Exercises to support post-surgical rehabilitation or help settle down ACL injuries without surgery.
Knee arthroscopy is a technique I use to treat all sorts of problems inside the knee joint.
If you have bad knee arthritis then you may well need to have a knee replacement.
First Mr Willis-Owen will ask about your symptoms, how and when they started, about your work and recreational pastimes (to understand the impact), previous medical history and current medications. Next, he will examine you, and based on your history and examination, identify a shortlist of potential causes and solutions. Often some sort of test is required (e.g. X-rays or an MRI scan). This can usually be done within a few days or sometimes the same day. After he has reviewed your test results and reached a diagnosis there will usually be a follow-up appointment where he will outline a range of options to fix the problem.Book a consultation
You can see Mr Willis-Owen at several locations in Poole and Bournemouth. If none of these fit in with your schedule then it is also possible to arrange online (video) or telephone consultations. Please mention which type of consultation you prefer at the time of booking.
You do not need health insurance to enjoy the benefits of private healthcare. Indeed, in many ways a lack of insurance makes things very simple. It means that you do not need a GP referral, and for ease of financial planning it is also possible to arrange fixed price packages for your surgery.
Mr Willis-Owen works with most insurers, the only exceptions being Axa and Bupa. If you wish to make an appointment with Mr Willis-Owen please contact your insurer to check what they require to authorise treatment. You will usually need a GP referral. You then just need your policy details to hand when booking your appointment.
“Having presented with a fairly 'challenging' knee condition, I wasn't sure what the outcome of my knee replacement would be. However the experience was first class and I was off crutches completely at 2 weeks and walking normally and with only minor pain after 6 weeks. Great outcome.