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With 25 years of experience in the field, Mr Trevor Lawrence has helped thousands of patients overcome hip and knee pain and regain their quality of life.

Why choose Mr Lawrence's Clinic?

Whether you're struggling with daily tasks due to arthritis, sports injuries, or chronic pain, Mr Lawrence and his team of highly experienced medical professionals and dedicated care providers are here to guide you every step, from diagnosis to operation to recovery.

The National Joint Registry (NJR) data confirms that Mr Lawrence performs over three times the UK National Average of primary hip replacements annually, demonstrating his extensive expertise and highly successful surgical practice.

Mr Lawrence's meticulous approach and commitment to state-of-the-art technology translate to a remarkably low repeat surgery rate due to implant failure - only 1/3 of the national average. This signifies the longevity and success of his procedures.


Mr Lawrence understands that every patient is unique. He takes the time to listen to your concerns, tailor treatment plans to your needs, and provide comprehensive support throughout your journey to regaining mobility.

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Helping you regain your active lifestyle.


Advanced hip replacement surgery techniques for treating arthritis, fractures and other hip conditions - - - Hip surgery is a broad term that encompasses various procedures to address different hip problems. Here are some of the most common issues that might necessitate hip surgery: 1. Osteoarthritis: This is the most common reason for hip surgery, affecting millions of people worldwide. It's a degenerative joint disease that causes cartilage breakdown in the hip joint, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. 2. Rheumatoid arthritis: This autoimmune disease can attack the hip joint, causing inflammation, pain, and damage to the cartilage and bone. In severe cases, hip replacement surgery may be necessary. 3. Hip fractures: These are often caused by falls or accidents, especially in older adults. Depending on the severity and location of the fracture, surgery may be required to repair or replace the hip joint. 4. Avascular necrosis (AVN): This condition occurs when the blood supply to the hip bone is disrupted, leading to bone death and eventual joint collapse. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to prevent the need for surgery. 5. Hip impingement: This occurs when the bones of the hip joint rub against each other abnormally, causing pain and limited range of motion. In some cases, arthroscopic surgery can be performed to trim the bone and create more space in the joint. 6. Labral tears: The labrum is a soft ring of cartilage that lines the hip socket. Tears in this labrum can cause pain, clicking, and catching sensations in the hip. Surgery may be recommended to repair or remove the torn labrum. 7. Septic arthritis: This is a potentially life-threatening infection of the hip joint. It requires immediate medical attention and often involves surgery to drain the joint and remove infected tissue. 8. Tumors: Tumors in or around the hip joint can be benign or malignant. Depending on the type and location of the tumor, surgery may be necessary to remove it or replace the hip joint. It's important to note that this is not an exhaustive list. The appropriate treatment can be only after a consolation to determine the underlying causes and discuss potential treatment options, including joint replacement surgery.


Treating a range of issues from minor ligament tears to severe damage requiring joint replacement - - - There are numerous knee issues that might call for surgery, ranging from minor tears and sprains to severe damage requiring joint replacement. Here's a breakdown of some common reasons why someone might need knee surgery: 1. Meniscus tears: The menisci are two C-shaped pieces of cartilage that cushion and stabilise the knee joint. Tears can occur due to sudden twisting motions, sports injuries, or age-related wear and tear. Symptoms include pain, swelling, locking of the knee, and difficulty bending it. 2. Ligament tears: The knee has four main ligaments that provide stability. The most commonly torn ligaments are the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL), the posterior cruciate ligament (PCL), the medial collateral ligament (MCL), and the lateral collateral ligament (LCL). Tears can happen due to sports injuries, car accidents, or falls. Symptoms include pain, swelling, instability, and difficulty putting weight on the knee. 3. Osteoarthritis: This is the most common type of arthritis, causing the cartilage in the knee joint to wear down over time. This can lead to pain, stiffness, swelling, and difficulty moving the knee. In severe cases, surgery like joint replacement may be necessary. 4. Patellar Tendinitis (Jumper's Knee): This is an inflammation of the tendon that connects the kneecap (patella) to the shinbone. It's common in athletes who jump frequently, such as basketball players. Symptoms include pain below the kneecap, especially when jumping or running. 5. Baker's cyst: This is a fluid-filled sac that forms behind the knee joint, often caused by arthritis or other inflammatory conditions. It can cause pain, swelling, and tightness in the back of the knee. Surgery may be needed to remove the cyst if it's causing significant discomfort. Remember, this isn't an exhaustive list, and it's crucial to consult a doctor for proper diagnosis and treatment recommendations. If you're experiencing any knee pain or limitations, don't hesitate to seek professional medical advice.


Repairing a failed joint implant. In essence, a redo of the initial hip replacement surgery, performed when the original implant isn't functioning properly anymore.

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About Trevor Lawrence Hip & Knee Clinic

Mr Trevor Lawrence is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in Birmingham in the West Midlands, UK. He specialises in hip and knee procedures, including hip, knee and revision hip replacements. Mr Lawrence practices privately at Spire Parkway Hospital and Spire Little Aston Hospital alongside his lead consultant work for University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB). 

Mr Lawrence's philosophy is simple: personalised care with exceptional outcomes. He believes in understanding each patient's unique needs and goals and tailoring treatment plans that perfectly align with their aspirations. His meticulous approach and use of state-of-the-art technology translate to a remarkably low repeat surgery rate due to implant failure, a testament to his dedication to long-lasting results.

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British Hip Society

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What Mr Lawrence's patient say?

 "Absolutely excellent, but came highly recommended anyway, so expected nothing less." 

Patient testimonials left at the anonimous feedback portal at Spire Parkway Hospital, Solihull, UK.

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Mr Trevor Lawrence's profile on PHIN - the Private Healthcare Information Network, the independent, government-mandated organisation publishing performance and fees information about private consultants and hospitals.

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