Partial Knee Replacement Gives Better Results than Full Replacement Leave a reply Knee and hip replacements are some of the most common orthopaedic surgeries performed and can transform the lives of those who have them, replacing chronic pain and disability with flexibility and allowing their recipients to enjoy life again. Around half of all knee surgeries are done for patients who are younger than 65 to remedy… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Replacement on July 2, 2015 by admin. More Young People are Having Hip Replacements Leave a reply Hip replacements are traditionally thought of as being for older people, but it isn’t just pensioners who have the surgery. More and more younger people are having the surgery as they experience joint problems earlier in life. In the 45-54 age group, there has been a 200 percent increase in the last decade alone. This… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Hip Replacement on June 30, 2015 by admin. Causes of Cruciate Knee Ligament Injuries Leave a reply The cruciate ligaments are two of the main ligaments in your knee. They lie across the joint, connecting the bones in your hip and lower leg, and they work with the muscles and other ligaments to keep the joint stable. If one of your cruciate ligaments is torn through, it can leave you with a… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Ligament Surgery on May 27, 2015 by admin. What Happens During Knee Ligament Surgery? Leave a reply Ligaments are tough bands of fibrous tissue that connect the bones in your joints to each other. In your knee joint, they connect your hip bone with the bones in your lower leg, and they play an important part in keeping the joint stable. Although they are flexible enough to bend as your knee moves,… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Ligament Surgery on May 22, 2015 by admin. The Benefits of a Ceramic Hip Replacement Leave a reply Hip replacements are one of the most common implant procedures in orthopaedics, and they have a very high rate of success. However, just because something works well doesn’t mean that we can’t find ways of improving it, and one of the ways we have done this is by developing new materials for hip replacements. Hip… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Hip Replacement on April 22, 2015 by admin. Why Partial Knee Replacement is Safer for You Leave a reply If you have knee joint pain and stiffness, a popping or grinding when you move your knee, a bowed appearance to your knee or it has started to hurt when you descend the stairs, it is probably time to talk to your doctor as you may have knee osteoarthritis.When normal self-help measures such as anti-inflammatories,… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Replacement on March 24, 2015 by admin. Before and After Knee Ligament Surgery in London Leave a reply Having a torn ACL can be uncomfortable and very inconvenient. Sometimes, an injured knee will heal itself so well that with a little time you can barely tell the difference, particularly if you don’t lead a very sporty or active life. However, some of us continue to suffer from instability and a loss of motion… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Ligament Surgery on February 20, 2015 by admin. Knee Replacement Surgery & Treatment in London Leave a reply If you have arthritis of your knee, a knee injury or another illness that can cause joint pain and result in severe pain and swelling and a loss of your range of movement you may be interested in knee replacement surgery. Knee replacement surgery may be recommended if you have daily pain that is interfering… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in Knee Replacement on January 16, 2015 by admin. Cruciate Knee Ligament Surgery in London Leave a reply If you are a suitable candidate for surgery to repair an anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) tear, it is essential that you prepare fully for your ACL reconstruction. This not only means attending a pre-assessment clinic with your specialist in London, but also attending physiotherapy prior to your surgical procedure. Physiotherapy before ACL reconstruction is recommended… Continue reading »

This entry was posted in ACL Reconstruction Surgery on December 18, 2014 by admin. ACL Reconstruction Surgery in London Leave a reply If you tear your anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) you soon know about it, as this common sporting injury, associated with football, rugby, racquet sports and skiing, leaves you with significant knee pain, swelling, instability and reduced range of movement. Although ACL surgery is not inevitable, if you are young, lead an active lifestyle, have a… Continue reading »

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