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Many knee problems can be successfully treated with physiotherapy and specific non-invasive treatments. Whether you have soft tissue, mechanical or inflammatory joint problems we are here to help you. Early diagnosis and intervention is important when it comes to managing pain as acceptance of pain can often lead to much more adverse circumstances.
The most common reason for joint pain is arthritis, although sometimes injuries to the tissues such as tendons and ligaments can cause pain.
Latest scientific developments
One of the latest scientific developments in early intervention is nSTRIDE Autologous Protein Solution (APS) therapy. The Intra-Articular Single Protein Injection is a groundbreaking therapy designed to treat pain and slow the progression of cartilage degradation. The single protein injection, harvested from a patient’s own blood, could replace the need for knee surgery if you suffer with osteoarthritis.
Benefits of early diagnosis and intervention
One of the main benefits of early diagnosis is that you begin to get a suitable treatment for your knee pain. Osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis and many other forms of arthritis are not completely curable.
With the right treatment progression of disease can, to a great extent, be delayed. This would help you live a relatively pain-free and active life for longer, as well as avoid the need to undergo more invasive treatments that involve surgery such as knee replacement.
Our team of clinical knee specialists and physiotherapists are able to offer excellent multidisciplinary care specific to your needs.
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I thought you might like this news from a former patient to whom you gave a complete right knee replacement on 22nd June 2015 when I was 83. Your knee gave me no trouble at all and there was no pain or discomfort; I just did not notice it. It was a really memorable holiday and the weather was consistently fine. Thank you very much for making it possible for me to continue to enjoy the mountains.
Roger Birnstingl says |Read more testimonials
Excellent diagnosis and plan to extend the life of my knee, and consequently my skiing activities. Explanation of before, during and post op were spot on. My leg now better than I anticipated. Neil is very direct, which cuts through any waffle, and ensures you completely understand what to expect. Would thoroughly recommend.
John Cox says |Read more testimonials
My wife came under the care of Mr Bradbury after sustaining a severe knee injury earlier this year. From the outset Neil and his team have provided prompt attention with excellent care thoughout; both technically in terms of her injury but he has also demonstrated a very caring attitude so thank you.
Kevin says |Read more testimonials
It is exactly 7 months since my operation. This last week I skied every day and find that I ski better than last year with the sore knee. Thank you for making this possible. Your very grateful patient.
Roger says |Read more testimonials