Have you had gradually worsening pain and stiffness in your knee over months or years? Is there swelling and a change in the shape of your knee? Your pain may now be severe.Find Out More
Sports Knee Injuries
Have you twisted your knee playing sport or had a fall at work. Your knee may swell, give way or lock. Are you struggling with pain that comes on during or after sport, interfering with your training and performance?Find Out More
What should you do if you have knee pain?
Think back 5, maybe 10 years or more.
Did you ever really think about your knees? Maybe you did, but often people don’t. It’s something we take for granted, but our mobility depends upon our knees.
It doesn’t take long to realise that increasing pain is going to lead to a lack of mobility, discomfort, and a struggle to do the day to day things we all do, often without a second thought.
If you’re suffering from knee pain, whether it’s gradual, sudden or from an injury – get your free copy of my guide to find out everything you need to know:
MBBS, BSc (Hons), MFMLM
Paul is a specialist knee surgeon treating all knee conditions. He has a particular interest in sports knee injuries and knee replacement surgery including revision surgery and use of partial knee replacements. He has experience of computer navigated knee surgery and the use of high performance and patient specific knee replacements. Paul was the first surgeon the south coast to offer Robotic Assisted Knee Surgery. He also regularly treats hip arthritis.
Paul works as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Bournemouth and Poole Hospitals. He qualified in 2001 from Imperial College, London. He completed his specialist Orthopaedic training in Wessex. In 2010 he undertook 12 months of specialist fellowship training in knee and hip surgery at the internationally renowned North Shore Hospital In Auckland, New Zealand, working with leading experts in knee and hip surgery.
Paul is the secretary of the British Shockwave Association and has years of experience with Shockwave Therapy.
Shockwave Therapy uses high pressured acoustic shockwaves that travel through the skin to stimulate pain relief and tissue repair.
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I would like to thank you and your team very much for for the excellent care I received whilst in hospital recently undergoing my knee replacement…..thank you once again, this operation has given me a new lease of life.
Thank you SO much for the friendly and very professional way that you looked after me when I was with you for my knee replacement op in December
Just a note to thank you so much for all your help over the last 18 months.
Thank you so much for looking after me and giving me a lovely new hip.
Thank you so much for taking such good care of me and giving me my first new knee. I am actually looking forward to seeing you again for the second one. I am not at all nervous about it now.
Mum and I would like to thank you so much for all your care and attention over the last 10 months with her leg. We have been very pleased with your friendliness and approach-ability. We are so glad to have met you and hope all goes well for you and your family in the future.
Thank you so very much for performing a successful replacement of my knee. I am now back to normal (after only 6 weeks!)
Can I also just ask you to pass onto Mr Pavlou my sincerest thanks. This weekend I took part in a 10mile road race, the longest distance race I have run since last year and I was pain free during and after the event. I genuinely didn’t think I would be able to do this again so I am very grateful for the treatment.
What should you do if you have knee pain?
It’s amazing how much we often take for granted, and our knees are easily forgotten… until they hurt. If you’re suffering from knee pain, fill out the form below and I’ll send you my guide with everything you need to know: