Please see below for further information on some of the more common procedures.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament

In a simplified way we can say that there are four
ligaments supporting…..

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Arthroscopy

The knee joint is the most complicated joint in the
body and consists of….

 

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Common Overuse Injuries

The quadriceps (thigh) muscle attaches to the patella (kneecap).

 

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Exercises

This pamphlet contains a number of exercises that
can be used in the….

 

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Non-surgical Treatment of Degenerative Arthritis

The basic problem is that the articular….

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Out-patient Surgery

You will either get pain tablets or a prescription to take home.

 

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Patellar Dislocation

 

The mechanism whereby you extend your knee can be compared to a rope…..

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Patellofemoral Joint / Kneecap

Patellofemoral compartment – The part between the kneecap……

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Posterior Cruciate Ligament

There are four major ligaments in the knee. Two of them….

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Total Knee Replacement

In your knee the joint surface, or so called articular cartilage…

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Partial Knee / Uni Knee Replacement

Your knee consists of three compartments – Patello Femoral….

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Valgus Knee

 

Your knee consists of two halves each designed to carry….

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Varus Knee

Your knee consists of two halves, each designed…..

 

 

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