Dr George Ampat

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

I work as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Royal Liverpool University Hospitals and also consult privately at Southport, Liverpool, Manchester, and London. In addition, I teach at the School of Medicine, University of Liverpool.

My mission is to provide a quality orthopaedic and spinal opinion with minimal surgical intervention to promote wellness, to relieve suffering and to restore health as humanely as it can be done at the highest value for all concerned. After years of surgical practice, I now specialise in treating people with spine, feet and other musculoskeletal problems without surgical intervention if possible.

Though more than 95% of neck and back pain is not serious, the symptoms can worry you. I handle every case of back and neck pain or any other musculoskeletal issue with a detailed consultation and a thorough examination. Following that, and if needed, I will request investigations like MRI scans.

I help patients with the following medical complaints:

  • Sciatica
  • Back pain
  • Neck pain
  • Hip and knee arthritis (for older adults who would like to try non-surgical treatment)
  • Other musculoskeletal pain

The greatest gift I can give you is a professional opinion, kindness, love, respect, and help overcome your pain with the right exercise and lifestyle modifications. Hopefully, we can work together and avoid the need for surgical intervention.

When I give with joy, I seem to get back many times more than what I give!!

Dr Ampat operates a musculoskeletal clinic in Southport, Merseyside.

Private Consultations

I am available for private consultations, either online, at a clinic and even at your home. Here are 10 points that I endeavour to fulfil during your consultation:

  1. Making you feel at ease
  2. Letting you tell your “story”
  3. Really listening
  4. Being interested in you as a whole person
  5. Fully understanding your concerns
  6. Showing care and compassion
  7. Being positive
  8. Explaining things clearly
  9. Helping you to take control
  10. Making a plan of action with you

These are parts of the CARE (Consultation and Relational Empathy) protocol.

The consultation and relational empathy (CARE) measure: Development and preliminary validation and reliability of an empathy-based consultation process measure.

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