Orthopaedic Knee Surgery
Discover the knee-surgery Treatments offered by Medbelle. Find your procedure and receive all the information you need and schedule your surgeon consultation
Orthopaedic Knee Surgery Options
Knee pain can be debilitating and limit you from doing your favourite activities. Advances in medical techniques mean there are many orthopaedic surgery options to help ease knee pain and make movement easier. Find the current orthopaedic knee surgeries offered by Medbelle below.
Medbelle’s UK orthopaedic surgery clinic caters to a range of knee surgeries. Trusting a private orthopaedic clinic removes the long wait-times from your procedure journey. With Medbelle, you also can rely on your personal Patient Care Adviser for advice, answers or support. They’re there for you at any moment from your first consultation to your last physiotherapy appointment.
Our transparent and inclusive approach to pricing also means you’ll never be surprised by a bill for your orthopaedic treatment. We also offer affordable finance for your knee surgery so you can break the cost of your orthopaedic procedure into monthly payments that work for you and your budget.
When you’re ready to take the next step, schedule your surgeon consultation and meet with a Medbelle orthopaedic expert at our modern clinic in South West London.
Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) Reconstruction
ACL reconstruction is a type of orthopaedic knee surgery that repairs the ACL tendon in the knee. ACL tears are one of the most common types of knee injuries and happen often during sports after a fall or if the knee is twisted or stretched too far. This knee surgery can provide more stable movement and relieve pain caused by the ACL tear for patients who are a good fit for surgery.
Meniscal Repair Surgery
Meniscal repair surgery is a type of knee procedure that aims to repair the cartilage pads in the knee called the meniscus. These cartilage pads act as shock absorbers and can be damaged in several ways including during sports or as a result of everyday wear and tear. This type of knee procedure can relieve knee instability, knee pain and mobility issues associated with meniscus injury.
Knee arthroscopy is a type of minimally invasive orthopaedic procedure that uses small tools to look at the knee joint and repair small amounts of damage. Arthroscopy is often used to treat patients with osteoarthritis and sometimes is used to simply investigate an existing knee injury. Arthroscopy is a type of keyhole incision and can provide a patient with a much shorter recovery period when compared to more invasive knee surgery options.
Knee osteotomy is an orthopaedic procedure that reshapes and realigns the bones of the knee to improve how the joint works. This type of knee surgery is popular among younger and very active patients who want to avoid having a full knee replacement. Knee osteotomy can reduce knee pain while increasing mobility and knee stability.
Knee Replacement Surgery
Knee replacement, also called knee arthroplasty, is a common type of orthopaedic treatment that replaces a damaged knee joint with an artificial implant called a prosthesis. This knee treatment can relieve severe knee pain, reduce knee stiffness and increase mobility. It is commonly performed on patients with arthritic knees or patients who are not able to manage their knee pain with painkillers, physiotherapy or steroid injections.
Arthritis is relatively common and can affect people of all ages, however, it is most common in people over the age of 60. Arthritis may affect one or several joints and often affects the weight-bearing joints, such as knees and hips. There are over 100 kinds of arthritis and it is a progressive disease, meaning it cannot be cured and may worsen over time. Osteoarthritis is the most common form of arthritis and is caused by stress on the joints.
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