Led by a team of specialists and many with expertise in orthopaedic subspecialty such as knee, hand, hip, spine and ankle, our specialists treat conditions including trauma, sports injuries, fracture, joint dislocation, osteoarthritis, degeneration of the joint as well as injuries of the joint, tendon and ligament.
Consultations can be held at the Matilda Medical Centre in Central or the Outpatient Department of the Hospital at the Peak.
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Many of the orthopeadic conditions are managed by conservative treatments such as medications and physiotherapy. If the pain and inflammation are not controlled well with oral drugs and physiotherapy, the specialist may suggest a local steroid injection or surgical options. With advanced treatment, the average length of hospital stays is much shortened nowadays.
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Specialists help patients who suffer from joint degeneration and sports injuries to return to participation in sports and daily activities. We are one of the first hospitals in Hong Kong to perform the total meniscus cartilage replacement procedure and many other novel procedures have been introduced at Matilda. Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) and meniscus are routinely performed at the hospital. Knee replacements, Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstructions and meniscus repairs are routinely performed at the hospital.
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Our knee procedures include
Recent years have seen significant progress in spine surgery with a new emphasis on minimally invasive procedures. Matilda applies fine microscopic instrumentation, and techniques with advanced intra-operative 3D imaging and navigation for precision.
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Spinal procedures available at Matilda
An increasing number of injuries to weight-bearing ankle and foot joints are being successfully diagnosed, treated and relieved with advanced minimally invasive procedures.
The surgical team aims to help patients to restore the function of the foot and ankle, so as to remain active with improved movement.
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Our procedures comprise
Many young adults with arthritis of the hips can return to activities they enjoy with the help of Matilda’s orthopaedic team. With access to the latest equipment and techniques, a wide range of hip operations are routinely performed at Matilda.
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Hip procedures available at Matilda
Matilda was the location of the first reverse shoulder replacement surgery ever performed in a Hong Kong private hospital. This milestone reflects the level of skills available to patients and the orthopaedic team’s dedication to advancing surgical knowledge.
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Shoulder procedures at Matilda include
Hand and arm strength and dexterity depends on the complex interplay of delicate ligaments, tendons, muscles, joints and bones. A hand or arm injury can make life a real challenge. Our surgical team couples long experience with sophisticated techniques and procedures to help restore the range of movement while reducing the impact of issues affecting the area from fingertip to elbow.
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At Matilda hand, wrist and elbow surgeries comprise
Pain is a complex mixture of signals from the body and interpretation by the brain. It cannot be seen or measured, but we all know it exists. Chronic pain – lasting for three or more months – is especially distressing. Matilda pain specialists deeply understand pain and how it affects quality of life. They work closely with patients to identify causes and provide relief.
Pain procedures at Matilda include
Children’s orthopaedics encompass a huge group of disorders from birth to adolescence, such as torticollis, developmental dysplasia of hip, club foot, flatfoot, hand problems, gait abnormalities and limb deformities, neuromuscular conditions and fractures. We strive to provide less traumatic, more precise and predictable solutions for the problems unique to growing children.
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Related procedures performed in the hospital include
Our physiotherapists work closely with orthopaedic surgoens to optimise post-surgery rehabilitation programmes druing and/or after the hospital stay. Physiotherapists gudie patients in retraining muscles, re-stabilighing joint motion and function, improving balance, and ultimately helping to achieve a faster recovery.
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Paediatric orthopaedics - Perthes Disease
Hip sub-specialty – Birmingham Hip Resurfacing
Physiotherapy – Improved range of motion