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How To Get Your Knee Injury Treated Quickly

A Comprehensive Guide to Getting the Most Out of Your Appointment As NHS waiting lists for knee surgery continue to grow, many patients are understandably concerned about the time it may take to receive the needed treatment. However, there is a proactive approach that patients can take to reduce their wait time and expedite their […]

Professor Chapman-Sheath Proudly Announces Sponsorship Partnerships for 2024

Professor Philip Chapman-Sheath is proud to announce for 2024 he will sponsor not just one, but several esteemed sports teams this upcoming season. In a show of support for the sporting community, Professor Chapman-Sheath will lend his patronage to Hampshire Rugby Football Union’s impressive U15 teams, as well as the esteemed Trojans U18 Rugby Academy, […]

How to avoid knee injuries playing hockey

All of us during our sporting career will be aware of minor aches and pains during and after high-impact sports-related training and match sessions. For the vast majority of us, these will be short-term issues such as overuse and inflammation-related problems to the muscles and tendons around the knee which invariably settle within a few […]

Professor Chapman-Sheath announces new Channel Island knee clinic

Channel Island patients can now benefit from being able to access the expertise of one of the UK’s leading knee surgeons, closer to home. Professor Philip Chapman-Sheath is delighted to inform Channel Island patients that he is now holding regular private outpatient consultations in Jersey. His new clinic will be held once a month at […]

Professor Chapman-Sheath introduces interactive app to improve patient’s care pathway

Professor Philip Chapman-Sheath has partnered with ’myrecovery’ – an app that has been designed to help patients receive the highest level of support throughout their preparation and recovery from knee surgery. Using the app can help patients have the best chance of an excellent outcome. Philip’s patients can download the myrecovery ‘digital companion’ and receive […]

Knee arthroscopy: The procedure, advantages and recovery

An arthroscopy is a ‘keyhole’ daycase surgical procedure, performed under a general anaesthetic, that specialist knee surgeons use to visualise, diagnose and treat many different problems inside the native or even replaced knee joint. We all know that degenerative osteoarthritis, inflammation and accidental injuries can damage bones, cartilage, ligaments, muscles and tendons. For ALL conditions […]

Lancet publishes outcomes of trial for effectiveness of partial and total knee replacements in patients with osteoarthritis

The Lancet has published the 5-year outcomes of a randomised controlled trial: The Total or Partial Knee Arthroscopy Trial (TOPKAT). The purpose of the trial, of which Professor Chapman-Sheath was part of the study group, was to assess the clinical effectiveness and cost-effectiveness of total knee replacements (TKR) versus partial knee replacements (PKR) in patients […]

Educational Knee Surgery Update at Southampton Football Club

Physiotherapists, osteopaths, sports rehab professionals and chiropractors attended an evening at Southampton Football Club’s (SFC) Staplewood Training Ground to hear Mr Chapman-Sheath deliver an educational lecture: ‘Advances in Surgical Treatment of the Knee’. The event was well attended and there was plenty of sharing of best practice ideas and information around treatments to prevent injury. […]