Orthopaedic Specialists globally renowned team of hip consultants offers patients world class expertise and experience.
Dr Kristian Kley joins the team from Hannover, Germany, where he carries out hundreds of complex operations every year with a special focus on reconstructive hip and knee surgery.
Dr Kley has a global reputation for his expertise in complex cases, many of his pioneering new techniques for hip replacement surgery have become accepted practice. Renowned for his highly efficient surgical workflows, which act as a model for other to follow, he has devised quick, minimally invasive techniques for hip replacement surgery which allow patients to make a quicker return to activity.
Mr Sebastian Dawson-Bowling is a leading orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in treating disorders of the hip.
Patients from the UK and overseas seek his advice, particularly in cases of failed hip replacements, an area in which he has particular expertise. This has led him to develop a dedicated unit to review and treat patients with these and other complex hip problems.
Mr Dawson-Bowling believes in effective and empathetic communication with patients prior to surgery as being essential to providing the best possible outcome.
His NHS practice is at The Royal London Hospital, where he treats major trauma patients and those with complex hip and knee problems.
Renowned consultant hip and knee orthopaedic surgeon Mr Tony Andrade specialises in hip problems in young adults and plays an active role in research, innovation, and education. He has pioneered arthroscopic techniques and new approaches to hip preservation surgery.
He has worked at Royal Berkshire Hospital since 2002, where he has set up a tertiary referral centre, a visiting surgeon programme, a Lower Limb Arthroplasty Fellowship Programme, and a Hip Arthroscopy Fellowship Programme.
He is currently Vice-President of the International Society of Hip Arthroscopy (ISHA) and will take over the presidency later this year.
Mr Tom Pollard is a high-volume hip and knee specialist who has performed more than 1,800 hip arthroscopies since becoming a consultant in 2012. He specialises in young adult hip problems and performs more than 250 hip and knee replacements each year.
Clinical Director of Royal Berkshire Hospital’s trauma and orthopaedic department, he is part of a visiting surgeon programme, which allows consultant surgeons to study his hip arthroscopy techniques.
A renowned author, researcher, and lecturer, he firmly believes that staying active after a joint replacement is crucial to effective recovery.
Mr Duncan Whitwell is highly regarded internationally as a hip and knee and orthopaedic oncology specialist. Complex joint replacement revision cases are referred to him and he has pioneered advanced reconstructive techniques in hip and knee joint replacement and orthopaedic oncology.
He performs around 300 hip and knee joint replacements annually, with approximately 100 of these procedures being problematic cases from other revision specialists in the south of England.
Overseas surgeons are regular observers at his tertiary referral practice for complex revision joint replacements requiring advanced reconstructive techniques for large bone loss.
Specialist Paediatric Consultant Mr Thomas Crompton is available to see children for any orthopaedic condition, including hip.