I host consultant expert learning sessions for partial knee and computer navigated total knee replacements. In addition I undertake complex and revision knee replacement. I also am trained in less invasive techniques in hip replacement. Hip arthroscopy became part of my armamentarium following training on the Richard VillarÕs course in 2013 in order to treat certain painful hip conditions in adults.
In 1992 I qualified from St BartholomewÕs Hospital Medical School, London. I spent over 2 years as a senior trainee with consultants who work at the Elective Orthopaedic Centre specialising in hip and knee surgery subsequently becoming a locum consultant there. In my training I undertook a fellowship focused on knee and trauma surgery in New Zealand (2002). I also undertook full time research in 2004/5 at Imperial College London under the supervision of Prof. A.A.Amis studying the anatomy of the ACL and PCL of the knee.
I have a postgraduate Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine from the University of Bath (2001) and was awarded the degree of Master of Surgery (MS), University of London in 2011. I took up a locum consultant post at Epsom and St HelierÕs NHS Trust and the Elective Orthopaedic Centre (EOC) in January 2009. In May 2010 I was appointed as a substantive consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Northern Lincolnshire and Goole Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
In 2017 I collaborated with a sports physiotherapy colleague, and a sports therapist (both of whom look after a professional athletes as clients) to form the Flex Health Sports Injury Service and injection clinic based in Hull.
In addition to my surgical work, I am a medical officer at Hull FC rugby league club and Yorkshire County RFU.