Knee

Some of the common diagnoses that I treat are listed below. Please click on the link to read more about your diagnosis. To help gauge how severe your symptoms are please fill out the Oxford Knee Score.

Knee Arthritis
Knee Arthritis
Knee pain caused by arthritis can often be a pain throughout the knee or on a particular side. It is often worse after exercise with associated stiffness, reduced range of motion and swelling. Click on the link to read more about this condition and the treatment options available.
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Joint Surface Damage
Joint Surface Damage
Knee pain caused by joint surface damage can be a cause of a dull aching pain that is made worse with exercise and relieved with rest. This can also be associated with intermittent knee swelling, joint instability and catching pain on certain knee movements. Click on the link to read more about this condition and the treatment options available.
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Meniscal Injuries
Meniscal Injuries
Knee pain caused by meniscal injuries can cause an intermittent, sharp catching pain with occasional locking of the knee. The pain can be reproducible, especially when squatting or twisting on the knee. Click on the link to read more about this condition and the treatment options available.
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Patellar Tendonopathy
Patellar Tendonopathy
Knee pain caused by patella tendonopathy can cause a sharp pain at the front of the knee often just below the knee cap. It is often exercise or activity related pain and can persist as a dull ache afterwards for a number of days. Click on the link to read more about this condition and the treatment options available.
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Revision Knee Surgery
Revision Knee Surgery
Persistent, worsening pain or the feeling of instability in a knee replacement is often a sign that it is failing. Click on the link to read more about this problem and the treatment options available.
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