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A knee arthroscopy can help investigate and treat your knee problems.
Many different knee conditions and injuries to the knee can be treated during this type of operation, including:
There is a broad scope of knee pain symptoms you might experience that could mean you need to have knee arthroscopy surgery at BMI The Alexandra Hospital in Manchester. These include:
Your knee arthroscopy recovery time depends on a variety of factors, including:
You should be resting at home 48 hours after surgery. At this stage in your recovery, you will be able to remove any dressing from your knee. Your Consultant will explain when you can bathe or shower after surgery.
Swelling after knee arthroscopy is common. If you experience this, as well as any residual pain, you can take over-the-counter medication, or try heat therapy in the form of an ice pack or heat pack to relieve your symptoms. If your knee still hurts after arthroscopy surgery, do not be alarmed. If pain persists, speak with your Consultant. They will be able to advise on the best course of action for this situation
Around two to three weeks after surgery, you should be able to enjoy low-impact exercise, such as swimming, cycling or walking. It is important to try these to continue to strengthen the muscles around your knee(s) and improve your mobility.
You should avoid impact exercise for at least six weeks.
* After arthroscopic surgery, you can usually return home on the same day as your procedure (known as a day case procedure). Your doctor may recommend you stay overnight if they deem it necessary based on your circumstances, but this is unlikely
The knee arthroscopy price at BMI The Alexandra Hospital starts from £4,306*
The cost of knee arthroscopy at BMI The Alexandra Hospital in Manchester will vary depending on your chosen hospital, Consultant, diagnosis, and the type of procedure that you could require.
Your initial consultation at one of our hospitals will cost around £200. If you are advised knee arthroscopy surgery, the cost of this procedure starts from £4,306. However, if you are experiencing problems in both your knees, your Orthopaedic specialist could advise having bilateral arthroscopy. A bilateral arthroscopy (an arthroscopy in both knees) can cost around £6,185.
It is important to note the above prices are only a guide price. Your final arthroscopy cost will be confirmed in writing after your consultation and any necessary diagnostic tests. These prices cover the cost of your anaesthesia, surgery and your aftercare.
At our hospitals, we offer flexible payment options to help you spread the cost of your treatment over a period that suits you.
If you’re battling knee pain and want to know why – our team at BMI The Alexandra Hospital in Manchester is here to help diagnose your pain and build a tailored treatment plan for you.
To begin your healthcare journey with us, call us on 0161 428 3656 or book your appointment online today.
Pay for yourself with our fixed price packages. This includes your pre-assessment, treatment, follow-ups and six months of aftercare.
We are widely recognised by health insurers. Ask your insurer about your cover and for an insurer pre-authorisation code.
Pay for yourself with monthly repayments spread over 12 months, interest-free (terms and conditions apply)