Our specialist team of consultant surgeons works with radiologists, nurses and other experienced health professionals to offer the best possible assessment of Gilmore’s Groin and herniae in the shortest possible time all on one site.
“I had my operation on December 27, which left me with just five weeks to recover full fitness for the first game of the Under 19 World Cup. From the first consultation and throughout the recovery process the guidelines for rehabiliation were clear and simple to follow, and I was fully fit for the first game of the tournament... To date, I have had no more issues with the condition and am reaping the rewards in my winter training.”
Steve Finn – Middx and England – All Out Cricket May 2009
"My experience of groin disruption surgery suggests that you have a far better chance of avoiding repeat surgery if you have the initial surgery at The Gilmore Groin and Hernia Clinic. My previous surgeon despite being recommended by my insurer misdiagnosed my condition, undertook the wrong repair and provided no post-operative rehabilitation plan. My recovery from surgery at The Gilmore Groin and Hernia Clinic has been considerably less restrictive and less painful than after the first operation. I would not hesitate to recommend The Gilmore Groin and Hernia Clinic as you will see the proper specialist treatment and specific rehabilitation advice".
Gilmore’s Groin Patient
"Just wanted to update you on my progress following my bilateral groin reconstruction with mesh removal from the right side after my previous repair elsewhere. The right side feels much better minus the mesh Very happy with the standard of care received at 108 Harley Street and the Weymouth Hospital Thank you".
A Gilmore’s Groin patient who had received a mesh repair at another centre.
I am a keen, mid-level club runner and have run for the past 30+ years. Unfortunately, a few years ago I developed a debilitating pain in my inner thigh and in spite of trying every form of treatment (extensive physiotherapy, acupuncture and cortisone) it got progressively worse. Finally I had to give up running. However, as a last resort I was referred to Simon Marsh who suggested that I consider undergoing surgery for ‘Gilmore’s groin’. What I particularly liked about his approach was his honest assessment. He said that there was a 60% chance of full recovery, which he increased to 80% after the operation. I did all the recommended exercises, both before and after the operation and 12 weeks later I ran the very hilly 2 Oceans Half Marathon in Cape Town. I am currently training for the Richmond Half Marathon.
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