You'll have access to non-surgical and surgical treatments including minimally invasive procedures for meniscal repair, ACL reconstruction and total knee replacement surgery.

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Your guide to

Knee conditions and treatment

The largest joint in the human body, the knee is where three bones come together – the thigh bone (femur), the shin bone (tibia) and the kneecap (patella). Add to these your knee ligaments and cartilage and it’s easy to understand why you need a specialist to accurately diagnose the result of a knee injury or the cause of knee pain. Whatever your condition, we can offer you treatment options to get you back to everyday activities, and your sport and exercise routines.

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Orthopaedic consultants

Meet our knee experts

You’ll find our knee consultants located right across our leading London hospitals: London Bridge Hospital, The Wellington Hospital in north London, The Princess Grace Hospital in central London, and The Lister Hospital in Chelsea. Our children’s orthopaedic consultants are based at The Portland Hospital for Children, also in London, just south of Regent’s Park. And our specialist knee and orthopaedic network extends to just south of Manchester, at The Wilmslow Hospital in Cheshire, and the West Midlands, at The Harborne Hospital.

Common knee conditions

ACL injury: Anterior cruciate ligament injury and treatment

A full or partial tear of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) can stop you from doing some of your favourite sports, exercise or hobbies. HCA UK’s knee specialists can accurately diagnose a torn or ruptured ACL and suggest the best way to manage your injury. 

Private Meniscal Injury Treatments

From complex knee surgery to diagnostic tests and procedures, we provide exceptional orthopaedic care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

Knee pain

From complex knee surgery to diagnostic tests and procedures, we provide exceptional orthopaedic care across our network of hospitals, outpatient centres and specialist clinics.

Common knee treatments

Ultrasound-guided injections


A corticosteroid injection, guided by ultrasound, can be an effective way to treat joint pain caused by a sports injury

Private knee arthroscopy - Cost & Recovery | HCA UK

A knee arthroscopy, also referred to as knee keyhole surgery, is a minimally invasive procedure used to evaluate and treat conditions like cartilage damage and arthritis.  

Knee replacement surgery (Total and Partial)


Knee replacement surgery can help to relieve chronic pain in your knee joint and improve your range of movement

Orthopaedics at HCA UK

Patient experiences

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Paying for your own treatment

For patients who are self-funding their partial or total knee replacement surgery, we offer fixed price packages. To help with budgeting and give you peace of mind before treatment, your consultant will advise you on whether you qualify for one or more of these options.

  • Standard partial knee replacement including prosthesis: £13,287
  • Robotic-assisted partial knee replacement or custom prosthesis: £14,420
  • Standard total knee replacement including prosthesis: £15,708
  • Robotic-assisted total knee replacement or custom prosthesis: £16,892
How to book an appointment

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Booking your appointment

To book your HCA UK appointment with one of our knee experts, you can call or book online using our consultant finder. Remember to have your referral letter to hand. If you have private medical insurance, you’ll also need your membership number and authorisation code. We’ll confirm your appointment on the phone or online.  If you have any special requests we’ll get back to you, either by phone or email within 24 hours.