Knee Replacement

To repair the damaged weight-bearing surfaces that are causing pain. A total knee replacement surgery replaces all three compartments of the diseased knee joint. A partial knee replacement involves an implant in just one or two compartments of the knee, retaining any undamaged parts. While there are non-surgical and surgical interventions short of knee replacement which will often provide temporary relief, the long-term resolution to most knee degeneration will be joint replacement.
There are several different implant designs but each will offer renewed stability and movement. Overall, there are two main benefits to be gained from knee replacement surgery:

Elimination of pain and
Improved range of motion. Of all possible surgical interventions, total knee replacement offers the greatest quality of life improvement. The procedure has a high.
In order to make an informed decision about knee replacement surgery, it may be beneficial to learn more about the various implant options and the surgery itself.

Knee Replacement Procedure for Osteoarthritis of the Knee

Osteoarthritis of the knee is a very common cause of knee pain, the feeling of the knee ‘giving way’ and swelling.
Whilst conservative treatment including pain killers, steroid or cartilage protein injections and physiotherapy can be helpful in the early stages, most people with Osteoarthritis of the knee will eventually require knee replacement surgery.
Depending on which part of the knee is worn will determine which types of symptoms an individual will feel, be that pain, locking, giving way or stiffness.

Is an operation to replace the injured or damaged part of the knee with artificial parts. Your new knee will consist of a metal shell on the end of your thigh bone, a metal and plastic spacer on the upper end of the shin bone and if needed a plastic button on the kneecap.

Severe knee pain limits your everyday activities, including walking, going up and down stairs, getting out of chairs, and needing a walking aid for walking. You have moderate or severe knee pain whilst resting either day or night .You have chronic knee inflammation or swelling that does not improve with rest or medication .There is knee stiffness and the inability to bend and straighten the knee