London Spine Clinic launched in 1997, the first private specialist spinal unit to be established in England. A multidisciplinary centre of excellent, it brings together a team to investigate, diagnose and treat spinal conditions and related problems. Our approach is to listen to our patients so that we can provide holistic care and treatment that fits their needs.
As of September 2021, we became part of The London Clinic, the UK’s largest independent charitable hospital. With a focus on providing the very best healthcare outcomes, The London Clinic is an ideal partner and one that will allow London Spine Clinic to continue offering the high quality care our patients have come to expect.
As well as our Harley Street hub, the team now also run clinics at :-
The Princess Grace Hospital, London Bridge Hospital, The Phoenix Hospital Chelmsford, Reading, Kent and Exeter
To find our clinics click here
Want to be seen within 24 hours*?
Call us now on 020 7616 7720 and select option 1
*Appointments available Monday - Friday 8am - 7pm. Other appointments available on request.
What we can do for you
(multi-disciplinary team meetings)
The Spine Gym
The clinical team at the London Spine Clinic hold regular multi-disciplinary team meetings (MDTs) where clinical cases are discussed in detail and together we arrange the bespoke management plan for the individual patient. We have over 20 years experience of these meetings - we can usually find a solution. To come to a meeting as a referring doctor, therapist or other clinician, click here.
To strengthen your core muscles, to support the lower back, look at the new Spine Gym. A simple, transportable and easy to use device which helps you to avoid injuring the back, or recover from a back injury, in a safe way, in your own home. The Spine Gym is gentle enough to use even after surgery.
For more information or to buy a Spine Gym,
Many people are affected by poor circulation of blood to the legs. This can cause pain and lead to difficulties walking and, when severe, can lead to permanent damage. The team at the London Spine Clinic use two treatments which can sometimes help, even when amputation is pending: