As a full-time orthopaedic surgeon at Mediclinic Cape Town, Doctor Jason Crane offers advanced orthopaedic care in a state-of-the-art medical facility on the slopes of Table Mountain.
He takes a personal approach to your orthopaedic condition and only considers surgical management once conservative avenues have been fully explored.
Doctor Crane is an experienced surgeon with a special interest in foot and ankle conditions, correction of limb deformities, sports injuries, arthritis and joint replacements. As well as utilizing minimally invasive and arthroscopic surgical techniques, his patients will benefit from the latest international orthopaedic advances and equipment.
In addition to all procedures and options being discussed in detail prior to your operation, Doctor Crane is available 24 hours a day for his post-operative patients.
If you are a new patient you can download and complete the Patient Details Sheet before your first appointment with Dr. Crane.
Dr Jason Crane takes pride in his work and has very successful treatment outcomes. He has become one of the leading orthopaedic surgeons in Cape Town.
Surgical procedures are individualized and details of the operation will be explained to you in depth as well as the expected outcome, recovery time and rehabilitation program.
Dear Dr Crane,
Firstly, my sincere apologies that this email is overdue. I cannot express how grateful I am for your generosity. It is rare that someone that is so incredibly kind and giving. I was completely overwhelmed and if I am to be honest, did have a little cry at how unexpectedly kind you were. I cannot do anything in return for you, other than to recommend you to other people.
The only way I can show my appreciation is to name a puppy after you at the shelter. It may seem odd, but it will remind me of your kindness every time I see "Jason" going for a walk or finally going to his forever home. I hope that you will see this as something genuine.
Once again, my apologies in being so slow to thank you. I cannot ever thank you enough.