When a child is ill or in pain, it can be incredibly distressing and also worrying for their parents and families. We hope to be able to provide the answers that will help your child.

What can we do to help?

While many people often think orthopaedics will involve surgery, this is not necessarily the case. We offer surgical and non-surgical treatment for the children we treat, and surgery is recommended only where it is necessary or clearly the best option. In most cases, surgery is not needed.

We first meet in a consultation as this enables us to get information and understand what symptoms your child has been experiencing. We treat a wide range of conditions and symptoms and you can see these in more detail below.

Answering your questions

Below are some common questions we get asked that we have provided answers to to try to help reassure you or provide information that may be useful.  If you have a question not on the list below, please do get in touch and we would be happy to answer it.

What our patients say

"Mr Crompton fixed my broken leg and now I can play football again! Thanks Mr crompton"

Jack - aged 7

Where we work

We are based at The Royal Alexandra Children’s Hospital in Brighton and also see children at The Portland hospital, London and 4 Harley Street, London. We offer a range of clinics, so can see your child at a time that is convenient for you.

The Royal Alexandra Children's Hospital


Eastern Road


Brighton


BN2 5BE

The Portland Hospital


2nd floor, 215 Great Portland Street


London


W1W 5AH

4 Harley Street


London


W1G 9PB