partial knee replacement

Partial vs full knee replacement examined

The argument between total knee replacement and partial knee replacement is one that has been raging for some time amongst the medical community. And so far, the battle is being won by the total replacement adherents: out of the 98,147 instances of knee replacement surgeries carried out in the UK in 2016, 91% of them […]

ACL tears in women

Why are women more susceptible to ACL tears?

It’s a conundrum which has bothered sports experts for years, and it’s borne out by statistical weight: women are two to four times more likely than men to tear the anterior cruciate ligament. But why? A recent study conducted by Duke University in Durham, North Carolina endeavoured to solve the mystery, and their findings make […]

knee pain

A new approach to lessening knee pain?

There’s a huge paradox facing the medical profession at the moment: while surgical innovations are being found all over the world, they all come at a huge cost to budgets and resources. And that dilemma is impacting on osteoarthritis professions more than most. While the techniques and procedures have come on in leaps and bounds […]

arthritis and ageing

Arthritis and ageing

We are fast becoming an ageing population and, according to Arthritis Research, we’re getting even older than we think, as the average lifespan of the world’s population goes up by five whole hours every day, meaning a child born a year from today will statistically live 76 days longer than one born today. Good news […]

Bristol Joint Replacement Centre

Mr Jonathan Webb heads up new joint replacement service in Bristol

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Bristol patients in need of hip or knee surgery now have a new joint replacement service dedicated to getting you moving as quickly as possible. Knee specialist Mr Jonathan Webb has brought together a team of experienced and expert joint surgeons to form the Joint Replacement Centre at Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield. The […]