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Top tips to look after your knees! I’m always reminded of the famous song by Baz Luhrmann called “sunscreen”; it’s a great philosophical tune in which he dispenses some great life advice including “Be kind to your knees, you’ll miss … Continue reading
Osteoarthritis and Cartilage problems So… in the last blog we discussed the beauty and complexity of human cartilage. It is an amazing tissue that achieved evolutionary perfection millions of years ago. Unfortunately, despite its amazing load bearing properties, things can … Continue reading
Ok… so today we are going to talk about cartilage. As I mentioned previously, it is an amazing substance and has some unique properties which allow our joints to function in they do. What is cartilage? Cartilage is the tough … Continue reading
Understanding anatomy is essential in helping to work out what may be going wrong or causing pain and instability in knees. Here is a basic outline of essential knee anatomy with some pictures below too. Hope you find it useful: … Continue reading
Hi guys, So this next blog was due to be one on knee anatomy but we will come to that next time. In the meantime, I have had the honour of being a guest at the BBC headquarters in Salford, … Continue reading
Dear friends, Thank you for visiting The Knee Expert website and welcome to my first ever blog! I guess I’m writing this, because I’m really passionate about knees and knee surgery, having been a patient myself at the age of … Continue reading