Margaret Mullett, chairperson of the Irish Haemochromatosis Association, has had two knee replacement operations – one in June 2012 and one in September 2013. While it took a bit longer than she expected to recover from the first operation, she is very relieved to be pain free and can now enjoy 45-minute walks “round the block” near her Dodder home.

Margaret decided to have her knees done because of pain and mobility problems due to arthritis and osteoporosis.