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Knee surgery.

 All my patients stand a very high chance of achieving long-term pain relief and a significant improvement to their mobility, irrespective of their body weight, age or level of their activity.
Mr Trevor Lawrence

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Return to full physical activity.

Traditionally, patients are told not to undertake impact activities following the knee replacement. Since 1999 when Mr Lawrence first started monitoring the outcome of his patients, he observed that some of his younger patients have returned to jogging or playing tennis and 5 aside football. So far, these activities have not resulted in wear or loosening of the knee replacements. Mr Lawrence now allows his patients to return to virtually all activities following surgery.​

Outstanding results.

NJR data period:

01 April 2020 - 31 March 2023

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Mr Lawrence's



UK National



Patients undergoing 1st-time

Hip replacement.

Mr Lawrence's


UK National



Patients needing 2nd Joint operation due to a complication.

Since the 2009 period covered by the National Joint Registry (NJR), only 1 per 1,000 of Mr Lawrence's patients needed repeat surgery due to implant loosening or wear.

  • UK average revision (repeat surgery) rate: 1.9%  over 10 years.

  • Mr Lawrence's rate: 0.7% over 10 years.

  • Since 2009, Mr Lawrence has performed nearly 600 knee operations, of which only four required repeat surgery.

  • Over the 10 years covered by the National Joint Registry data, none of Mr Lawrence's patients have required revision surgery for loosening or wear of their joint replacement.

When it comes to replacing your joint, your future movement deserves more than "good enough." That's why Mr lawrence chooses only premium implants such as Stryker and Exeter, renowned for their durability, innovative design, and exceptional track record of success. These top-of-the-line options offer unparalleled stability, minimising the risk of future issues and maximising the patient's chances of a smooth recovery and a return to normal daily activities. Here's a small sample of implants used at Mr Lawrence's clinic:

  • Unmatched Stability: The innovative single-radius design mimics natural knee motion, promoting superior stability and patient satisfaction.

  • Proven Durability: Experience the confidence of exceptional implant longevity, backed by extensive clinical data and over 3 million Triathlon knees implanted worldwide.

  • Minimally Invasive Options: Faster recovery and reduced tissue disruption.

  • Advanced Fixation Technology: The Tritanium® porous metal surface promotes optimal bone ingrowth for long-term implant stability.

  • Personalised Solutions: A wide range of sizes and options to match the patient's anatomy.

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  • Proven track record: Over 5 million implantations worldwide, backed by extensive clinical evidence.

  • Precisely engineered: Sequential crosslinking process optimizes wear resistance, mechanical strength, and oxidation resistance.

  • Exceptional durability: Reduced risk of future revisions for a worry-free tomorrow.

  • Simplified surgical experience: Streamlined instrumentation for efficient and predictable surgeries.

  • Move with confidence: Reduced pain and improved mobility for an active lifestyle.

  • Enjoy lasting results: Enhanced long-term performance and peace of mind.

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Stryker implants are well-established systems used in joint replacement surgery by top surgeons worldwide. Here's a breakdown of their key features:

Trevor Lawrence Hip & Knee Clinic is here to score you a touchdown on pain-free movement with cutting-edge Stryker knee implants. Designed just for you, not the masses, these personalized champs:

  • Custom engineered: Stryker are made-to-order for your unique anatomy, maximising stability and minimising pain.

  • Built for durability: Crafted from high-performance materials, these knees are engineered to withstand even the toughest activities, whether you're crushing workouts or chasing grandkids.

  • Faster recovery: Say goodbye to lengthy rehab! Stryker's minimally invasive techniques often mean a quicker return to your mobility.

  • Proven results: Studies show greater patient satisfaction and improved function with Stryker compared to traditional implants.

At Trevor Lawrence Hip & Knee Clinic, our expert team uses Conformis to help you regain confidence, mobility, and the day-to-day activities you love.


​Knee surgery is a broad term that encompasses various procedures to address different knee problems. Here are some of the most common issues that might necessitate knee surgery.



This is the most common reason for hip surgery, affecting millions of people worldwide. It's a degenerative joint disease that causes cartilage breakdown in the hip joint, leading to pain, stiffness, and reduced mobility. 



This autoimmune disease can attack the hip joint, causing inflammation, pain, and damage to the cartilage and bone. In severe cases, hip replacement surgery may be necessary. 



These are often caused by falls or accidents, especially in older adults. Depending on the severity and location of the fracture, surgery may be required to repair or replace the hip joint.



This condition occurs when the blood supply to the hip bone is disrupted, leading to bone death and eventual joint collapse. Early diagnosis and treatment are crucial to prevent the need for surgery. 



This occurs when the bones of the hip joint rub against each other abnormally, causing pain and limited range of motion. In some cases, arthroscopic surgery can be performed to trim the bone and create more space in the joint. 



The labrum is a soft ring of cartilage that lines the hip socket. Tears in this labrum can cause pain, clicking, and catching sensations in the hip. Surgery may be recommended to repair or remove the torn labrum. 



This is a potentially life-threatening hip joint infection. It requires immediate medical attention and often involves surgery to drain the joint and remove infected tissue.



Tumours in or around the hip joint can be benign or malignant. Depending on the type and location of the tumour, surgery may be necessary to remove it or replace the hip joint. 

It's important to note that this is not an exhaustive list. The appropriate treatment can only be determined after a consultation to define the underlying causes and discuss potential treatment options, including joint replacement surgery.

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