Mr Jonathan Webb at sports injury conference

Jonathan Webb opens the inaugural Fortius International Sports Injury Conference, 2015 (FISIC ’15)

October 2015 saw the first sports injury conference held by Fortius Clinic. FISIC ’15 was a multi-disciplinary conference on the theme of sports injury. Timed to coincide with the Rugby World Cup and supported by World Rugby, the content was focused on rugby but had wider relevance, applying lessons learned in a range of sports […]

Are there any risks if I choose to delay knee replacement surgery?

Over time the knee joint becomes worn and damaged, as the cartilage that covers the ends of the bones and allows them to slide smoothly over each other as you walk, run or stand, starts to disintegrate. You may have severe pain, swelling and stiffness and easy movement is affected. Often patients visiting Mr Jonathan Webb’s […]

Obesity linked to rise in knee replacement surgery

For those desperate to shift the pounds so they can become healthier and more active, life can sometimes seem a vicious cycle. Increased weight puts pressure on the knee, causing discomfort, and wear and tear, meaning exercise can be too painful. Not being able to exercise, though, usually leads to increased weight and more pressure […]

Rugby World Cup means more attention on rugby injuries

The drama and spectacle of the opening ceremony, the relief of England opening the competition with a win against Fiji, the shock and awe of Japan’s showing against the mighty Springboks; this World Cup looks set to be a fantastic display of world-class rugby and it’s a good time to take a look at rugby […]

When can I play again?

The recent high profile injuries to players preparing for the Rugby World Cup highlights the vexed question of when can I play after an injury. Rupture of the Anterior Cruciate Ligament remains a significant knee injury but with modern techniques of surgery and rehabilitation there should be a high expectation that players can return to […]