Oxford Knee Score

If you have been advised by the surgery to submit an Oxford Knee Score please use this form.

Score Grading

  • Score 0 to 19 – May indicate severe knee arthritis. It is highly likely that you may well require some form of surgical intervention, contact your family physician for a consult with an Orthopaedic Surgeon.
  • Score 20 to 29 – May indicate moderate to severe knee arthritis. See your family physician for an assessment and x-ray. Consider a consult with an Orthopaedic Surgeon.
  • Score 30 to 39 – May indicate mild to moderate knee arthritis. Consider seeing your family physician for an assessment and possible x-ray. You may benefit from non-surgical treatment, such as exercise, weight loss, and /or anti-inflammatory medication
  • Score 40 to 48 – May indicate satisfactory joint function. May not require any formal treatment.

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Oxford Knee Score

Oxford Knee Score

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During the past 4 weeks...

How would you describe the pain you usually have in your knee? *
Have you had any trouble washing and drying yourself (all over) because of your knee? *
Have you had any trouble getting in and out of the car or using public transport because of your knee? (With or without a stick) *
For how long are you able to walk before the pain in your knee becomes severe? (With or without a stick) *
After a meal (sat at a table), how painful has it been for you to stand up from a chair because of your knee? *
Have you been limping when walking, because of your knee? *
Could you kneel down and get up again afterwards? *
Are you troubled by pain in your knee at night in bed? *
How much has pain from your knee interfered with your usual work? (including housework) *
Have you felt that your knee might suddenly give away or let you down? *
Could you do household shopping on your own? *
Could you walk down a flight of stairs? *