Jim Newman looks at the data behind the withdrawal of the NexGen knee implant.
A new University of California study finds cortisone injections are associated with progression of osteoarthritis in the knee. So where does that leave us? Jim Newman explains.
A new University of California study suggests ibuprofen and similar drugs can make the pain of osteoarthritis worse. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman considers what that means for osteoarthritis sufferers.
There’s a discussion to be had about NHS waiting lists, but this is a message that “makes me uncomfortable” says Dave Duffy.
What’s the cause of knee pain when driving? And what can you do about it? Dave Duffy explains.
After 32 years in the NHS, Nick London has stepped back from clinical duties at Harrogate District Hospital, although he will be continuing his research work with the NHS. He remains a specialist knee surgeon with Yorkshire Knee Clinic. Here, he explains the reasons for his decision.
Nick London explains why a new report which effectively pits steroids against physio is the wrong approach to helping patients.
Has the state of NHS waiting lists changed the landscape for same day knee replacements? Nick London explains why, for the time being at least, the answer should remain ‘no’.
Chloe Kelly overcame a major ACL injury to score the winner in this summer’s Euros. She overcame something else too: what she described as the crushing “negativity” around her ACL injury that saw her struggling mentally during her recovery. Nick London shares his take on Chloe’s situation.
Which knee brace should you buy? And are there some you should avoid? Jim Newman explains.
We’ve seen growing interest in orthobiologic treatments in recent years. In many cases, the chance for relief from joint pain, and even the ‘promise’ of a ‘cure’ for osteoarthritis has led many to explore these injectable remedy routes. But do they work?
And is it something you should be worried about? Jim Newman explains.