Nick Redshaw, at 57, took the decision to undergo partial knee replacement surgery.
After years and years of intense sports, such as rugby, cricket, skiing, and more, Nick was left hardly able to walk and climb stairs. He finally decided that his pain had gone on for too long and he was recommended to the Fortius Clinic by a friend.
Mr Jonathan Webb, orthopaedic surgeon, explained the procedure to Nick making him feel comfortable and confident.
Nick described his experience in the hospital as “tremendous” and the operation was a great success. He was particularly amazed by the minimal swelling and trauma.
Nick’s recovery is truly remarkable. By two months after the surgery, he was able to cycle for 35 miles, by six months he was skiing normally, and by his twelve-month checkup, he had full mobility.
Nick says that he “couldn’t be happier with the process, outcome and the whole experience.”