Do you suffer from knee pain in middle age? A high tibial osteotomy is a joint preservation procedure that will extend the use of your own knee by several years.
Pain relief lasts up to a period of 10 years. Would you not rather have this instead of a knee replacement if you are eligible? See who is eligible for this operation
Who are the right patients for this operation?
- Bow legs with or without knee pain
- Non obese patients
- have a good range of motion,
- The ligaments should be intact.
It is not indicated for patients with rheumatoid arthritis.
An additional cartilage regeneration procedure may be required in some patients.
How do I do it?
I perform an opening wedge osteotomy. In this procedure, I perform an osteotomy( bone cut) on the inner side of the leg bone and fix it by a plate.
The patient is usually hospitalized for 2- 3 days. Weight bearing is possible soon after the procedure.
To get this procedure e mail firstname.lastname@example.org.