The knee joint is a complex structure involving the articulating surfaces of the three bones that meet at the knee (the femur, the tibia and the patella) as well as multiple ligaments, tendons and soft tissue structures that provide stability, support and motion to the joint. Injury to the ligaments, tendons or bones at the knee joint can occur either chronically or acutely – arthritis, meniscus tears and ACL rupture being prime examples

Learn about the knee conditions treated by Dr Tyson Doneley, including:

Anterior Cruciate Ligament Injuries
Arthritis of the Knee
Failed or Painful previous knee replacement
Knee Cartilage Injury
Meniscus Injury
Patella Dislocation and Malalignment
Sports knee Injuries