I hope it answers some of your questions about your knee and any knee pain you are suffering. If you need surgery then this website works with the myrecovery app to support you on your journey.
I am a knee and trauma surgeon based in Bristol. I see patients in the public and private sectors who are suffering from knee pain.
I attended secondary school in Bristol before medical school at Kings College London. I then trained at the University of Calgary, the University of Swansea and the University of Bristol. I was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons and of the European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology in 2013. I was the most awarded fellow of my Canadian cohort receiving two fellowship prizes for best surgeon research.
I bring a modern approach to sports injuries and arthritis care. Much of this experience gained from fellowships in Australia, Canada, India and the UK. I have worked with medical teams caring for several professional sports teams in North America and Australia. This included working with American footballers and Australian rugby players.
Open for consultation, medical imaging and surgery. As we emerge from lockdown productivity in the orthopaedic departments of both the NHS and private hospitals is gradually improving. A near-complete range of services are available.
Contact my medical secretary if you would like an appointment.
I really enjoy working with this active group as the journey extends from reconstructive surgery through to rehab and supporting a return to play.
Knee injury can lead to knee arthritis so injuries should not be ignored. Intensive training has provided me with the skills to help knee and trauma patients.
Very few surgeons specialise in this field. However, Bristol is a world leader in surgery for this condition and it remains a focus of much of my research.
I am amazed by how often this common condition is ignored. It is painful, debilitating and often invisible. I offer a range of treatments and not just surgery!
The most consistent surgical treatment for severe arthritis. I perform both partial knee or total knee replacements and the results can be very rewarding.
I’m interested in postoperative rehabilitation. It’s about making the most of your resources with support in physiotherapy and the myrecovery app.
Week one—book the initial consultation
Week two—if required, have MRI scan
Week three—scan assessment, review and plan
Week four—treatment and, if necessary, book surgery
I am registered and fee assured with the major insurers
I am registered with the General Medical Council
I only use top-rated implants
It is a pleasure to work with colleagues who are leaders in the field of orthopaedic surgery. In some cases where there are specific sub-specialist problems, I will refer to colleagues with expertise in other areas. Working alongside other surgeons enables sub-specialisation so that we can strive for better patient experience and outcomes.