Advanced Kinematic Rotation Alignment Surgery Offered At UK’s Top Knee Clinic

Feb 26, 2024

If you need to get your knee replaced – why not get a knee that will last the test of time, because it’s designed just like your own, natural ones? Prof. Paul Lee from MSK Doctors (0330-001-0048) explains the TWIS TKR, a new advanced technique.

The world is changing, fast - I don't need to tell you that, I'm sure, but it's important to my next point.

If you're getting a new prosthetic, a device that's implanted in your body - it's worth getting the latest and greatest, installed with the optimal techniques, because it will likely be with you for the rest of your life.

Maybe I'm getting ahead of myself though, I'm just so excited, because finally, finally, prosthetics are starting to get the attention they deserve, and the technology they require.

The Latest, The Greatest, The New Knees In Town

I read all about it in this new guide from Prof. Paul Lee, a specialist in hip and knee joints, and the founder of MSK Doctors in London. It explains everything you need to know about the latest and greatest in knee prosthetics - specifically, the TWIS-TKR surgery we've been hearing so much about.

If you want to get all the facts, straight from the source - just check that out at

If you don't already know, TWIS-TKR stands for Turn With Intelligent Stability - Total Knee Replacement, and this advanced prosthetic installation process was designed with a focus on natural and responsive movement, the way it always should have been.

What makes it so much better? Well, the short version is, that it's a complete redesign using the latest technology to improve every facet. Let's get a little more fine-grained than that, though - because I'm sure that you're interested in the details.

How It Actually Works, Explained

The benefits actually start before the device is even installed. Using artificial intelligence tools, a top-tier medical team can customise the installation process to its intended recipient, including adjustments to the surgery that can increase the precision, stability, and alignment of the installation.

Or to put that a little more simply - the days of one-size-fits-all approaches are over because nothing about this is "standard." That's a good thing.

Research suggests that by improving the alignment of the prosthetic, stress can be spread more evenly across your knee joint, leading to less stress on the surrounding muscles and tissues, and a lot more comfort.

That's great in the short term, but in the long term, it's even better. Unlike traditional prosthetic surgery, with the TWIS-TKR, there can be a long-term, and that's amazing all on its own.

By combining advanced scanning, modeling, and fabrication techniques, there's every possibility that this prosthetic could last for the rest of your life. No more surgeries!

Now, to be fair, this is relatively new and while the customisations may have long-term benefits, clinical trials have already shown several short-term advantages, including a reduced recovery time for most patients. Research suggests that the improved alignment and installation process can help you recover faster, reduce your hospital stay, and reduce your need for post-operative pain management.

That's a win-win-win in my book, especially the reduced pain part.

Customisation Counts, Comfort Too

A lot of the improvements are thanks to new techniques that help match each prosthetic to the precise kinematics of the patient. The new TWIS-TKR routine can help speed your return to normal daily activities after a transplant because it just fits and functions the way a knee should.

That's not my opinion, that's as close to a fact as we can get - it's the opinion of people who already have a prosthetic installed with this technique. Post-operative surveys indicate that the new device can help to reduce pain and discomfort during the recovery period, leading to higher levels of comfort and satisfaction.

Comfort and satisfaction are two of my favourite things!

Of course, this is a package deal. These results only apply when using the newly developed TWIS-TKR pain management protocol, which combines medication, therapy, and patient education, to provide the fastest possible recovery.

That's not too much to ask though, right? If you're getting the new prosthetic, then get it done by the experts, and follow their after-care advice, of course. There's no point in having new technology and world-class experts, if we're just going to ignore them anyway.

Maybe this excerpt from the MSK Doctors assessment explains it better, “TWIS-TKR is more than just a surgical technique; it represents a holistic approach to knee replacement. By integrating AI-driven precision, a unique recovery pathway, and an innovative pain relief protocol, TWIS-TKR sets a new standard in patient care and outcomes in knee arthroplasty.”

If you're going to get a prosthetic that will be with you for the rest of your life, then there's no sense in settling for second best.

You can get all the details about the latest and greatest technology available now, at the link I shared above, or if you want to learn more about what's coming next, and what the future may hold, check out this article from MSK Doctors founder Prof. Paul Lee, at

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