Single Hamstring ACL reconstructions

Single Hamstring ACL Reconstructions Anterior Cruciate Ligament injuries are common among both elite sports people and the more sedentary population – both rupture their ACL’s for different reasons, and expectations and demands are quite varied. In...

How long a Total Knee Replacement Lasts

How long a Total Knee Replacement Lasts A Total Knee Replacement is a highly successful operation, with most patients being extremely happy with their result. The worldwide literature however, suggests that only 80% of patients are truly good or excellent when...

Non-operative ways to manage Knee Arthritis

Non operative ways to manage Knee Arthritis Knee arthritis can present as pain in the knee, hip or even down the leg. It can start in a variety of ways, wand is very different in how it progresses. In some cases, knee arthritis worsens quickly, taking only a few...

What is a meniscal tear?

Sporting Injuries and Meniscal Tears – What is a Meniscal Tear A meniscal tear is a part of the knee that helps to make the knee joint more congruent. The two bones that make up the main part of the knee joint is the Femur (thigh bone) and the Tibia (leg bone)....

Knee replacement techniques – Whats new

Total Knee Replacement Techniques – How can it be done Whilst a total knee replacement is a successful operation, the current literature supports that only 80% of patients are truly Good or Excellent when questioned. With the recovery time for a total knee...