Posted on Nov 02, 2018
Robotic-assisted knee surgery involves the use of a specialised surgical robot to try and increase or improve the accuracy of the surgery. When conventional knee replacements are carried out, surgeons rely on measuring with rulers and measuring angles with protractors to try and put the knee in the best possible position. This process can be reasonably accurate, with around 80% of patients who have had knee replacements being delighted with the final results. The use of the robot allows a greater degree of accuracy, and to position the knee replacement in the perfect position.
Posted on Sep 03, 2018
Charles Willi-Owen racing in the cycling world championships
Posted on Jul 02, 2018
Charles Willis-Owen now at the BPC - the best self-funded Orthopaedic Surgery prices around
Posted on Jun 30, 2018
Charles Willis-Owen top knee surgeon takes some time off work to qualify for the cycling World Championships.
Posted on May 04, 2018
Charles Willis-Owen, Sports and Knee expert talks about assessing knee injuries, robot knee surgery and more...
Posted on May 02, 2018
Cryo chamber use for exercise recovery
Posted on May 01, 2018
Charles gets bike training in Girona with some old friends in readiness for another attempt at the World Champs
Posted on Feb 01, 2018
Charles get recognition as one of the top doctors
Posted on Nov 27, 2017
The BMI is offering 20% off the hospital fees for surgery for a limited time only.
Posted on Oct 18, 2017
Most of us realise that the NHS is out of money with waiting times for emergency and planned care rising. You may have seen in the press recently how a variety of plans have been drawn up to limit access to knee surgery.