Do I need knee surgery?

Do I need knee surgery?

All Posts I often talk to patients who are considering surgery for a particular injury.  I am neither pro- nor anti- surgery in general; I think it largely depends on the patient’s individual circumstances. It may be the right option for some people with some...

Lower back Q&A

Blog We had a great response to our first live Q&A on our Facebook page last Saturday. If you want to catch up with the video, it’s still available here. We’re planning on making this a monthly event – so if you’ve got a topic or an injury...

Meniscus Tear

Rosi Sexton The menisci of the knee are two pads of cartilage that sit between the thigh bone (femur) and the lower leg (tibia). Normally they cushion the knee joint and help to prevent friction between the ends of the bones. Sometimes a meniscus can become damaged or...
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