If you’ve been researching knee surgery for some time, you’ll know that various forms of robot assisted knee surgery have been available for years. So why has it taken until now for us to offer it? Nick London explains.
If you need a knee replacement in middle age, what’s the problem? Jon Smith explains.
Waiting for a knee replacement? Jon Smith offers an update on NHS and private waiting times.
YKC’s Jon Smith explains why, following long months of lockdown, knee surgery has become more demanding.
What happens if your knee replacement reaches the end of its working life? Jim Newman explains.
You may have worn it. You’ll almost certainly have seen athletes using it. But what does kinesio tape do? Jim Newman explains.
When you have a knee replacement, what is it the holds the implant in place? It’s an important question.
Waiting lists are one major area of concern for the NHS. But lists alone don’t tell the whole story of the challenge we face, says Jim Newman.
It’s time to get realistic about what your knee replacement will deliver, says Jim Newman.
We tend not to think too much about walking downstairs when we can do it painlessly. When every step is a sore one, it becomes a far more complex task. Dave Duffy explains why.
Is there an age beyond which you can’t have a knee replacement? Dave Duffy explains.
At first, it seems improbable. How could a programme of internet-based exercises beat seeing your orthopaedic surgeon or physiotherapist? But when you think about it, it makes perfect sense, says Dave Duffy.