British Association for Sports and Exercise Medicine 

The British Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine (BASEM) is the leading multidisciplinary sport and exercise medicine membership organisation in the United Kingdom with a core responsibility of providing leadership, education, and support for all. 

The ATTUNE Knee System 

The ATTUNE Knee System is a state-of-the-art knee replacement system that’s been provided to more than 1.5 million people worldwide since 2011. To find information on the state of the art Attune knee replacement visit the link below. 

Meniscus transplant 

If you have a complete or sub-total loss of your meniscus cartilage then before arthritis sets in you may be suitable for a meniscus transplant. Mr Edwards is a principal investigator in the Meteor2 study comparing directed physiotherapy with meniscal transplant. 

Why are there so many knee injuries in women’s football? 

A BBC sport article reports that research by world governing body Fifa has suggested that female footballers are between two and six times more likely to suffer ACL injury because of physiological differences such as generally wider hips, which increase the leg's angle into the knee, and under-developed muscles which prevent the knee from turning in upon landing. 

Ortho Consent 

To find additional information regarding the risks associated with your procedure please visit the orthoconsent website. 

nSTRIDE® knee pain treatment 

Living with constant Osteoarthritis knee pain can make you feel like you’re losing parts of who you are, unable to do the things you love and left feeling isolated from family and friends. A treatment like nSTRIDE could allow you to become active again1 and get back in control of the life you want to lead. 

Partial knee replacements for single compartment arthritis are safer than total knee replacement 

According to researchers in Oxford people undergoing partial knee replacement surgery, in which only the parts of the knee affected by osteoarthritis are removed, have fewer complications, are less likely to be readmitted to hospital and less likely to die. 

A national review of adult elective orthopaedic services in England 

Prof Tim Briggs has visited over 200 hospitals in England in order to review orthopaedic practices in light of the GRIFT report. The results of these visits and interactions are contained in this report and are a ‘call to action’ to all, namely, clinicians, healthcare workers, commissioners, politicians, to work together to ensure that all our patients receive the highest standards of orthopaedic care wherever they reside. 
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