I am a consultant in trauma and orthopaedics at Cambridge University Hospitals. My clinical specialist interest is in knee surgery, sports and arthroplasty. I am passionate about the role of personalised knee surgery in improving the outcomes of operations for patients.
I have been awarded a number of prizes, including the Trinity Cup for the most accomplished trainee, Cambridge trainee of the year and a research grant from Addenbrooke’s Charitable Trust. This grant is being used to investigate the effect of pre-operative muscle strength on the outcomes of hip arthroscopy.
Having completed my higher surgical training on the Cambridge rotation, I completed further fellowship training at the Fortius clinic in London, Oxford University Hospitals, and Leeds teaching hospitals. During this time, I was trained in the management of sports injuries in elite athletes, cartilage regenerative procedures, kinematic alignment knee replacement, partial knee replacement as well as revision (re-do) surgery in cases of failed operations.
I was also awarded a travelling fellowship funded by the British Orthopaedic Association to visit medical centres in Chicago and Philadelphia (Rothman Institute).
I have three children and enjoy watching, and sometimes playing, a variety of sports.