Following the service update, patients can get treatment for knee cartilage injuries, dislocations, knee tendon injuries, and ligament injuries.
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Studies show that knee problems account for around 40% of all sports-related injuries. In addition to this, knee issues are one of the most common occupational injuries, with 5% of all work-related emergency room visits being knee-based. The updated service ensures that patients can get the solution they need.
The team includes Dr Kristian Kley, Dr Ronald van Heerwaarden, Mr Raghbir Khakha, and Professor Adrian Wilson, who are highly experienced in the space and focus on getting the best results for patients.
One of the most pressing issues that the clinic treats is dislocated knees. These injuries are severe and require immediate medical intervention, as any attempts to reposition the knee can have further negative impact.
The team can offer arthroscopic surgery as well as open surgery to help repair any damage, including ligament or cartilage damage and to repair meniscus tears. After surgery, rehab and physiotherapy can be hugely beneficial.
In addition, the clinic also offers treatment for knee ligament issues. These injuries involve damage to the ligaments that connect the bones and cartilage and help to support the knee joint.
Non-surgical as well as surgical treatment options are available for these types of injuries. Non-surgical options involve regular physiotherapy and additional support such as knee braces.
Additional details can be found at: https://www.facebook.com/OSorthopaedicspecialists
In addition to knee treatment options, Orthopaedic Specialists also offer a range of other treatments. These include rheumatology, shoulder and elbow treatment, pain relief such as spinal and neck pain, lower limb deformity correction, and sport and exercise medicine.
A spokesperson for Orthopaedic Specialists states: “With access to the world’s most advanced surgical and non-surgical techniques, at Orthopaedic Specialists, we always examine every treatment option. We know that less invasive procedures are highly effective, and can reduce recovery times, which is why we only perform joint replacement surgery as the last resort.”
Those wishing to find out more can visit: https://os.clinic/conditions/knee
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