You're in good hands

Rheumatology Soft Tissue Rheumatism
“Extremely clean, tidy and organised Hospital. Staff were all well dressed, well trained, very polite and calming. My post op visit was very reassuring, I have felt extremely well looked after, a first class experience.”Mrs C
“I was very pleased with everything at Baddow Hospital and I would be more than happy to return (if necessary) Thank you all so much”Mr G
“I have never been in an environment where I have left so comfortable and at ease prior to any treatment. All staff well and truly magnificent, cheerful and pleasant manner and a credit to your company.”Mr L
“ I had expected a 6-8 week wait with the NHS, I was booked in for my procedure within 2 weeks. Superb and excellent facilities, felt like being in a hotel.”Mrs E
“I was warmly greeted by lovely receptionists. The Waiting area was light and airy with todays Newspapers at hand with plenty of tea, coffee and water facilities.”Mrs K
“Very clean, friendly staff. Will not be going back to NHS, very impressed with the level of service and care.”Mrs J

Soft Tissue Rheumatism

Neck Pain

 

Pain and stiffness are the most common symptoms of neck problems. You may feel pain in the middle or on either side of you neck but it may also radiate to your shoulder or arm.

If neck pain continues, and especially if your sleep is disturbed, you may feel extremely tired or low. Problems with the neck can be associated with numbness of the hand if there is pressure on the nerve roots. For diagnosis and treatment, contact one of our Private GPs today.

Shoulder Pain

If you have persistent shoulder pain, you should see a GP as soon as possible, especially if you ‘re experiencing any of the following, which can be symptoms of more serious conditions:

  • Severe pain in both shoulders
  • Pain in hips and thighs
  • Feeling feverish or unwell.

Back Pain

You should see your GP, or one of the Private GPs at Baddow Hospital, if your back pain is very severe or lasts for a long period of time, affecting your everyday activities. Very rarely, back pain can indicate a more serious problem and you should see a doctor immediately if you have weakness in your legs, are unsteady on your feet, lose control of your bladder or bowel or have very severe ongoing pain which gets worse over several weeks.

Marked stiffness of the spine, particularly in the morning, can be a symptom of conditions such as ankylosing spondylitis.

Other soft tissue problems include:

  • Carpal tunnel
  • Tennis elbow
  • Achilles tendonitis
  • Trigger finger
  • Frozen shoulder.

 


If you have any questions or would like to book a consultation with one of our renowned consultants fill in the form below.

Your Name (required)

Your Phone Number (required)

Your Email (required)

Your Message

I would like to be contacted by phone

I would like to be contacted by email

How did you find out about us?