We offer the following
Total Hip Replacement
Whether you have just begun exploring treatment options or have already decided to undergo hip replacement surgery, this information will help you understand the benefits and limitations of total hip replacement. If you decide to have one, we recommend the Exeter hip replacement. With 50 years of clinical history, the Exeter hip has demonstrated successful clinical performance in peer-reviewed medical journals and national joint registries.
Robotic arm assisted surgery
Mr Shakokani is a ‘Mako certified’ hip replacement specialist by Stryker. He is delighted to offer robotic-assisted hip replacements to his patients at The Nuffield Health Cambridge Hospital.
Revision Hip Surgery
A hip revision procedure (re do) involves removing and replacing a worn, loosened, or infected implant in order to relieve pain and improve the function of the joint. In the majority of cases, hip revision surgery is more complex and time-consuming , it’s likely that you’ll be in hospital for longer than you were for the first operation, and the recovery process overall may take longer.
Total Knee Replacement
The surgery is done to alleviate pain caused by moderate to severe knee arthritis. More than 90% of knee replacement surgeries are considered successful, meaning that after recovery patients have both less knee pain and improved knee function.
Arthroscopy is a type of keyhole surgery used to diagnose and treat problems with joints. The equipment used is very small, so only small cuts in the skin are needed. This means it has some advantages over "open" surgery, including:
less pain after the operation
faster healing time
lower risk of infection
you can often go home the same day
you may be able to return to normal activities more quickly