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An introduction to Clinic 03, which boasts 3 operating theatres, 4 wards with 60 beds, 6 ICU's, MRI, CT, Sonography and X-ray facilities.

Knee Arthroscopy | £1800

 

Knee Arthroscopy with Ligament

Reconstruction & Rehabilitation | £2300

 


Arthroscopy of the knee is the most the most frequently performed type of orthopedic surgery. This minimally invasive procedure can give a new lease of life to people whose knee joint has become worn, weakened or badly damaged, causing pain and difficulty moving.

 

Price Includes:

 

  • Consultation
  • Pre-op tests
  • Operation
  • Anesthesia
  • 2 - 3 day stay at clinic
  • All material
  • Food
  • Medicine
  • Rehabilitation
  • Medical equipment
  • Postoperative medicine


In Detail

 

The procedure involves examining and repairing any damage to the knee through a ‘keyhole’, without the need for full joint replacement surgery, which means a greatly reduced recovery period. Basic arthroscopy includes examination and cleaning of the knee, including removing any object which may cause pain such as bone fragments. Reconstructive arthroscopy includes surgical repair of ligament damage, together with post-op rehabilitation.

Pre-Op

 

Before your surgery, you will undergo a wealth of pre-op tests in conjunction with the clinic's state-of the art imaging centre, including EKG, laboratory tests, X- ray examination of the heart and lungs, dental, gynaecological and urological examination, in part to inform use of medication for the control of blood coagulation.

 

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Anesthetic

 

General anesthesia or spinal anesthesia (which numbs the lower extremities by introducing anesthetic into the spinal canal) is used, potentially combined with regional anesthesia. To reduce intraoperative bleeding, a pneumatic tourniquet is used, positioned roughly at the midpoint of the thigh. Regional anesthesia is most often used to reduce postoperative pain. This involves a blockade of the femoral nerve, particularly in surgery on cruciate ligaments. The blockade lasts for 24-48 hours after surgery, substantially cutting back on the need for opiates.

The Clinic

 

The clinic boasts three operating theatres, 4 wards containing 60 beds, and 6 ICU's, as well as MRI, CT, Sonography and X-ray facilities. Your knee arthroscopy will be performed in the clinic's specialized center for orthopedics, which is fitted with the latest high quality equipment supplied by renowned manufacturers, including a Smith & Nephew arthroscopic system which allows minimally invasive surgery. The clinic guarantees supra-sceptic conditions and disposable surgical props are used. The highly qualified and experienced team aim to provide a pain-free experience through careful use of sedation, anesthetic and post-surgery painkillers. The procedure takes approximately 90 minutes and is normally performed under local anesthetic and sedation.

 

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Post-Op

 

The procedure is normally performed under local anesthetic and sedation. Before your surgery, you will undergo a wealth of pre-op tests. You will stay in the clinic for 2 to 3 nights.

 

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Rehabilitation Centre

 

 

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The new specialist rehabilitation centre boast a wealth of equipment designed to enable an array of therapies - in order to provide the best post-operative recovery.

 

The centre is lead by a doctor with specialized qualifications in the field, with the therapeutic team made up of mostly university-educated professional physiotherapists.