Running: is it really bad for the knees? In the latest Yorkshire Knee Clinic mythbuster, we examine the evidence.
A BBC article has indicated a growing dexterity problem with trainee surgeons. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy considers whether robots are likely to help or compound the problem.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Dave Duffy looks at the difficult issue of healthcare rationing and how to avoid being caught by it.
Can you have a partial knee replacement operation and be home the same day? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Nick London why the answer is often ‘yes’.
A partial knee replacement by Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London has given one retired nurse a new lease of life, and made the Yorkshire Evening Post.
If you suffer from anxiety, depression or pain, will there be an effect on your knee surgery outcomes? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains…
In the latest in our season on tech and knee surgery, Jim Newman discusses one tool that’s proving particularly useful in partial knee replacements.
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.