“You all did so much to relieve my anxiety and concerns with my knee replacement. I shall remember you with gratitude every time I walk the dog in the future. Thank you”

“To speak to medical professionals who specialise in sports injury was a breath of fresh air. The experience for me was the best it could be, especially as an athlete with a potentially career-ending injury. Everyone was caring and I was given the hope I so badly needed. It was now possible that... Read More

“Everything was wonderful. I am now completely pain free and absolutely thrilled.”

“Thank you for the excellent operation you did on my knee. It has healed up really well with only a very small scar left. Most of the acute pain is now gone and each week it pains a little less. I am looking forward to the long (pain free) walks I used to do before. So many thanks, you are the... Read More

“Thank you so much for seeing me and treating me so quickly after my skiing accident! I was amazed and impressed that you managed to arrange my surgery so quickly. Mum and I have a nickname for you - GOD!”

“'Thank you' seems inadequate words for the debt of gratitude I owe you all. Your expertise and skills heal body and soul. Your care and kindness humble me.”

“I felt fully engaged from the start and actually found the whole process quite enjoyable! I felt informed without being patronised, well prepared, both by the consultation with Neil, the paperwork and booklets. The outcome has exceeded my expectations and the care was tremendous, as was the pain... Read More

“Neil performed a PCL replacement in my right knee back in 2000. At the time, it was a procedure that few knee surgeons had the skills to perform. He fully informed me of the risks attached to the procedure, the likelihood of success and allowed me to take my time to decide on how I wished to... Read More

“You fitted me with a completely new knee on 20th June. It is absolutely amazing and I'm getting on and off, riding and jumping with ease. It has brought back all the possibilities in retirement that had come to an end with a bad knee. It's not yet four months since the operation.....lets hope the... Read More



Same day diagnostics


Advanced diagnostics

With some of the most advanced diagnostic equipment on-site and a specialist consultant radiologist we can provide a rapid diagnosis.

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Immediate access

You can book a same-day assessment with a specialist to diagnose your knee condition.

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Diagnostic equipment


CT Scans

Computed tomography is an imaging procedure used to examine the internal structures of the body. It is the best modality for imaging bone and is particularly useful for identifying fractures.

CT scans can be useful for diagnosing a range of different knee conditions. During a CT scan, you will lie on a bed while a tub rotates around you, taking images.

CT scans are also appropriate for patients who are not able to have MRI perhaps due to having a pacemaker.

After your scan, you can drive and conduct your day to day activities normally. However any female patient who is, or might be pregnant, must notify the radiology department in advance of their examination.

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Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) is a safe, non-invasive diagnostic medical imaging technique which uses magnetic fields, radio waves and sophisticated computer programs to generate highly sophisticated images of the human body. An MRI allows our knee specialists to see soft tissues in great detail, as well as bone. MRIs produce cross-sectional pictures through every part of the body. The information from the scanner passes to a computer that produces an image of the internal structure of the knee.

MRI can help knee specialists diagnose many conditions of the knee and the procedure can take from twenty to ninety minutes.

The scan will not be painful nor will you feel any discomfort from after effects.

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An X-ray is an image of the internal structures of your body which is produced by exposure to a controlled source of radiation and stored on a special computer system. Despite all the development of more sophisticated forms of scanning, an X-ray examination remains one of the most accurate ways of detecting many knee problems.

X-ray examinations can be done as a simple outpatient procedure and you can go home straight afterwards.

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A diagnostic ultrasound is a form of imaging using sound waves, which allows your knee consultant to see inside the knee. It is more commonly used during pregnancy, but it can also be useful to diagnose a variety of other problems and conditions within muscles, joints, tendons, ligaments and soft tissue. The images are visible at the time of scan, meaning an ultrasound is also a useful tool to help consultant’s administer treatments.

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