What is a graft? What does it do? What tissue might your knee surgeon consider for a graft? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains.
As part of our season on technology in knee surgery, Prof. Nick London explores the decisions that really are critical to the success of your knee surgery.
Who do you trust with your knee surgery – the robots or the knee specialists? Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores the relationship between technology and experience.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores the emerging technology that really could make a difference to your knee surgery over the next few years.
A new study suggests knee surgery is a factor in increased levels of osteoarthritis among retired footballers. Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores the issue.
A Daily Mail survey has seen Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London named among the top knee surgeons in the UK. Here, he talks about the accolade.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London was recently featured in a Daily Mail article on the UK’s top knee surgeons – a story picked up by the York Press.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy explores why knee injuries at this year’s World Cup are (almost) as inevitable as England losing to Germany on penalties.
Why are more young Australians having ACL reconstructions? Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores a sporting trend we don’t want to follow.
New research suggests up to 50,000 patients a year could be missing out on safer, more effective partial knee replacements. Yorkshire Knee Clinic asks why.
Undergoing knee surgery? The better you can prepare your body, the better the recovery is likely to be. Yorkshire Knee Clinic explores the power of prehab.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains the value of having a National Joint Registry – and explains why the careful controls over the information made available are absolutely vital.