Partial Knee Replacement

Partial Knee Replacement at Yorkshire Clinic

A partial knee replacement, also known as unicompartmental knee replacement, is surgery that replaces only one damaged compartment in your knee with implants.

It is usually performed as this compartment is causing arthritic pain that cannot be controlled by other methods. Weight loss, muscle strengthening and physiotherapy, painkillers, or other surgery have not helped to relieve your pain.

You’ll typically have a general anaesthetic for this procedure and it’ll take between one and two hours.

At Ramsay Health Care Hospitals, you will receive the very best of care and all the support you need before, during and after your surgery. Our leading knee surgeons are supported by orthopaedic nursing staff, consultant radiologists and chartered physiotherapists to deliver your personal treatment plan.

This surgery aims to get you back on your feet, enjoying greater mobility, and doing the things you love without pain. We understand the debilitating nature of knee pain. Our aim is to provide you with fast and convenient appointments for the diagnosis and treatment of your knee problem, so that we can quickly lessen your pain and get you moving more and returning to the activities you enjoy.

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