Mr Peter Misur - North Shore Hip, Knee & Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon
Private Service, Orthopaedics
Hip, Knee & Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon
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Procedures / Treatments
A hip replacement is a very effective means of alleviating pain from an arthritic or damaged joint. An incision is made on the side of the thigh to allow the surgeon access to the hip joint while causing a minimum of soft tissue disruption.… More
A hip resurfacing is a form of hip replacement which is generally reserved for younger and more active patients.… More
A knee replacement is used to alleviate the pain of an arthritic joint.… More
Revision Joint Replacement
Long-standing hip and knee replacements may eventually wear. Typically this takes many years to occur and is likely to become less common with the development of more advanced artificial materials. Badly worn components may require revision surgery to replace.… More
Knee arthroscopy (key-hole surgery) involves a small incision at the front of the knee for the introduction of a small camera (arthroscope.) This allows the surgeon to look inside the joint, identify problems and, in some cases, make repairs to damaged tissue.… More
Knee Meniscus Surgery
The knee has two c-shaped cartilages called 'menisci.' These function as shock-absorbers within the knee, distributing load within the joint.… More
Knee Ligament Reconstruction
The knee joint has four main stabilising ligaments. Not all knee ligament injuries require surgery.… More
Patella (Knee-cap) Stabilisation
A dislocation of the knee cap (patella) may occur on a single occasion and not require any surgical intervention.… More
An 'osteotomy' is the surgical division of a crooked or bent bone to improve alignment of the limb.… More
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This page was last updated at 10:41AM on September 8, 2021. This information is reviewed and edited by Mr Peter Misur - North Shore Hip, Knee & Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon.