I am the lead Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon at Cambridge University Hospitals. I deal almost exclusively with high energy, multiply injured patients. I have a particular interest in pelvic and acetabular fractures, open lower limb injuries and amputations.
The majority of my medico-legal instructions now relate to multiply injured patients, although I still treat and report on isolated limb injuries (especially complex ones).
I have a significant academic interest and have grants totalling £3M from the National Institute for Health Research, looking at different treatment methods for patients sustaining femoral fractures, acetabular fractures and pelvic fractures.
I see patients in London, Manchester and Cambridge, although I am happy to travel further afield as required for a high value case.
Orthopaedics and trauma.
Fractures and breaks.
Wrist, pelvis, pelvic and hip
Femoral neck and femoral head.
Femur and femoral.
Tibia and tibial.
Ankle and pilon.
Talus and foot.
Hip replacement and knee replacement.
I hold clinics at:
Ten Harley Street, London.
Spire Lea Hospital, Cambridge.
30 Park Place, Leeds.
Manchester Institute for Health and Performance, Manchester.