Comprehensive sarcoma treatment at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital – one of only five designated centres for bone and soft tissue cancers in the country.

At RNOH Private Care, our commitment to sarcoma care is rooted in expertise, innovation, and compassion. Sarcomas are rare cancers that affect the bones, muscles, and connective tissues, requiring specialised attention for accurate diagnosis and effective treatment.

The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital is one of only five designated centres in the country which specialises in the care and treatment of patients who suffer from bone and soft tissue cancers. Treatment includes bespoke endo-prostheses, bone transportation and bone grafting.

Our team of surgeons work with a team of oncologists and other specialists including the on-site Biomedical Engineering Unit, in providing a specially tailored package of care for each patient including surgical investigation, radiotherapy and chemotherapy.

Key features of our sarcoma care

01Multidisciplinary approach

Our sarcoma care involves a collaborative team of orthopaedic surgeons, oncologists, radiologists, and pathologists. This multidisciplinary approach ensures comprehensive evaluation and personalised treatment plans.

02Advanced diagnostic capabilities

We utilise state-of-the-art imaging and diagnostic techniques to precisely identify and characterise sarcomas. This includes MRI scans, CT scans, and biopsies, providing a foundation for tailored treatment strategies.

03Individual treatment plans

Recognising the unique nature of each sarcoma case, our specialist team carefully build individualised treatment plans. This may involve surgery, chemotherapy, radiation therapy, or a combination, depending on the type, location, and stage of the sarcoma.

04Surgical expertise

Our orthopaedic surgeons specialise in sarcoma surgeries, aiming for complete tumor removal while preserving function whenever possible. We prioritise limb-sparing surgeries and reconstruction to enhance the patient’s quality of life.

05Rehabilitation and Supportive Care

Rehabilitation is an integral part of our sarcoma care, focusing on restoring function and optimising recovery post-surgery or during other treatments. Our support extends beyond medical interventions to address the holistic wellbeing of our patients.

06Cutting-edge research and clinical trials

Engaging in ongoing research and clinical trials, the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital remains at the forefront of sarcoma treatment developments. This ensures our patients have access to the latest advancements in the field.

07Emphasis on patient education

We prioritise patient education, keeping individuals and their families informed about the diagnosis, treatment options, and expected outcomes. Clear communication empowers patients to actively participate in their care journey.

08Holistic Care environment

Our hospital provides a supportive and compassionate environment for individuals facing sarcoma. From diagnosis through treatment and recovery, we prioritise the physical and emotional wellbeing of our patients.

At Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, we stand as a beacon of excellence in sarcoma care, committed to offering the highest standard of personalised treatment. Our goal is to provide hope, healing, and a path towards a brighter, cancer-free future for our patients.

"Emily was born with Erb’s Palsy - a condition that meant she couldn’t use her left arm. She needed an operation. Our daughter was so well looked after – we can’t fault the service or staff"

Parents of Emily Erb’s Palsy

"I’m glad I won’t have to wear this brace anymore and I look forward to doing all the things I did before like trampolining and horse-riding. The care I've had at RNOH has been amazing, I’d like to thank all the doctors and nurses and the robot!"

Emma Scoliosis surgery using Mazor X Stealth Robot

"The staff at the hospital were all very helpful and cheerful. They were considerate of my situation and made me feel welcome and comfortable. I am so pleased that I chose to have my surgery there."

International patient, 29 Kuwait

Further information

Your path to accessing our services starts with a simple step – contacting us. We are here to assist you throughout your journey, making your treatment a seamless and successful one.

Our treatments include:

  • Excision of soft tissue lesion
  • Excision of soft tissue lesion from the upper limb
  • Excision of bone lesion

If you smoke, your surgeon may refuse to operate unless you can refrain from smoking before and during the healing phase of your procedure. Research has proven that smoking delays bone healing significantly.

Talk to us

New patient & referrals
+44 (0)20 8909 5114


All other enquiries
+44 (0)20 3947 0049