How do knee surgeons practise new techniques in knee surgery? Dave Duffy explains.
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.
When you have a knee replacement, what is it the holds the implant in place? It’s an important question.
Nick London explains what makes the PPK his implant of choice for partial knee replacements, and what the rating means for patients.
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.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explores how wearable tech is helping knee surgeons understand one mystery of patient recovery.
Prof. Nick London explores why, for robot-assisted knee surgery, the cost benefit still remains elusive.
Yorkshire Knee Clinic’s Jim Newman explores new technology designed to improve knee load balancing and asks whether the reward is worth the risk.
Prof. Nick London presents the “outstanding” interim results for the Persona Partial Knee implant to the European Knee Society.
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.
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.