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People come to Chris Bailey Orthopaedics with a huge variety of knee problems. Sometimes they’ll know a lot about their condition already, and the kind of treatment they need. Sometimes they’re just starting out and need expert advice about the best way forward. Whatever the case, we offer treatment plans for virtually every knee condition, from sport-related injuries to osteo-and rheumatoid arthritis. Many of our patients are seen within two weeks, or sooner where necessary, and we always aim to lay out the options in clear, jargon-free language that everyone can understand.

What happens

When you first book a consultation, Mr Bailey will sit down with you to discuss your symptoms and pain. We will also look at how the condition is affecting your lifestyle. What kinds of activities is it preventing you from doing? Where would you like to get to with your treatment in the coming months? We’ll carry out a full examination, and you will be referred for appropriate x-rays and scans. This can happen either before or after your initial consultation. We also operate a fast-track clinic on Wednesday mornings where you can be scanned and seen by Mr Bailey directly afterwards. This option is particularly useful for people coming from further afield: it’s a one-stop shop that helps to streamline the treatment process.

Whatever the next step in your treatment, we will work with you to find the very best possible solution for your condition. Mr Bailey’s advice and procedures are patient-led, and his approach is...

  • Holistic: we look at the full range of options available for your knee, from pain management and activity modification to physiotherapy.
  • Conservative: surgery can provide excellent results, but it’s just one avenue for treatment; ideally, it should be the last resort.
  • Collaborative: Mr Bailey works with a highly experienced and motivated team of nurses, radiologists, physiotherapists and anaesthetists who know each other very well.

More information:

Knee conditions and treatments

Full range of Knee Conditions

  • Meniscal tears (torn cartilage)
  • Chondral (lining cartilage) injuries
  • Osteoarthritis
  • Rheumatoid arthritis
  • ACL/ PCL injuries
  • Collateral ligament injuries
  • Kneecap  disorders
  • Fractures
  • Muscle and tendon injuries
  • Painful knee replacement (revision procedures)

Full range of Knee Treatments

  • ACL Reconstruction
  • Arthroscopy
  • Cartilage Surgery
  • Knee Replacement: full
  • Knee Replacement: partial
  • Lateral Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
  • Medial Patellofemoral Ligament Reconstruction
  • Medial Unicompartmental Knee Replacement
  • Meniscal Repair
  • Osteotomy
  • Patellofemoral Realignment
  • Patellofemoral Replacement
  • Popliteal Treatment (Baker’s Cyst)
  • Removal of Loose Bodies
  • Total Knee Replacements with robotic technology

Stryker Mako robotic technology

Knee replacement surgery with robotic technology.

Medical science keeps advancing and improving year by year – and so does the technology we use in our treatments.

One of the biggest developments in recent orthopaedics has been the introduction of robot-assisted surgery for joint replacement, which Mr Bailey has been performing at the Nuffield Wessex hospital since its arrival in 2019

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