Nick London looks at a new development in the world of ACL repair and asks whether paediatric ACL reconstruction should be performed by specialist knee surgeons or general paediatric surgeons.
Dave Duffy looks at an ongoing debate about who should treat your child’s knee injury in specific circumstances.
Some knee dislocations are rare, obvious and extremely serious. Others are far less serious but far more common.
When is it ‘just’ growing pains? And when could it be something more serious? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy explains the symptoms to look out for.
Why is your child at greater risk of an ACL injury today than they were 20 years ago? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s DaveDuffy explains.
Under 18 with a ligament injury? A longer layoff from sport now could protect your knee in the future. Knee surgeon Dave Duffy explains.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London explores the problems with the current state of ACL repair and the way it is targeted.
Why are more young Australians having ACL reconstructions? Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores a sporting trend we don’t want to follow.
Obesity may be a factor in childhood knee join pain, but is it the only issue? Dave Duffy, knee consultant with Yorkshire Knee Clinic, explains.
How can be sure your child’s limb pains are just growing pains? For expert diagnosis and treatment, call Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s knee specialists.