Learn about the knee


This part of the website has a number of large sections - Learning, Community, Specialists, Clinic and Shops. Here is a quick overview:


The 'Primers' are like little text books. They are at a very basic level, but should help you explore the common knee symptoms, problems and issues.Then you will be well positioned to move onto the more 'medspeak' sections without feeling too daunted.

The 'Courses' are more formal, and have all been developed with named experts, and will be illustrated to help you to follow the concepts.

The 'Articles' include short articles, journal interpretations, book and product reviews, news, and other bits that you might find interesting.

The 'Dictionary' will help you understand as you go along.

The 'Rehabilitation' section has exercises and explanations of rehab principles.

The 'Videos' section is a gallery of all our instructional videos.


This section is for specialists and patients to put forward their own views via 'Commentaries', Live Events (occasional) and 'Blogs'.


This is a massive searchable database of 'Specialists', with over 2000 knee surgeons listed, together with their contact details, as well as a growing database of physiotherapists and other involved professionals. We also list our 'Contributors' and have a growing 'Who's Who?' of surgeons with super-specialist interests.


Our searchable database of 'Knee clinics' is growing, and becoming a real resource as we work to cross reference the clinics and the knee specialists working within them.


We are also working on Amazon 'Shops', where you can browse for knee books and rehabilitation products that we feel worthy of listing. The KNEEguru website will earn a small commission on anything that you buy via this 'shopfront', so it helps us a bit, too.



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