CUTTING EDGE SURGERY & PERSONALISED CARE
I am an Honorary Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery. I am one of only a few UK trauma and orthopaedic surgeons specialising in cutting edge, minimally invasive hip and knee surgery. I have a specialist interest in custom made bespoke hip and knee surgery with an emphasis on computer guided surgery.
I am a Visiting Professor in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospital of Moldova.
I have published numerous peer-reviewed research papers in the field of hip and knee surgery. I am regularly invited to speak about my specialist interests internationally and I have presented my work at numerous national and international meetings. I have global surgical experience including work in Australia, Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. In addition to my commitments in the UK, I continue to provide regular expert surgical work in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
I regularly volunteer at the Chişinău Emergency University Hospital, Moldova.
I teach budding registrars to become qualified fellow orthopaedic surgeons.
I am an Educational Supervisor for junior doctors in hospital training.
I teach 5th year Cambridge University Medical Students.
I enjoy spending time with my family and regularly play football with my son and take part in various sporting activities with my daughter.
I play classical Spanish guitar and speak English, French, Spanish and Italian.
I offer a personalised multidisciplinary approach in my orthopaedic practice treating my patients to the highest standards of care.
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- Specialist Fellowship in Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery
- Royal College of Surgeons, England August 2011
- Primary hip replacement
- Muscle sparing anterior hip replacement
- Hip resurfacing arthroplasty
- Partial and Total knee replacement
- Computer aided surgery
- Knee arthroscopic surgery
- Soft tissue knee reconstruction surgery
- Revision hip & knee surgery
My Protocol for Physio and Rehab RegimeOutpatient PhysiotherapyPatient should be seen by physiotherapist 1 week post surgeryWeek 1: Goals:Eliminate swelling/inflammationAdequate analgesia Regain active quads and VMO controlBe able to perform SLR with no lagRestore patella mobility Maintain full hyperextension Restore normal gait pattern At least 90 degrees knee flexion Patient confident with rehab process and goalsActions:Patient education regarding rehabilita