World Renowned Curative Private Groin Surgery
When the ultrasound scan confirms groin issues, what should you do next?
Have you been diagnosed with a groin problem which needs to be resolved quickly? If so, undergoing private groin surgery, carried out by an expert private groin surgeon, could be the best move you’ve made in a while.
Just one simple operation could get you pain free within weeks
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Maybe you’re an elite athlete who needs groin repair, but has to get back on the sports field as soon as possible. Perhaps the pain has become unbearable and you urgently need a private groin surgeon who can ease the discomfort, using the most effective techniques available.
It was with these problems in mind, that world renowned groin repair surgeon, Professor David Lloyd, developed The Lloyd Release Procedure, specifically designed to effectively treat groin problems in elite and non-elite athletes, who had pain arising from specific ligaments.
Groin pain affects many sportsmen and women – particularly those who compete in sports involving kicking, rapid acceleration and deceleration, and sudden changes of direction, such as rugby and football. Sportsman’s Groin, which is also referred to as sports hernia and Gilmore’s Groin, is one of the most frequent threats to an athletic career.
Book a consultation today and play sports again in 4 weeks
More than one thousand athletes (both men and women) from all kinds of sporting arenas, have now been treated, and benefited from The Lloyd Release Procedure in the following ways:
- 97% of athletes reported significant improvement with their pain
- 74% of athletes were match-fit at four weeks after surgery
- 73% reported complete absence of their symptoms
- 88% returned to full pain-free physical activity and sport
- 97% of patients returned to their sport or normal activity within 4 weeks
Ross Goodwin BSc (Hons) Head Physiotherapist
Gary Dicker had been suffering from bilateral groin pain since the start of 2020 with no resolve during lockdown. He was seen by Professor Lloyd exactly 2 weeks before the start of the season, was back training after 11 days and available for selection for the 1st game. Amazing that he’s been able to return to such an elite level that quickly post-op!
"Glenn was able to resume training and for the first time in two years, run and kick freely. The end result was his best season ever as Albion won League One and he scored 22 goals. Now it was the adulation of the Seagulls’ fans echoing around the ground."
Leicester City Football Club
"I am very grateful for Professor Lloyd for getting me back playing football so quickly."
``Undergoing surgery is a daunting prospect for most people. I am dedicated to providing my patients with the best possible care, and I believe that understanding the process is as vital to the service I deliver as the diagnosis and surgery itself.``Professor David LLoyd, MB, BS (Lond), FRCS (England), MD (Leics)
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Why you should consider private groin surgery…
- The operation will be explained to you in the first consultation
- Most patients are pain free within weeks
- Very quick and extremely safe, routine procedure using keyhole surgery, minimising the risk of scarring and considerably reducing postoperative pain.
- Dissolvable stitches allow you to return to normal activities within a few days after surgery, minimising disruption to your routine lifestyle.
Why you should consider a private surgical procedure over NHS
- No long waiting period from consultation to surgery. The waiting time can be as little as 2 weeks.
- Highly skilled, specialist anaesthetist on hand throughout the procedure to ensure full recovery post-op.
- World renowned and highly experienced specialist surgeon, Professor David Lloyd has undertaken more than 10,000 successful laparoscopic procedures.
- Comfortable, private recovery room with free Wi-Fi and satellite TV plus allocated named nurse to assist you. Excellent support, post-op and great aftercare service.
A fully qualified, world-renowned, pioneering groin surgeon. Creator of the Lloyd Release Procedure
The Lloyd Release Procedure is a method of groin repair, which involves releasing the tension in ligaments and allows recovery within a few weeks. It is conducted via keyhole surgery, performed under a full general anaesthetic. The whole procedure typically takes less than one hour.
Three tiny incisions are made in the abdomen at the level of the navel and a telescope (laparoscope) is inserted to allow the groin area to be explored.
Ligaments are assessed for tears and inflammation and divided, and the pectineal ligament and fascia are also carefully assessed and released if they are under tension.
Once all the ligaments are freed, the area is covered with a 12cm x 15cm synthetic mesh, as is done during routine laparoscopic hernia repair.
After laparoscopic surgery, athletes are encouraged to perform stretching exercises within 24 hours to regain mobility.
There is no restriction on activity after the release procedure and athletes can return to light training within days and try and resume normal training within a week. The goal should be that players return to their full sporting activities within two weeks.
Your consultation with Professor David Lloyd
What happens during a consultation? Professor Lloyd will ask you some relevant questions about your general health and your lifestyle. He’ll want to know if you are on any medication and whether you have any underlying or ongoing health issues. You may also be asked to take a blood test and provide a urine sample.
He’ll then explain the details of the procedure so you’ll know exactly what to expect when you arrive for your surgery. You will be given clear details about what to do and what not to do before your operation. You will also be provided with information that relates to your postoperative care such as, tending to your wounds and dealing effectively with any possible but very unlikely side-effects.
What to do now…
During your consultation, you will be able to ask any questions you want, so don’t be afraid to ask any question relating to your groin pain. It may be easier to make a note of any changes you’ve noticed in preparation for the consultation.