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Tel 01606 43107 |  sales@incamesh.co.uk

My Knee Doc – Specialist Knee Surgeon

My Knee Doc gives you detailed information about your knee problem and advice on the best treatment to get you moving again. Orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Gareth Stables, specialises in knee surgery, and sports injuries. In particular, key-hole surgery (arthroscopy), knee ligament surgery, knee re-alignment surgery and knee replacement surgery.

My Knee Doc – Specialist Knee Surgeon

My Knee Doc gives you detailed information about your knee problem and advice on the best treatment to get you moving again. Orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Gareth Stables, specialises in knee surgery, and sports injuries. In particular, key-hole surgery (arthroscopy), knee ligament surgery, knee re-alignment surgery and knee replacement surgery.

Don’t Put Up With Your Knee Pain Any Longer. Call 0161 464 6399 Today!

Sports Injuries Information

High patient satisfaction scores

96% of patients would recommend us to friends and family
99% were happy with the information provided at their appointment
90% of patients were happy with the time of their appointment
86% of patients found it easy to park at the clinic
100% of patients felt they were listened to

High patient satisfaction scores

96% of patients would recommend us to friends and family

99% were happy with the information provided at their appointment

90% of patients were happy with the time of their appointment

86% of patients found it easy to park at the clinic

100% of patients felt that they were listened to

Knee Conditions Information
  • Keeping your knees healthy is key to keeping a healthy and active lifestyle. As one of the largest joints in your body, it plays a vital role in your day-to-day life. Read More

  • Cartilage in your knee is also known as the meniscus. It acts as a shock absorber between your thighbone and shin bone (femur and tibia). When the meniscus is damaged it can put a lot of strain on your knee and cause the joint surface cartilage to wear. Read More

  • Arthritis is a term that means inflammation of the joints. Although there are many types of arthritis, most knee pain is caused by just three types: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis. Read More

  • The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is one of the most important ligaments in your knee, connecting the thighbone (femur) with the shinbone (tibia). ACL tears commonly occur when playing sports involving rapid movements and changes in direction, such as football, basketball, rugby or netball. Read More

  • The knee joint is held tightly together by four main ligaments: the inner and outer “hinge” ligaments (medial and lateral collateral ligaments) and the crossing (cruciate) ligaments, which sit in the middle of the joint (the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments). Sports, whether contact or ‘non-contact’, including football, rugby, basketball and netball, usually involve rapid twisting movements of the knee. Knee injuries with these sports are extremely common. Read More

  • A special cartilage known as the articular cartilage forms the surface of a joint. Damage to the joint surface can happen following an injury when a piece can be broken off. It can also happen due to conditions such as osteochondritis dessicans or more gradually with osteoarthritis and from simple wear and tear. Read More

  • When you experience pain on the outside of your knee, it could be a sign of iliotibial band syndrome. Iliotibial band syndrome is most common in runners, especially after they increase their workouts. It’s essentially an overuse injury. Read More. 

  • Medial plica syndrome can be a highly painful condition that frequently affects runners and other athletes. The most common symptom is pain at the front and inner side of the knee. Read More

  • Osteochondritis dessicans (OCD) is a condition where a piece of the joint surface (articular cartilage and bone) becomes loose and sometimes breaks off completely from the surface of the joint. OCD typically presents with pain in the knee. It may begin after a specific injury, but can often develop over several months in highly active people. Read More

  • Considered an overuse injury, Osgood-Schlatter Disease (OSD) is the most common cause of knee pain in kids between the ages 9 and 14 years. It causes pain a few centimetres below the knee cap. Read More. 

  • Patellar tendinopathy causes pain in the patella tendon during running, jumping, stair-climbing, squatting, or any other movement requiring rapid, forceful knee straightening. Read More

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Knee Conditions Information
  • Keeping your knees healthy is key to keeping a healthy and active lifestyle. As one of the largest joints in your body, it plays a vital role in your day-to-day life. Read More

  • Cartilage in your knee is also known as the meniscus. It acts as a shock absorber between your thighbone and shin bone (femur and tibia). When the meniscus is damaged it can put a lot of strain on your knee and cause the joint surface cartilage to wear. Read More

  • Arthritis is a term that means inflammation of the joints. Although there are many types of arthritis, most knee pain is caused by just three types: osteoarthritis, rheumatoid arthritis, and post-traumatic arthritis. Read More

  • The Anterior Cruciate Ligament is one of the most important ligaments in your knee, connecting the thighbone (femur) with the shinbone (tibia). ACL tears commonly occur when playing sports involving rapid movements and changes in direction, such as football, basketball, rugby or netball. Read More

