About The Elbow Unit

The Elbow Unit is formed of a specialist group of elbow Consultants, dedicated to the highest quality of care and treatment.

The Unit’s consultants are well known for helping pioneer the use of lasers and other innovations in treating the most delicate elbow features. Expert treatment is provided for tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, elbow fractures, cubital tunnel syndrome and elbow osteoarthritis.

Patients can be reassured that the Elbow Unit is part of St John and St Elizabeth Hospital, one of the UK’s leading private hospitals with an international reputation stretching back over 160 years. The unit is supported by state-of-the-art imaging technology and expert nursing care to ensure you receive the highest standards of patient care. The Hospital is renowned for its extremely high standards in all aspects of healthcare.

London's leading elbow unit

The Elbow Unit is comprised of world-class elbow Consultants dedicated to the diagnosis, treatment and research of injuries and musculoskeletal conditions affecting the elbow. Between them the unit’s consultants have performed countless procedures and they are trusted by many professional sports teams and athletes.

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital treats patients locally, nationally and internationally and has close links with many national and regional sporting organisations and performing arts companies.

We provide consultations, specialist imaging, physiotherapy and state of the art surgical facilities under one roof in a clean and pleasant environment that is fully equipped to surgically manage all types of elbow disorders including:

  • Tennis elbow
  • Golfer’s elbow
  • Elbow osteoarthritis
  • Elbow fractures
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome

Our elbow Consultants

The Elbow Unit at St John & St Elizabeth Hospital offers patients state of the art facilities and a vast network of Consultants covering all specialties.

Our charity

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital is a charity, which means that every time you come here for a treatment, you are helping someone less fortunate than yourself.

Our aim is to care for the sick, whilst using the profits we make to fund our on-site hospice and clinics. We aim to make sure patients receive the support and treatment they need in an environment that is safe and secure, offering the very highest standards of care to all who seek it.

As a charity, we must operate on a not-for-profit basis and our assets are used for charitable purposes.


Whether you’re looking for clinical, corporate or operational roles, take the next step in your career at St John & St Elizabeth Hospital.

We pride ourselves on the close-knit community we have at the Hospital, and the development and happiness of our staff. Join a feel-good environment that provides you with opportunities to develop your expertise.

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The latest news, insights and views from St John and Elizabeth Hospital.

Find out what we’re doing to keep you safe, read expert articles and interviews with our leading specialist Consultants, learn more about common conditions and get your questions answered.

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