Are You Suffering From Constant Knee Pain? Have You Tried Painkillers, Physio or Injections?

If you’ve been suffering from knee pain for a long time, its likely that you will have tried painkillers, had physiotherapy or even perhaps had an injection in your knee to help with your pain.

You’re wondering about ‘knee replacement surgery’ – but are worried about downtime, or perhaps simply worried about the surgery itself. Perhaps you’re not even sure if you need surgery, but you just want to end the constant pain and lack of mobility.

It’s true to say, knee replacement is a major operation and as such the decision should only be made after careful consideration and a detailed and thorough consultation with a specialist.

Broadly speaking, there are two main types of knee replacement to  consider, a total or partial knee replacement,  There are also traditional and newer “high performance” total knee replacements as well as patient specific and custom knee replacements. I also offer Mako Robotic Arm Assisted partial Knee replacements.

Choosing “the best type” of  knee replacement for you is a balance of many factors. I will guide you through the decision making process by examining  your priorities and expectations and balancing these with the risks and benefits of the different types of knee replacements available. Whilst there are hundreds of brands knee replacements on the market I will only recommend and use and implants that have outstanding function and proven clinical results.

You might be nervous about booking a consultation, because you’re not sure if you want to go ahead, yet. That’s fine… all I want to do is help you achieve mobility and be pain free. If surgery isn’t the right route for you, I won’t pressure you at all.

The best thing to do, is to get yourself a free copy of my Knee Pain Guide. It’ll explain in more depth what’s possible, and whether knee replacement is the way to go, or whether the might be other treatments for you.

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