We offer Mako robotic arm assisted hip and knee replacement surgery. In this article we answer some of your frequently asked questions about this state of the art treatment for severe hip and knee pain.
If you are scheduled to have knee replacement surgery, you may be offered the choice to have a bespoke custom-made knee implant or Mako robotic arm-assisted surgery. In this blog we look at the advantages of each procedure to help you understand the difference and weigh up which might be the best option for you.
If you are suffering from a debilitating condition like arthritis, a hip or knee replacement can be life-changing. This type of surgery can help you to regain your mobility and quality of life, enabling you to resume many of the activities you used to enjoy before pain and stiffness prevented you. As orthopaedic surgeons, we…
If you are suffering from severe osteoarthritis of the knee, you may be eligible for knee replacement surgery. As orthopaedic surgeons, we perform both total knee replacements (also called total knee arthroplasty) and partial knee replacements (partial knee arthroplasty). But, what is the difference and how do you know which type of surgery is best…
Choosing a knee implant is an important decision. The prosthesis will become a vital part of your anatomy, helping you to walk, sit, stand and move around. Not only that, but it will be with you for years to come – around 15+ is the usual lifespan for an artificial knee implant.
Knee arthroscopy, also called keyhole surgery, is a less invasive form of surgery than conventional open surgery. The surgeon investigates and corrects the problem using a precision tool called an arthroscope which has a tiny camera attached that is used to inspect the joint for damage. Similar keyhole instruments can then be introduced into the joint and…
A robot called MAKO is helping orthopaedic surgeons to perform personalised joint replacement surgery, achieving better results and faster recovery rates than ever before.
If you are living with the constant pain of arthritis, it is easy to slip into a negative way of thinking. Arthritis can be debilitating, affecting your day-to-day life in a myriad of different ways. However, the way you think can have a significant effect on your experience of the condition.
Once people have got their joint replacement surgery out of the way, there is a tendency to breathe a sigh of relief and think “that’s that”.
Knowing what to expect after total knee replacement surgery can help you to prepare for your recovery and ensure you don’t try to do too much, too soon. As a general rule, partial knee replacement recovery is slightly faster.