Back and neck
injury treatment

Back and neck
injury treatment

Back and neck injuries can affect anyone, at any age, and can cause severe pain and impact your everyday life.

What causes these injuries?

Back or neck pain and injury can be caused by heavy lifting, sports, or your posture.

How can these injuries impact you?

Back or neck injuries can include:

  • An ache in the lower back that becomes more intense upon movement.
  • Pain that radiates down into the buttock, thigh or lower leg.
  • Increased pain through sudden movement or from standing or sitting for long periods.
  • Numbness or tingling sensations.
  • Paralysis and loss of movement.

And, they can prevent you from carrying out physical work or participating in sports. 

How can these injuries be treated?

If you feel that you’re affected by an injury, you should have an initial, thorough consultation and assessment which will determine the treatment you require. The priority is to obtain a clear diagnosis so that the best treatment options can be offered.

How Wimbledon Clinics can help with back or neck injuries?

We can provide you with a full range of services to diagnose and treat back or neck injuries – we have access to the most technologically advanced medical devices available, as well as MRI, CT and ultrasound scanning facilities.

In some cases, you may only need a combination of rest, stretching and strengthening exercises, and we can also prescribe painkilling and anti-inflammatory treatments. However, if your condition is more complex, physiotherapy, medical treatment or surgery may be required. 

To discover how we can help you find the treatment that is best suited to your condition, contact us today by calling 020 3962 1738, email [email protected] or fill in the form on this page.

Meet the Spine Group

At Wimbledon Clinics we have a dedicated, expert Spine Group consisting of a team of clinical surgeons that specialise in specific areas, as well as non-operative specialists, physiotherapists, pain specialists, psychologists and orthotists.

We focus on what the patient wants to achieve, aiming to avoid surgery where possible by exploring non-operative treatments first, enabling patients to get back to what they enjoy doing the most.

We are constantly developing our treatment methods, using the latest spinal surgical techniques and technology to ensure you are given the best medical care available, in the safest and most efficient way. 

Our Spine Group includes:


Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon 

Treats a wide range of spinal diseases and back injuries – from simple disc problems to complex cancer and scoliosis surgeries. Has extensive expertise in the revolutionary scoliosis treatment, Vertebral Body Tethering (VBT).

Specialist in: fractures, paediatric spine deformity and  scoliosis, and myeloma.


Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

Practice includes all aspects of spinal surgery, including surgery for cervical, thoracic, lumbar and sacral pathology. Also highly skilled in performing complex spinal trauma and tumour stabilisation.

Specialist in: adult and paediatric spine deformity and scoliosis, metastatic spine cancer and revision spine surgery.


Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

Specialises in complex spinal surgery including failed back syndrome, scoliosis and kyphosis surgery. Treats spinal tumours, metastases of the spine and offers balloon kyphoplasty. Experienced in minimally invasive surgery.

Specialist in: complex adult spine deformity and scoliosis, minimally invasive anterior spinal surgery, revision surgery and myeloma.