Before and after your knee operation, do you need to self-isolate? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains the current situation.
You need a knee operation. You’re planning to take the private healthcare route. But with all that’s happening right now, should you act now or wait?
Right now, the NHS in parts of Yorkshire is making some in-roads into the mighty backlog of elective procedures such as knee replacements.
If you need a knee operation on the NHS in Yorkshire right now, is it likely to happen? Jim Newman, Lead Surgeon for Elective Orthopaedic Surgery at Mid Yorks NHS Trust, explains the current situation.
As private hospitals look set to continue helping to reduce NHS backlogs, is private knee surgery worth the cost? Discover why Jim Newman says yes.
Face to face consultations with Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s knee specialists are now available again. Find out how to book.
Revisit Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s webinar for clinicians supporting patients with knee pain as we emerge from lockdown.
Knee surgery post-Covid-19 – how long could you expect to wait? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman shares a personal view.
Knee surgeons have often been reluctant to perform knee replacements in under 60s but things are changing. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy explains why.
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.
Find out more about what YKC knee surgeons are doing to support the NHS during coronavirus and how that is affecting our regular service.
Does an ACL injury affect the brain as well as the knee? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy looks at new evidence that suggests it may do.