News and events
Once again we would like to apologise for the inconveince caused to all of our customers who were affected by the mulible confirmation emails that were sent out over the weekend. The techical issue that caused the problem has now been resolved
We apologise to all our customers who have neen receiving duplicate confirmation emails, we are working to fix this problem as quickly as possible.
Knee replacement surgery, as the name suggests, entails replacing a damaged or diseased knee joint with an artificial knee joint. Following the procedure, you’ll be grateful for a LimbO! Over 70,000 knee replacements are performed in England and Wales per year, and this number is continuing to increase.
Christmas Orders The following dates are the last guaranteed dates to received orders via Royal Mail: Monday 21 December 1st Class and Royal Mail Signed For® Wednesday 23 December Royal Mail Special Delivery Guaranteed® Thursday 24 december the cut off for posting will be 10:30
The history of orthopaedics If it wasn’t for the invention of the plaster cast, there probably wouldn’t be such thing as a LimbO. Here’s a little bit about the history of orthopaedics… You might be wondering why it’s called orthopaedics. Well, Nicholas Andry coined the term in 1741, deriving from the Greek words for ‘correct’/‘straight’ (‘orthos’) and ‘child’ (‘paidion’). This is because originally, orthopaedics was only used to treat musculoskeletal deformities in children.