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  • Category Archives: Knee Surgery

    BMI The Duchy Hospital, Harrogate – Response to publication of CQC Report July 2017 Nick London, David Duffy and Mark Farndon (Foot & Ankle / Knee colleague) work at BMI The Duchy Hospital in Harrogate, Nuffield Health Leeds Hospital and Harrogate District Hospital. A recent Care Quality Commission (CQC) inspection of the Duchy Hospital (OctoberContinue Reading

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    Modern knee replacement surgery (in reality a resurfacing operation) has achieved phenomenal success in terms of restoring patients’ quality of life. If you suffer severe knee pain and are unable to continue enjoying normal activities, knee replacement/resurfacing can offer pain relief and a return to most activities. Partial knee resurfacing (replacement) offers even better resultsContinue Reading

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    Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s consultants specialise in diagnosing, managing and treating knee injuries, arthritis and other knee problems. We continually assess and reassess the latest developments in knee surgery, incorporating them into our work as they become clinically proven. We’re regularly involved, directly or indirectly, in new research. And we’re always happy to discuss the latestContinue Reading

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    As a simple rule of thumb, if changes in the way your knee looks or feels are starting to make you think twice about taking part in certain activities, it’s time to get your knee checked out. Everyone will occasionally feel the odd twinge after physical exertion. So how do you tell the difference betweenContinue Reading

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    Why ‘pushing through’ the pain may be the worst possible thing for your knee. More than most other health issues, our response to knee pain is frequently an odd one. Instead of resting or seeking the specialist advice of a knee consultant, knee pain is something that many of us feel obliged to ‘push through’Continue Reading

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    The MCL or ‘Medial Collateral Ligament’ is a strong ligament found on the inside of the knee. In a normal knee the ligament prevents abnormal side to side movement. The MCL is commonly injured during contact sports such as rugby or football. The classic injury is another playing making heavy contact to the knee whenContinue Reading

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    ME AND MY OPERATION: Tiny cushion in your knee that helps you avoid drastic surgery A new cartilage patch means patients with arthritis can avoid a total knee replacement. John Cronin, 65, an airline sales agent from East Preston, West Sussex, had the operation, as he tells CAROL DAVIS. THE PATIENT Because we live closeContinue Reading

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    Primary and Revision Knee Masterclass. Oslo, Norway. May 22-23, 2014 View programme for Primary and Revision Knee Masterclass

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    On Wednesday 27th April, Nick London performed his first Patient Specific Instrumention (Trumatch) Knee Replacement. This will now be offered to patients requiring a knee replacement. A feature on the Patient Specific Instrumention (Trumatch) Knee Replacement will appear on the Yorkshire Knee Clinic website in the next few weeks.

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    Stuart Calder took part in an evening education meeting at the Spire Hospital, Leeds, on 16th March 2011. This was a session for General Preactitioners, a refesher course on orthopaedic examination techniques. Stuart taught, not surprisingly, on the knee, using a very patient volunteer! It was a lively and useful session for all involved. InContinue Reading

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