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Investigating your Knee Problem

If you have further questions and would like to discuss investigating your knee problem then please feel free to contact us here.

Alternatively you can book an appointment to see us by using the booking form on this page.

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Book a Consultation

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Investigating your knee problem

You will be asked a detailed series of questions about your knee problem followed by a thorough examination of your knee. Very often this will be enough to diagnose the problem. Often, additional tests are required to confirm the diagnosis and gather further information regarding your knee problem.

Below is a list of tests which you may need to undergo.

How to reduce the risks of surgery

Unfortunately, no operation is without risk. For most knee operations the risks are low. Prior to any operation, Mr Barnett will discuss in detail with you what the operation involves and what the specific risks are related to the procedure. You will find information relevant to most procedures on this website, however, below is some general advice to help reduce risk and the chance of a problem occurring.

Before your Operation

After the Operation