ACL Reconstruction

ACL reconstruction surgery is a common surgical procedure that restores stability to your knee.

Knee Arthoscopy

Arthroscopic surgery is also known as “keyhole surgery” because the incisions made are very small. The camera and the instruments used inside your knee is the diameter of a pen.

Medial patellofemoral ligament (MPFL) reconstruction

This surgery is used to treat kneecap dislocations or instability. It uses a graft to reconstruct the ligament. This helps stabilise the kneecap and reduce the risk of more dislocations.

Total Knee Replacement

This surgery is most commonly performed for people with severe knee arthritis and associated pain that significantly affects their daily activity and sleep.

Partial Knee Replacement

This surgical option has faster recovery and can be done through a smaller incision, when compared to a total knee replacement.

Tibial tubercle osteotomy (TTO)

This surgery is used to treat kneecap dislocations or instability. It changes the kneecap’s alignment in its groove so that it is less likely to dislocate.

Patella joint replacement surgery

A type of partial knee replacement of the joint under the kneecap suitable for patients with knee osteoarthritis in the patellofemoral compartment, and who have ongoing pain even after trialling conservative treatments.

Realignment surgery (osteotomy)

The surgery corrects the weight bearing line so your body weight passes through the middle of the knee when standing or walking.

Robotic joint replacement surgery

Robotic Joint replacement surgery relies on a combination of pre-operative planning with computer-assisted alignment, and a surgeon-controlled robotic ‘arm’ to precisely make cuts in the bone.
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