All posts by Adrian Wilson

Bilateral partial knee replacements in a kickboxer

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Robert at 57 had bilateral unicompartmental knee replacements (2016). After 8 months he is doing really well and wants to do his 3rd Dan in kickboxing in 2018! Robert came to see me last year (2016) complaining of severe lateral knee pain on both sides. He was in varus (bow-legged) and not suitable for osteotomy surgery because he already […]

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Unusual bilateral tibial osteotomy for knock-knee deformity

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Neil is a really great example of someone who has had bilateral valgus (knock knees) – but interestingly his deformity was in the tibia rather than the femur. So he had bilateral tibial correction for his knock-kneed alignment, where more commonly the osteotomy would be in the femur. He has done brilliantly. He first came […]

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Double-level osteotomy – femur and tibia

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Richard is a very fit and active 56-year old gentleman who has his own business. After his own internet research he went forward with a double-level (femur and tibia) osteotomy, and has not regretted it. He developed medial knee pain on the left side and noticed quite a bowing of his leg which was getting […]

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Multi-ligament injury in 60 year old skier

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Rob is an amazing case of how an older active skier can still do well with an internal brace repair even after a multi-ligament injury. Rob is a 60 year old gentleman who skis in the Alps and to a good standard. I gathered he is normally a very fit and active gentleman who does rock […]

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Correcting valgus despite previous knee replacement

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Julian is a very interesting case where I ended up straightening his leg via osteotomy many years after a knee replacement. He was 56 when he first came to see me. He was a very active gentleman but had severe valgus osteoarthritis – in other words he was knock-kneed with worn out lateral compartments. His […]

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Amazing joint case

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This is a very interesting case and took a lot of organising. This gentleman was involved in a very nasty road traffic accident approximately two years ago, and he sustained a knee dislocation when he was struck by a car. He ended up having significant neurological damage (nerve damage) at the back and the side […]

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ACL Repair in an elite lacrosse player

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Georgina is an 18 year old who had a revolutionary ACL repair and is back playing in the England adult lacrosse team and did so at four months after surgery. It usually takes a year to get to the point where it is safe to play that kind of sport. Georgina was in the senior GB team […]

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Osteotomy – both sides at the same time

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David’s Story…in his own words I had a Bilateral Op at the Candover Clinic Basingstoke in early December 2016, performed by Professor Adrian Wilson. “As a result of working in the construction industry and being a keen squash player I was in constant pain in both my knees, which were badly bowed. Having seen various […]

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International Congress of Concepts and Innovations June 2017

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It was great to see over 200 delegates at the meeting. The programme was very comprehensive in covering new and exciting topics around surgery surgery. Prof Philip Schoettle – who is a very good friend of mine – invited me and was one of the co-convenors. Philip spoke about ACL repair and talked about his […]

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Newcastle osteotomy masterclass July 2017

Northern Osteotomy Class 2017

The Northern Osteotomy Course was this week (July 2017) up in Newcastle, and it was the third meeting at the St James Park Venue. The course was organised by Matt Dawson and David Elson, and the rest of the UK osteotomy team were there to support them – myself, Mike Risebury, Chris Wilson and our […]

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