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The Anatomy of the Knee

    The knee is made up of bones, cartilage, ligaments and muscles. In this blog post, let’s look at the anatomy of the knee.

    3 Strength & Conditioning

      Often when someone has orthopaedic surgery planned, they will have been told that they need to strength train before surgery. This is common for knee surgery, including a knee replacement, ACL reconstruction or meniscal surgery.

      Knee Surgery Patient Story

        Mr Asopa’s patient tells us about his knee surgery, recovery process, and going on a much-anticipated ski trip.

        Running Injuries | Orthopaedic Opinions Blog | Mr Vipin Asopa

          Before you start out on that run, could stopping to consider running injuries be the logical next step here? In any circumstance, including running, we will often wait until we notice pain or sustain an injury to actually really consider if there are factors we can control to try to prevent/avoid injuries.

          Know your Knee: Meniscal Tears

            The menisci are a pair of wonderfully crafted crescent shaped or C-shaped pads or rubbery pieces of cartilage, that provides shock absorption in the knee joint. They lie between your thigh bone (femur) and your shin bone (tibia), the medial meniscus on the inside of the knee (close to the opposite knee) and the lateral meniscus, on the outside of the knee.

            BOSTAA Annual Conference July, 2022

              This month I went to the annual BOSTAA (British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma and Arthroscopy Association) conference in Central London, of which I am a member.