Miriam Margolyes: "I wish I'd had my knee replacement sooner"
Actress Miriam Margolyes talks about her osteoporosis diagnosis following a bone density test — and her recent experience with knee replacement surgery.
Number of joint replacements set to soar by 2030
It is good news we are living longer but it could mean a huge increase in the number of people needing replacement of their painful worn out knee joints, says European Knee Society president Chris Dodd.
New hip brings new lease of life
When British dualthete Michael Rix was diagnosed with osteoarthritis in 2011, the 40-year-old feared he’d never race again. Five years on and Michael is back to his winning ways.
Answering the most pressing questions on joint replacement and orthopaedic surgery
Chris Evans, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, and hip and knee replacement specialist, answers important questions on bones and joints.
The recovery pathway that speeds up hip and knee replacements
Scheduled for hip or knee replacement? The Enhanced Recovery Pathway should soon have you back on your feet and heading for home - but what is it, and how can you help?
How to ensure you get the hip replacement that best suits you
Hip replacement - arthroplasty - may be a routine operation, but it should not be a one-size-fits all procedure. We examine today's choices in hip replacement technology.
Hip op happy: expert insight on hip operations
Hip operations have never been more popular or more successful. The challenge is maintaining progress as demand continues to rise.
3D printing: the future of medical implants
For decades doctors have making custom-implants for patients needing bone and joint repairs and 3D printing could help advance this area of surgery even further.
What causes Osteoporosis?
Orthopaedic Research UK Animation
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