A new paper neatly nails the problem with the conventional wisdom surrounding arthroscopy: we’ve been throwing the baby out with the bathwater…
As lockdown 3 continues, how is your knee operation affected? We have the latest.
It’s something you can feel. Occasionally it’s something you can hear. But what is Patellar Clunk Syndrome? James Newman explains.
For people already suffering from knee pain at the start of the pandemic, lockdown has made things worse. Why is that? Dave Duffy explains & explores some potential solutions.
The NHS is looking at a 12-18 month backlog of knee replacements once the pandemic subsides. So isn’t the obvious choice to perform more knee replacements same day? Nick London examines the situation.
Before and after your knee operation, do you need to self-isolate? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Nick London explains the current situation.
Ice is often recommended for knee pain, even though research suggests it’s not particularly effective. So why use it? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains.
It’s a common concern & an entirely reasonable one given that leg length discrepancy can be an issue in hip replacements. But what about knees?
Before and after your knee operation, do you need to self-isolate? Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explains the current situation.
You need a knee operation. You’re planning to take the private healthcare route. But with all that’s happening right now, should you act now or wait?
Right now, the NHS in parts of Yorkshire is making some in-roads into the mighty backlog of elective procedures such as knee replacements.
If you need a knee operation on the NHS in Yorkshire right now, is it likely to happen? Jim Newman, Lead Surgeon for Elective Orthopaedic Surgery at Mid Yorks NHS Trust, explains the current situation.