Knee revision surgery is available at the following locations
What is knee revision?
Knee revision is a procedure that involves replacing a patient’s artificial knee joint with a new one.
Why would I need a knee revision?
Knee revision surgery is for people who have already had a knee replacement. It is usually necessary when their original implant has failed. Injury, wear and tear, loosening and infection are among the most common indications.
How knee revision works
During knee surgery, the old implant is removed and replaced with specialised knee revision implants. The surgery takes longer than a primary knee replacement procedure.
Where is knee revision available?
Knee revision surgery is available both privately and with the NHS. The current NHS waiting time is around 18 weeks but can be longer. Private knee revision surgery is available via Practice Plus Group. The waiting time for surgery is around two to four weeks.
Why choose Practice Plus Group?
At Practice Plus Group Hospitals, we’re passionate about giving patients a positive experience and excellent clinical outcomes, with personalised care every step of the way. Whether you’re paying for yourself or using private medical insurance, with our short waiting times, unrivalled Care Quality Commission (CQC) ratings and high levels of cleanliness and infection control, we’ll make sure you’re looked after. In fact, we were the first provider to have all services rated ‘Good’ or ‘Outstanding’ by the CQC.