Remaining active after robotic knee replacement

Getting Back into the Swing After a Knee Replacement

New research has revealed that most golfers who undergo a knee replacement will be able to return to the sport within five months. This is great news for golfers who are naturally at an increased risk of needing to undergo a knee replacement. Here,…
Robotic-assisted knee surgery

What is the Recovery Like After Robotic Assisted Knee Replacement?

Preparing to undergo a robotic-assisted knee replacement? If so, you may be wondering what to expect in your recovery. Compared to traditional knee replacements, it is claimed that robotic-assisted procedures can have a shorter recovery time…
total knee replacement for footballers

Retired pro footballers more likely to require knee replacement surgery

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However hard you’ll try, it’ll be very difficult to avoid football over the next couple of months, what with the culmination of the domestic and European season flowing into the 2018 World Cup in Russia. And whatever you say about the physical…
total knee replacement for footballers

New study finds smokers have a higher risk of revision knee replacement surgery

A new study released recently in the US looked at the link between smoking and the increased risk of revision following total knee replacement. A group of 436 patients were studied, examining the reasons for a revision procedure being required. The…
total knee replacement for footballers

How do I choose the right knee surgeon?

More and more of us are requiring some form of knee surgery or treatment at some point in our lives – more than 70,000 knee replacements are carried out in England and Wales every year and that number is on the rise. Pain and lack of mobility…