Listed below are several examples of the procedures carried out by James. This is intended to provide information to help you, the patient, decide on whether surgery is the right thing for you and what the right procedure is.
Please read the sections below but remember that this advice is best obtained from someone whose opinion you trust such as your general practitioner or physiotherapist. Finding the right surgeon is very important. You will need to discuss your own situation and personal day-to-day demands in order to decide with your surgeon what to do and when to do it.
James is happy to give advice regarding managing hip, knee and foot and ankle injuries/problems before the need for surgery. He can offer advice on injury rehabilitation and returning appropriately to normal activity/sport.
Please click on the procedures in bold to understand more. Should you have any questions relating to the procedures or would like to make an appointment, please call 0845 850 1451 for Spire Parkway or 0121 353 2444 for Spire Little Aston and ask for an appointment with James.
Appointments are usually Wednesday evenings, Thursday mornings or Friday evenings (new patients only) at Spire Parkway and Monday evenings at Spire Little Aston.
1.Total knee replacement (or total knee arthroplasty)
2.Partial knee replacement (unicompartmental knee replacement and patellofemoral joint replacement)
3.Revision knee replacement (or “re-do” knee replacement)
Soft Tissue Knee Surgery
4.Arthroscopy (key-hole surgery to the knee)
5.Meniscal surgery (surgery to the meniscus, “footballer’s” or “sportsman’s” cartilage)
6.Particular cartilage surgery
i) Synthetic articular cartilage scaffold – Maio Regen (Finceramica and JRI product)
7.Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (ACL reconstruction)
8.Treatment for pain at the front of the knee (anterior knee pain)
9.Surgery for knee-cap instability (patella instability)
10.Treatment for Sports Injuries
11.Treatment of tendon injuries (e.g. tennis elbow, golfer’s elbow, Achilles tendinopathy/Achilles tendinitis, jumper’s knee)
12.Treatment of heel pain e.g. plantar fascilitis
13.Knee & Hip Arthritis
14.Managing knee & hip arthritis – the non-surgical approach
15.Distal femoral osteotomy for lateral knee arthritis (re-aligning the thigh bone to treat wear and tear of the outer part of the knee)