  • The knee joint is held tightly together by four main ligaments: the inner and outer “hinge” ligaments (medial and lateral collateral ligaments) and the crossing (cruciate) ligaments, which sit in the middle of the joint (the anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments). Sports, whether contact or ‘non-contact’, including football, rugby, basketball and netball, usually involve rapid twisting movements of the knee. Knee injuries with these sports are extremely common. Read More

  • A special cartilage known as the articular cartilage forms the surface of a joint. Damage to the joint surface can happen following an injury when a piece can be broken off. It can also happen due to conditions such as osteochondritis dessicans or more gradually with osteoarthritis and from simple wear and tear. Read More

  • When you experience pain on the outside of your knee, it could be a sign of iliotibial band syndrome. Iliotibial band syndrome is most common in runners, especially after they increase their workouts. It’s essentially an overuse injury. Read More. 

  • Medial plica syndrome can be a highly painful condition that frequently affects runners and other athletes. The most common symptom is pain at the front and inner side of the knee. Read More

  • Osteochondritis dessicans (OCD) is a condition where a piece of the joint surface (articular cartilage and bone) becomes loose and sometimes breaks off completely from the surface of the joint. OCD typically presents with pain in the knee. It may begin after a specific injury, but can often develop over several months in highly active people. Read More

  • Considered an overuse injury, Osgood-Schlatter Disease (OSD) is the most common cause of knee pain in kids between the ages 9 and 14 years. It causes pain a few centimetres below the knee cap. Read More. 

  • Patellar tendinopathy causes pain in the patella tendon during running, jumping, stair-climbing, squatting, or any other movement requiring rapid, forceful knee straightening. Read More

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Testimonials

Here are just a few reasons to choose My Knee Doc from some of our patients.

  • “I had a cartilage tear that was causing me pain and stopping me from doing things I wanted to do. After my arthroscopy I noticed an immediate improvement in my symptoms. I’m back on the golf course again!”

    Mr I J – Knee arthroscopy for a torn cartilage.

  • “I had been using sticks and a walking frame for years because of my knee arthritis. Now less than 2 months after my knee replacement surgery I can walk up and down stairs and to the shops and I don’t need my sticks anymore! I can’t thank Mr Stables enough.”

    Mrs M S –  6 weeks following knee replacement surgery  for osteoarthritis.

  • “I’m loving the fact I can walk without pain.”

    Mrs SK – following a knee arthroscopy and chondroplasty procedure for a damaged joint surface

  • “I’m well chuffed!  My knee is loads better; I can use the stairs at work now with no problems.”

    Mrs M D –following a successful knee arthroscopy & chondroplasty procedure to treat a cartilage tear and damaged joint surface.

  • “I was provided with a balanced prognosis of my condition with clear options on potential treatments. Was not pressured to make an automatic decision for surgery.”

    Patient seen by Mr Stables at Spire Cheshire Hospital

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Contact Mr Gareth Stables to book an appointment

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Testimonials

Here are just a few reasons to choose My Knee Doc from some of our patients.

  • “I had a cartilage tear that was causing me pain and stopping me from doing things I wanted to do. After my arthroscopy I noticed an immediate improvement in my symptoms. I’m back on the golf course again!”

    Mr I J – Knee arthroscopy for a torn cartilage.

  • “I had been using sticks and a walking frame for years because of my knee arthritis. Now less than 2 months after my knee replacement surgery I can walk up and down stairs and to the shops and I don’t need my sticks anymore! I can’t thank Mr Stables enough.”

    Mrs M S –  6 weeks following knee replacement surgery  for osteoarthritis.

  • “I’m loving the fact I can walk without pain.”

    Mrs SK – following a knee arthroscopy and chondroplasty procedure for a damaged joint surface

  • “I’m well chuffed!  My knee is loads better; I can use the stairs at work now with no problems.”

    Mrs M D –following a successful knee arthroscopy & chondroplasty procedure to treat a cartilage tear and damaged joint surface.

  • “I was provided with a balanced prognosis of my condition with clear options on potential treatments. Was not pressured to make an automatic decision for surgery.”

    Patient seen by Mr Stables at Spire Cheshire Hospital

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Contact Mr Gareth Stables to book an appointment

Keep Up To Date

Keep on running! Getting ready for the marathon season ? Don’t let knee pain slow you down. ... See MoreSee Less

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When considering #knee #surgery it’s always important to have realistic #goals . Talk about your goals with your surgeon, ask questions and hopefully you will be able to form some sensible and goal directed targets for your treatment. Thinking about knee surgery? Need some advice ? Call 01614646398 to make an appointment with My Knee Doc ... See MoreSee Less

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