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We are knee specialists
We are experts in knee care, it's all we do, and we're here to get you back to enjoying life once again. You can self refer to the practice without the need for a GP or Physiotherapists letter.
"Everything we do is focused on you, giving you the fast personal care and guidance you deserve. We are passionate about our results, which is reflected in our practice"
- Dr Andy Cossey. Knee Surgeon & Founder
Debbie Drain - Karate Instructor
"Mr Cossey through his expertise of knees and outstanding surgical abilities has given me back the ability to walk limp and pain free and to do the job that I love.
I would HIGHLY recommend Mr Cossey – I am living life to the full once more!”
"In retrospect, going privately was a “no-brainer”. Within 3 weeks of contacting his practice, I had seen Mr Cossey twice, had a scan, had my pre-op assessment, and had the arthroscopy operation. All that was done before I had received any contact from the NHS physio department”
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Knee injuries account for well over a third of ski injuries. Of this the commonest musculoskeletal injury skier’s sustain is a non-contact twist to the knee, typically on an implanted ski. Injuries sustained through non-contact, or by direct contact with fellow enthusiasts, have a significant effect on both occupational and social activities therefore need treating […]Read More
What is an arthroscopy? An arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery used to diagnose and treat problems within joints. The procedure is most commonly used on the knee, but also on ankles, shoulders, elbows and the wrist. The procedure allows your Consultant to look inside a joint. It can also be used to treat […]Read More
Having a total knee replacement In today’s society having a knee replacement has become fairly common or routine, however it still remains a knee replacement is a major surgical procedure. It is important you feel fully informed about the procedure and your recovery, when considering ‘is the best treatment for me’? A knee replacement is […]Read More
What is a partial menisectomy? This surgical procedure is performed arthroscopically. Its aim is to remove or trim a torn meniscal cartilage within the knee joint. The meniscus, or cartilage, has an important role in protecting the knee providing shock absorption. The meniscus also enables joint lubrication whilst improving the joints stability. Often, a […]Read More
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