Shared decision making

Making a decision about treatment

Are you preparing for an appointment for your knee? Or considering your treatment options?

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Treatment and management

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    • Magnetic Resonance Imaging. PatientPlus., reviewed January 2013
    • Computerised Tomography (CT) Scans. PatientPlus., reviewed July 2015
    • Ultrasound Scanning - Non-obstetric. PatientPlus., reviewed December 2015
    • Arthroscopy and Arthroscopic Surgery. PatientPlus., reviewed August 2013
    • Joint Injection and Aspiration. PatientPlus., reviewed February 2016
    • Assessment of knee injury. BMJ Best Practice., last reviewed July 2016
    • Soft Tissue Knee Injury. Medscape., updated February 2016
    • Anterior Knee Pain. PatientPlus., last reviewed June 2015
    • Medial collateral ligament injury. BMJ Best Practice., updated April 2016
    • Physical medicine and rehabilitation for iliotibial band syndrome. Medscape., published 4 September 2014
    • Anterior cruciate ligament injury. BMJ Best Practice., updated August 2015
    • Iliotibial band syndrome. BMJ Best Practice., updated July 2015
    • Meniscal tear. BMJ Best Practice., updated May 2016
    • Patellofemoral pain syndrome., updated July 2016
    • NSAIDs and adverse effects. Bandlolier., accessed 28 July 2016
    • Knee Ligament Injuries. PatientPlus., last reviewed February 2014
    • Knee Cartilage Injuries (including Meniscal Tears). PatientPlus., last reviewed February 2014
  • Produced by Nick Ridgman, Lead Health Editor, Bupa Health Content Team, July 2016
    Expert reviewer Damian McClelland, Orthopaedic Surgeon and Bupa Musculoskeletal Services Clinical Director
    Next review due July 2019

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