nikhil pradhan's
 Cheshire Hip and Knee Clinic

Specialist: Knee Surgery, Hip Surgery, Sports injury & general orthopaedics
PSI Total and unicompartmental knee replacement
  • Customised patient specific jigs as per individual patient anatomy
  • Less invasive procedure than conventional Total Knee Replacement
  • MRI based preoperative planning
  • Decreased blood loss
  • Decreased risk of complications
  • Accurate implant positioning

Individual patients can benefit from a partial (unicompartmental) knee replacement or a full (total) knee replacement.

Patient-Specific Instrumentation (PSI), uses computer technology to perfectly align the knee replacement for a better fit and smoother recovery. Similar to the SignatureTM knee replacement an MRI scan is required prior to surgery to take precise, three-dimensional (3-D) measurements of your knee and this scan is then used to develop an individual patient specific model of the knee.

Using this 3-D image and specialized computer software, a detailed plan is then created for your surgery, including customized instrumentation that shows exactly how your new knee should be positioned.
Spire Cheshire Hospital
Fir Tree Close,Stretton Warrington,
Cheshire WA4 4LU
Tel: 01925710401
Fax: 01925710401
Consultant in Trauma and
Orthopaedic Surgery

Warrington Hospital NHS Trust
Lovely Lane Warrington
Cheshire WA5 1QG
Tel. 01925662758
Fax. 01925 662211