Knee Conditions

Manchester Hip and Knee Clinic provide their patients with the highest quality of care, incorporating non-surgical and surgical techniques, methods and a philosophy of treatment of musculoskeletal problems derived from Fellowship-training and experience garnered from the USA, Canada and Europe. Winston Kim is specialist Hip & Knee Surgeon, dedicated exclusively to Hip and Knee Surgery, performing over 170 hip & knee replacements and over 250 hip & knee arthroscopic procedures a year, including Hip Labral repairs and ACL reconstructions.

Knee Arthritis

Knee Arthritis

Over the last few months have you noticed increasing discomfort, aching and stiffness in your knees? Perhaps you have noticed a “grating” feeling or that your knee has odd lumps and bumps on it which never used to be there. You may have pain aggravated by turning or twisting movements.

Knee Meniscal Tears

Knee Meniscal Tears

Knee meniscal or soft “cartilage tears” of the knee are very common clinical problems. In general, there are 2 types of meniscal tears, traumatic or degenerate meniscal tears

Knee Arthroscopy / Key Hole Knee Surgery

Knee Arthroscopy / Key Hole Knee Surgery

Knee Arthroscopy is a procedure most commonly performed for soft tissue cartilage tears, known as mensical tears, loose bodies, cartilage defects due to early knee arthritis and for knee inflammation. Typical symptoms of a meniscal tear are an aching discomfort localised either to the inside (medial) or outside (lateral) of your knee.

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction

When you twist your knee or fall on it, you can tear a stabilising ligament that connects your thighbone to the shinbone. A complete anterior cruciate ligament injury does not heal on its own. Fortunately, reconstructive surgery can help many people recover their full function after an ACL injury.

Personalised Knee Replacements

Partial Knee replacement surgery

I have received enquires from patients regarding ‘Personalised Knee Replacements’. Personalised knee replacements refer to total knee replacements which are performed utilising MRI technology to produce personalised positioning guides to be used during the knee replacement.

Total / Partial Knee Replacement

Knee Replacement Surgery

A knee replacement, or arthroplasty is a surgical procedure in which the arthritic portions of the knee are removed and replaced with a new, artificial joint. The operation involves removing the damaged surfaces of the knee and replacing them with an artificial joint containing metal and plastic component. It is an extremely successful operation for the vast majority of people.

Revision Total Knee Replacement

Revision Total Knee Replacement

A primary or first time total knee replacement may fail years after the procedure or sooner. Failure may occur due to several possible causes including excessive wearing out of the component or the components may loosen.

Robotic Assisted Knee & Hip Replacement

Robotic Assisted Knee & Hip Replacement

Knee and hip replacements are common, successful surgical procedures where the worn out, damaged surface of the knee or hip surface is removed and replaced with an artificial joint. Approximately 160,000 hip and knee replacements are performed in England and Wales each year.