The Benefits of Private Care
How much control can you have over your orthopaedic treatment? The short answer is more than you think.
Here are a few of the reasons more & more people are choosing Medbelle for their orthopaedic surgery:
The most common reason people choose to have their treatment within a private setting is to cut the waiting lists associated with the NHS. In Private healthcare, waiting lists are dramatically reduced. People have much faster access to diagnostic tests and treatments that could take weeks or months through traditional waiting lists.
Your personal Patient Care Adviser will guide you through every step of your treatment journey. We know that your treatment journey can feel overwhelming, so your PCA will take care of everything from booking your appointments to organising your treatment, so you can focus on what’s important to you. They will be right by your side from start to finish, so you feel supported, listened to, and cared for.
Private hospitals favour leading-edge technologies and treatments, and different sites are often specialised in only a handful of treatments. These facilities regularly update their equipment in line with new advances in medical research, meaning you will have access to technology and equipment at the forefront of medical practices.
Consistent & High-Quality Care
The use of modern and leading-edge technology means a safer procedure with the highest quality - we won’t settle for anything less than perfect for your surgery. From your first consultation right through to your procedure and recovery, you’ll be cared for by the same consultant surgeon. These surgeons know the ins and outs of your procedure, and their specialised teams will support you every step of the way.
Comfort & Privacy
When it comes to recovery from any surgery, comfort is key.
One of the biggest differences we’ve found between the NHS and Private healthcare is the treatment and recovery environments. While the NHS is housed in a more traditional hospital setting, private healthcare boasts a more modern feel and are often run to a higher standard than the average NHS hospital.
With private rooms, en-suite facilities and less ‘hospital’ styled decor, some Private hospitals can seem a little more like a hotel and less like a hospital. More often than not, you’ll have your own private room with a TV and menu options, where your friends and family can freely come to check up on you at any time of the day. This isn’t to say that Private facilities don’t have all the medical equipment you’ll need to make a fast recovery. It’s just a recovery with home-like comforts and a little more style.
More Choice & Flexibility
At the end of the day, this process needs to be the best for you. Unlike the NHS, choosing the private route will shorten the wait time for a consultation (often drastically) and allow you to be more selective with your surgery dates and the surgeon themselves. You can have more control over your experience so when it comes to procedure day.
All in all, you can take more control over your own healthcare - even when it feels like a big deal. The benefits of going private mean that you immediately have more choice and control over your procedure. From the flexibility of consultation and surgery times to the most up to date technology, you will be supported every step of the way from the privacy and comfort of your own home.
Our Orthopaedic Treatment Guides
Prehabilitation Advice for Knee Replacement Surgery
Your need for a total knee replacement means that you have probably been experiencing knee pain and instability for some time. You may also have been struggling to walk for any distance due to the pain and weakness in your leg.
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Prehabilitation Advice for Knee Arthroscopy
Your need for an arthroscopic procedure on your knee may be due to a sudden injury or a gradual decline due to pain and muscle weakness from early arthritis in the knee joint. Whichever the reason, it is important to prepare well for your surgery by keeping your knee as strong as possible.
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Prehabilitation for Total Hip Replacement Surgery
A hip replacement is a surgical procedure used to treat hip pain usually caused by the gradual wearing of a joint or osteoarthritis. The goal is to replace the damaged hip joint with a prosthetic (artificial) ball and socket joint to ease your pain and regain your mobility. Your consultant, after initial assessment and diagnostic tests, will recommend the best option for you.
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Prehabilitation for ACL Reconstruction and Meniscus Repair
The goal of this surgery is to stabilise your knee, relieve pain and enable a return to a much higher level of physical activity than possible without the surgery. If you prepare well for the surgery, you can significantly improve your recovery and achieve a better outcome. You will also reduce the possibility of complications and return to activities more quickly.
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