Hugh Blackley - Orthopaedic Arthritis & Joint Reconstructive Surgeon
Private Service, Orthopaedics
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
- Arthroscopic Surgery
- Birmingham Hip Resurfacing
- Complex / Difficult Joint Replacement
- Complex Revision Joint Replacement
- Computer Navigation Surgery
- Foot and Ankle Surgery
- Hip Resurfacing Surgery
- Hip and Knee Surgery
- Hip and Knee Joint Replacement
- Infected Joint Replacements
- Joint Replacement in Young Patient
- Lower Limb Surgery
- Minimally Invasive Surgery for Hip, Knee Joint Replacement
- Revision Joint Replacement including Major Bone Allograft Surgery
- Surgical Opinions and Evaluations
- Surgical Treatment of Arthritis
- Treatment of Sports Injuries to the Hip, Knee, Foot and Ankle.
Adult / Pakeke, Older adult / Kaumātua
How do I access this service?
Contact us, Referral
You are welcome to bring a friend or family member to your consultation if you wish.
During the first part of the consultation I will ask about your symptoms and how they affect your life. I will take a detailed history of your condition, conduct a physical examination and review any test results, x-rays or medical reports.
I will explain your condition and discuss your health outcome goals. I will then present some treatment options and help you decide on the best course of action. When we have agreed on a treatment approach I will provide an outline of what to expect along the way.
You will be given printed information for later reference and I encourage you to ask questions and take notes if you wish.
Please bring to your appointment:
- Any letters or reports from your doctor or hospital
- Any X-Rays, CT or MRI films and reports
- All medicines you are currently taking including herbal and natural remedies
- Your ACC number if appropriate.
Hugh Blackey is a Southern Cross Affiliated Provider for :
- Joint injection
- Hemi-knee replacement
- Primary total hip joint replacement - unilateral
- Primary total knee joint replacement - unilateral
9:00 AM to 5:00 PM.
|Mon – Fri||9:00 AM – 5:00 PM|
Procedures / Treatments
Otherwise known as degenerative arthritis, osteoarthritis occurs when there is a breakdown of the cartilage, leaving the bones unprotected. It is very common and usually affects people as they get older.… More
Joint Replacement - Hip & Knee
For elderly patients joint replacement surgery is commonly required to replace joints that have been worn out by arthritis.… More
Arthroscopy (keyhole surgery) - Knee & Ankle
Often orthopaedic procedures on joints can be performed using arthroscopy, where a fibre optic telescope (arthroscope) is used to look inside the joint.… More
Soft Tissue Surgery (muscles, tendons and ligaments)
Tendons can be lengthened to improve the muscle balance around a joint or they can be transferred to give overall better joint function.… More
Orthopaedic deformities can be congenital or acquired as the result of injury, infection or tumour.… More
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This page was last updated at 9:05AM on September 3, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Hugh Blackley - Orthopaedic Arthritis & Joint Reconstructive Surgeon.