Seriously, I’m pain free. No pain in my knee at all. I only get bits of muscular pain because I’m still trying to build the muscle back up. I’m off all painkillers and tablets, which is quite weird, considering I’ve been in a fog for several years! The lack of pain has meant that I’ve been able to exercise more but mostly that I don’t feel miserable and eat cake! I just wanted to say thank you for everything. You can’t underestimate what a difference it makes not to be in constant pain; it’s absolutely life-changing
— Knee Surgery Patient
Just thought I send you a pic of me riding my horse for the first time in a very long six months! Thank you so much for all your efforts and hard work over the past two/three years, so happy I now have a straight leg!!
— Knee Surgery Patient
Just a brief note to say thank you for my new knee. My wife, in the background, also says thank you. It has been like a good friend, accompanying me everywhere and not saying too much. I took it skiing in December where it behaved very well. Not a twinge. And currently walking miles several times a week, usually to and up hill. We are in training for the great wall of China in March.
— Knee Surgery Patient
Thanks to Amir Qureshi I now have a normal life back - in just 8 weeks I have been transformed from someone who could barely move due to knee pain, back to full mobility. I would not hesitate to recommend him. Thank you for my fantastic new knee!
— Knee Surgery Patient
Just wanted to report back after a week of skiing after my HTO a year ago: no knee pain at all! I was anxious, but with the suggested Donjolly brace, I was able to ski as much as my other lack of fitness would let me!
— Knee Surgery Patient

Gareth Bennet, 29

I am Mr Gareth Bennett, a 29 year old soldier who dislocated my right knee and required a multiple ligament reconstruction 

The injury happened while playing football for the military, I hyper extended my right leg to the point of dislocation and then twisted as I came to the ground resulting in a grade 3 tear to my ACL and LCL (which required artificial replacements), a severed peroneal nerve, damage to both the PCL and MCL (which required hamstring grafts) and damage to the lateral meniscus cartilage and torn muscles.

I injured myself on the 1st of October 2014, I received an arthroscopy on the 14th October and a reconstruction on the 24th October and my 6 week check was on the 9th December, to which I was able to walk without crutches or a leg brace with ease (less for the nerve damage which resulted in drop foot) and the knee was completely stable and my recovery well ahead of schedule.

I would again like to thank Mr Qureshi for what he has done for me 

Thanks again.

Mr Gareth Bennett