I was a very fit athletic person who had been a rugby union referee at a very high level in England and then Scotland (Division 1 - i.e. top ten in the country). This obviously involved intensive training before and during the season as well as intense matches. After my retirement from refereeing my knees became increasingly painful.
I had always been a very active person, whether it be water skiing, hill walking in the Peak District, or just plain working, especially around the home. I had written a walking book with a colleague, “Peak District Trigpointing Walks”. It was at the latter end of writing this book that the first twinges were felt in the groin area. I put this down to sciatica.
Total Knee Replacement by Mr Mahmud has given me back my independence I was referred to Mr Mahmud after months/years of constant knee pain which was aggravated by exercise and then a fall.
I had a knee replacement 10 years ago which served me well until 18 months ago when I fell whilst walking in Macclesfield Forest. This fall resulted in a lot of knee pain, swelling, and tendon and muscles problems.
How knee surgery at Spire Regency Hospital created quality time and freedom to enjoy family life to the full
Mr. Craig Tottey now takes to the hills with his family following successful knee surgery. Prior to surgery Craig found it very painful to walk, had developed a limp and after being a passenger in a car he found his knee locked.
Gold medal World Champion performance for Graeme following total knee replacement at Spire Regency Hospital
Graeme Peatfield’s knee problems stemmed back to his teenage road running days as part of his personal recurve archery training which, he subsequently had to give up as he couldn’t walk the distance required per round. This resulted in him swapping to competitive target crossbow shooting over shorter distances.