Graduated Cambridge University & St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London
Trained in London before fellowship training in Australia, specialising in surgery on elite sports athletes
Specialist in all aspects of knee surgery, completing over 15,000 operations
Leading authority in:
arthroscopic (key hole) surgery
arthritic surgery (early onset and prevention)
complex ligamentous injuries
Active in world-leading research & techniques such as:
Development of high flexion total knee replacement; articular cartilage regeneration
I am part of the national 'ACTIVE' trial of autologous chondrocyte implantation (resurfacing of the damaged surface of the knee with a patients own re-grown cartilage cells) and I can therefore offer this treatment both for NHS and private patients and I accept tertiary referrals for this.
Delivers lectures and surgical demonstrations, regionally, nationally and internationally and has a prominent role in the teaching of medical students.
Published numerous papers in peer reviewed journals.
I played rugby for many years and am a keen skier and tennis player and I understand the frustrations (for amateurs as well as professionals) of being unable to return to sport after an injury.