Aberdeen Orthopaedics is a collective of local specialist orthopaedic consultants with years of experience. They have joined together to ensure they are bringing Scotland the very best in modern orthopaedic care. Their three core values: expertise, knowledge and empathy are the backbones of their practice ensuring they provide worth class service to patients. In order to do this, the specialists use the most up to date procedures and diagnostic equipment to perform surgical and non-surgical treatments. Aberdeen Orthopaedics diagnose and treat all orthopaedic and musculoskeletal conditions.
Aberdeen Orthopaedics expertise covers all areas of musculoskeletal injury & disease, including spinal, hand, shoulder and lower limb conditions. In addition, they can offer Total Knee Replacement and Total Hip Replacement using the latest techniques, such as Custom-Fit Conformis joints or Stryker MAKO Robotic surgery. Furthermore, they can assist with the arrangement of specialist investigations and treatments, including MRI scans, DEXA scanning and shockwave therapy.
The collaboration of surgeons means the group is vastly experienced across all orthopaedic procedures and treatments. They are able to utilise the skills and expertise of each and every consultant to ensure the patient is receiving the best care, rather than having to refer to another surgeon out of house and wait for availability, the group can discuss together to ultimately decide upon the most effective treatment option.
How we work together
Medbelle and Aberdeen Orthopaedics work side by side providing patients with the very best in orthopaedic care. The patients benefit from receiving a personal Patient Care Adviser who will guide and support them throughout their treatment and Aberdeen Orthopaedics can confidently know the patient experience is improved for all their referrals.
Once referred to Medbelle all patients receive continuous support from their adviser, clear and simple payment options and one point of contact for all appointments. Medbelle is here to remove the stress and uncertainty from orthopaedic care and make sure the patient understands their next steps.