Hip Replacement – Knee Replacement – Knee Arthroscopy – Robot Assisted Surgery
Mr Webb is excited to pioneer the use of the Mako Robot Arm Assisted hip, knee and partial knee replacement.
This system improves the accuracy and consistency of joint replacement, with the potential for faster recovery from surgery, and a quick return to normal function.
If non surgical solutions like medications, physio and walking supports are no longer helpful, you may wish to consider total knee replacement. The commonest need for this is for Osteoarthritis, but conditions such as Rheumatoid Arthritis can also result in the need for total knee replacement.
Knee arthroscopy, also known as keyhole surgery, can be useful for trimming cartilage tears in a knee. It is performed as a day case procedure with no overnight stay. Knee arthroscopy can be useful for treating sports related injuries, but is not normally a recommended treatment for knee arthritis