Our wonderful community of 'KNEEgeeks' have stuck with us over the three decades since KNEEguru was first launched.

This page shows the Community activities and venues, to make it easy for everyone to keep in touch. These include :

 

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Forum

Many thousands of knee discussions -

After you register, and have your email confirmed, you will be able to participate actively in discussions - asking questions, giving advice, maintaining your own diary and adding calendar dates. After you have 20 posts, you will be able to send and receive private messages.

 

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'Be Social'

Multiple Social Media venues -

Click through to see all our Social Media venues. Some are busier that others but there is plenty of variety and you are sure to find a topic of interest.

 

 

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Readers' Blogs

Blogs from past readers -

We have discontinued inviting readers to blog on the main content part of the site, because it often cause confusion as some people thought it was the forum. Also, forum members really seem to like using the Forum Diaries, and that seems to be a more sensible place for ongoing information. However, the old blogs are valuable and we will keep them there for now.

 

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Contributions from Patients

Benefit from articles written by patients -

There is nothing like hearing the story from someone who has been experiencing the same kind of problems as you have. Some of our readers have sent us really interesting material that we are happy to publish.

 

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Testimonials

Read the testimonials -

Readers frequently write in with nice things to say about this site. It is wonderful to get encouragement because KNEEguru is really a 'labour of love'. 

 

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Live Events

Join a live event -

We will notify people when we hold a live event - usually in the News section of the Forum or by mailing people on our Newsletter list.

 

 

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Volunteering

keeping the forum a safe place -

Several volunteers regularly police the forum for spam, and take time to help newcomers to find their way around and to get answers to their problems.

 

 

Donations

Donations

donations are welcome -

We work hard to keep the website free of annoying but lucrative advertising. Every donation helps us to cover our costs .

 

 

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