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Topic: knee pain

Orthopaedic surgery describes any kind of surgery performed on the musculoskeletal system that includes the bones and joints. It also includes surgery to the ligaments, tendons and muscles that allow the bones and joints to move. read more about The best diet to prepare for orthopaedic surgery
Knee pain can be caused by a number of different factors including sprains and strains, tendonitis, a torn ligament or cartilage damage. read more about 9 things you could be doing that will make your knee pain worse
The post-surgery recovery period can be just as important as the surgery itself so we spoke to King Edward VII’s Hospital Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Mark Webb to get his expert advice on what you can do to maximise recovery and get back to normal as soon as possible. read more about Dos and don’ts after ACL Surgery: An Expert Guide
We spoke to King Edward VII's Hospital Orthopaedic Surgeon, Mr Mark Webb, who explained what ACL reconstruction surgery is, how to prepare for surgery, what to expect, recovery time and how to avoid further injuries post-surgery. read more about The Expert Guide to ACL Reconstruction Surgery
Knee replacement surgery is now a relatively common procedure. The average age for a knee replacement is 70, but thanks to improving technology and outcomes, an increasing number of people are choosing to have surgery at a younger age.   read more about Total or partial knee replacement: what’s best for me?