As a study by the University of Bristol suggests most knee replacements now last 25 years, Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman asks has anything really changed?
If you have osteoarthritis in both knees, is it better to have two separate knee replacements, or do them both at the same time? Jim Newman explains.
ACL repair is being marketed as the prime ACL treatment for children and athletes. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman asks whether repair is really better than reconstruction.
Intelligent participation: the key to safely returning to sport after a total or partial knee replacement. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London explains.
Prof. Nick London presents the “outstanding” interim results for the Persona Partial Knee implant to the European Knee Society.
Which sports are safe to resume after a knee replacement? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Prof. Nick London considers the evidence.
Prof. Nick London explores the origins of The European Knee Society and the role it plays in your knee surgery.
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.