Results from the 2014 British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK) meeting highlight excellent patient satisfaction, normal feel and neutral alignment critical to long-term survivorship.
The Birmingham Knee Replacement (BKR) is a new knee replacement, enabling patients to be highly active following surgery. Colin from Derby had a right BKR at the BMI Edgbaston Hospital with Mr. McMinn in April 2010. During surgery, Mr. McMinn was able to address Colin’s badly bowed leg and straighten … Read the Rest
02/26/2009 Las Vegas, NV
Octogenarians: Not Too Old for Joint Replacement
New study finds total knee replacement surgery can offer significant benefits to patients in their 80s
Knee replacement surgery can improve the quality of life even for very elderly patients, according to a study presented today at the 2009 … Read the Rest