I am an experienced orthopaedic surgeon subspecialising in hip and knee replacement surgery.
I have performed several thousand joint replacements over 20 years.
In 2000, I was accepted for a subspecialty Hip and Knee Replacement Fellowship at Harvard University Medical School in Boston. During this time, I published multiple research papers on knee kinematics and function of knee replacements; my research team published some crucial concepts relating to knee flexion that was critical in the development of high flexion knee designs.
I trained under and worked with some of the leading knee and hip surgeons in the world at Massachusetts General Hospital and The Brigham and Women’s Hospital.