Knee pain

From casual walkers to professional sports players, knee pain can affect anyone. See our consultants Prices & payment Enquiries & appointments

Our knees are put under a lot of strain over a lifetime. We all overdo it sometimes and knee problems can affect anyone. If you are experiencing knee pain that’s affecting your mobility, and doesn’t ease with rest or pain medication, our specialists can help.

Keeping you pain free and healthy

The first step is to have a consultation with one of our specialists to get the diagnosis you need for a full and fast recovery. Your Consultant will ask you about your lifestyle and medical history to determine possible causes of your knee pain, and you may be referred to our Diagnostic Imaging services to assist a diagnosis.

We offer the following treatments to diagnose and treat knee strains and pain:

  • Diagnostic Imaging
    • X-Ray, CT and MRI
  • Physical Therapy
  • Outpatient procedures such as joint injections
  • Surgery (such as a knee arthroscopy or replacement)

Prices & payment

We offer a guide price of:

Knee arthroscopy
£3,000
Knee replacement
£10,200
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You can use your private medical insurance to pay for your care as well You can use your private medical insurance to pay for your care as well

The guide price is based on the usual clinical needs of patients. For more information, please see our terms and conditions.

Personal medical loans

Payment to suit you with 0% and fixed rate interest options.

Following an appointment with your Consultant, you can apply for a loan to cover the cost of your treatment. With interest free finance at Representative 0% APR (fixed) along with longer term fixed rate loans, there is an option for everyone.

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Knee Pain FAQs

Do I need a knee replacement?

Knee pain won’t necessarily result in the need for a total knee replacement, as it depends on the root cause of the pain. For some cases, the recommended treatment may be a course of Physical Therapy or injections, but, where the joint itself becomes severely damaged, it may be necessary to consider replacement surgery. Your Consultant will discuss the best options for your treatment with you.

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