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Rapid diagnosis and effective private treatment for knee pain.
Getting started with us is easy. You can call us on 01522 578000 or use our simple online booking system to book your initial consultation with a Consultant of your choice.
Knee replacement surgery significantly reduces knee pain and improves mobility in your knee. There are two types of knee replacement surgery: total and partial. The type of knee replacement surgery you undergo will depend on your condition.
During partial knee replacement surgery, the damaged part of your joint will be removed and replaced with an artificial component (also known as a prosthesis). During total knee replacement surgery, your Consultant will remove the damaged ends of your femur (thigh bone) and tibia (shin bone) and replace them with a prosthesis. The base of your patella (kneecap) might also be removed and replaced, but this will depend on the condition of your knee.
ACL reconstruction surgery can repair or replace a torn anterior cruciate ligament (a major ligament in your knee). ACL damage is often caused by a traumatic accident that occurs when playing sport. ACL reconstruction helps reduce knee pain and restore function to your knee, allowing you to continue to live an active lifestyle and play the sport you love.
A knee arthroscopy is a form of keyhole surgery. It can diagnose and treat knee problems that cause chronic knee pain. During knee arthroscopy surgery, your Orthopaedic Consultant will insert an arthroscope (a thin tube with a camera attached to the end of it) through a small incision made in your knee. This will allow your Consultant to examine the inside of your knee and confirm the cause of your pain. If you require treatment arthroscopically, your Orthopaedic Surgeon will make more incisions in your knee to insert surgical instruments and carry out the treatment you require.
This surgery is typically performed as a keyhole surgery, wherein your Consultant will insert surgical instruments into your knee through small incisions made on your skin.
During this procedure, which is sometimes referred to as arthroscopic debridement, your knee joint will be cleaned out and your Consultant will remove any deteriorated cartilage and tissue in your knee to help reduce your pain and improve your mobility. They will also trim the edges of any damaged areas to make them smooth.
*The prices that are shown above are an estimate and only for self-pay customers. The final cost of your knee treatment will always be confirmed in writing after your consultation. Further terms and conditions apply.
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