If we are to charge patients significantly more for robot assisted knee replacements, surely we need to establish their value first, argues Prof Nick London.
The discovery that wasn’t and the knee ligament that (possibly) isn’t. Prof Nick London explores the history of the anterolateral ligament.
Prof Nick London looks back at the latest partial knee replacement skills enhancement masterclass in Birmingham.
Changes to PROMS mean that, for the first time, knee surgeons can see their performance on the National Joint Registry. Jon Smith explains why that matters.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jon Smith asks whether patient perceptions about same day knee replacement in the US are likely to become expectations in the UK.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic explains why runner’s knee (or CMP) can be a frustratingly vague diagnosis.
Knee replacements were once commonplace in cases of rheumatoid arthritis. So why no longer? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains the causes of arthritis, and why knee replacement remains the current best treatment option for osteoarthritis.
If obesity is such a risk factor for your knee operation, why does more and more research suggest it isn’t? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman investigates.
Meniscal root tears are delicate, complex procedures. Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains why your best chance of treatment is with a knee specialist.
If you have osteoporosis can you have a knee replacement? If so, how will it affect the way your knee surgeon operates? YKC’s Dave Duffy explains.
‘Couch to 5k’: knee specialist Dave Duffy argues the orthopaedic community could have been quicker to support it through injury prevention.