Hip and knee disorders - Information, specialists, frequent questions.

Experts in hip and knee disorders

Manish Agarwal

Manish Agarwal

Orthopaedist

Airdrie

Fahad Attar

Fahad Attar

Orthopaedist, Orthopaedic surgeon

Cheadle

Ronan Banim

Ronan Banim

Orthopaedic surgeon

Chester

Keith Hayward

Keith Hayward

Orthopaedic surgeon

Burton-on-Trent

Arjuna Imbuldeniya

Arjuna Imbuldeniya

Orthopaedic surgeon

Isleworth

Simon Jennings

Simon Jennings

Orthopaedist

London

Questions about Hip and knee disorders

Our experts have answered 2 questions about Hip and knee disorders

Hi. I have been in severe rear...

Hi.
I have been in severe rear hip and buttock pain going down to the inside of my thigh for 6 years now.
I have had 3 mri scans which showed nothing also had injections in my hip and since joint but nothing has helped me.
what more should I do?

Mr. Chukwuemeka Nnene
Mr. Chukwuemeka Nnene Orthopaedist, Orthopaedic surgeon Great Yarmouth
A spine origin for the pain is a distinct possibility here and if not already assessed should be strongly considered. If the joint X-ray shows no arthritis and MRI pelvis shows normal joint and bone, then extra-articular causes such as nerve entrapment should be considered eg piriformis syndrome-though rare. Nerve conduction studies may be helpful and a secondary or tertiary opinion useful for diagnosis. If there is no outcome from these then pain management will help improve your quality of life.
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what is the recovery time for kneecap...

what is the recovery time for kneecap replacement?

Mr. Kirti Moholkar
Mr. Kirti Moholkar Orthopaedist, Orthopaedic surgeon Droitwich Spa
Kneecap replacement is a limited joint replacement procedure which works well, but is suitable for a very small population.

As your knees have three different parts which work as 1, to be suitable for kneecap replacement, the rest of the two parts should be normal.

Of-course your surgeon will examine and recommend a kneecap replacement only if patients are suitable.
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