Knee replacement is a common surgical procedure. The medical name for it is knee arthroplasty. During this surgery, any damaged bone and cartilage in the knee are replaced with an artificial joint. This can relieve pain and joint stiffness and improve mobility issues related to arthritis or injury.
1 to 2 hours
3 to 5 nights
General or local with sedation
6 to 12 months
Why have Knee Replacement Surgery?
What can a Knee Replacement Achieve?
How Much Does Knee Replacement Surgery Cost?
Knee Replacement Surgery Candidates
How is Knee Replacement Surgery Performed?
Types of Knee Replacement Techniques
Knee Replacement Surgery Potential Risks & Complications
Frequently Asked Questions
Knee Replacement Surgery Recovery and Postoperative FAQs
News and Articles
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Knee replacement surgery is a popular treatment in the UK and can help improve quality of life for many patients.