“I felt fully engaged from the start and actually found the whole process quite enjoyable! I felt informed without being patronised, well prepared, both by the consultation with Neil, the paperwork and booklets. The outcome has exceeded my expectations and the care was tremendous, as was the pain... Read More

“Neil performed a PCL replacement in my right knee back in 2000. At the time, it was a procedure that few knee surgeons had the skills to perform. He fully informed me of the risks attached to the procedure, the likelihood of success and allowed me to take my time to decide on how I wished to... Read More

“You fitted me with a completely new knee on 20th June. It is absolutely amazing and I'm getting on and off, riding and jumping with ease. It has brought back all the possibilities in retirement that had come to an end with a bad knee. It's not yet four months since the operation.....lets hope the... Read More

“Now that I seem to be well on the road to recovery, I'd like to thank you personally for my new partial knee replacement on 31st July 2017. Having not quite had the courage to watch the full operation on your website, I am nevertheless aware of the enormous skill and expertise required for this... Read More

“All good. Both knees back to playing sport. Quality of life so much improved. Can't thank Neil and his team enough. Thank you”

“I felt that the whole team were excellent from start to finish.”

“I cannot recommend Neil highly enough. Six months after surgery my knee is back to normal and I am looking forward to our next ski holiday! I never imagined the process would be so painless or so quick - a truly incredible job - thank you so so much.”

“In 1952, at the age of 12 years, I was involved (and allegedly 'fatally injured') in a motor cycle crash. This left me with a damaged left knee, a compound fracture of the left femur that shortened my leg and a skull injury that totally destroyed any hope of hearing again with my right ear. At the... Read More

“I would like to thank Mr Bradbury for his amazing expertise. I am in my 6th month now following the operation and really feeling the benefit. Following a return from a holiday in Spain in a wheel chair, after getting out of a car awkwardly and having a bleed in what was already a painful knee, the... Read More

Dr Graham Robinson

Dr Graham Robinson

 

Dr Robinson is a Consultant Radiologist, whose particular area of interest includes musculoskeletal and chest imaging.

He qualified from St. Thomas’ Hospital in London in 1996. Graham undertook his Radiology training on the St. George’s Hospital Program in London, which included attachments to the Royal Brompton and Royal Marsden Hospitals.

In 2004 Dr Robinson spent a year at McMaster University in Canada on a Musculoskeletal Radiology Fellowship, after which he returned to the UK and started his Consultant post in Bath.

He is a member of the British Society of Skeletal Radiologists and the British Society of Thoracic Imaging.

Current NHS or research position

Consultant Radiologist at the Royal United Hospital, Bath

Year of first medical qualification

1996

Special clinical interests

Musculoskeletal Radiology Chest imaging with specific interests in pulmonary hypertension and interstitial lung disease

Current memberships of professional, national and regional bodies

General Medical Council

  • Royal College of Radiologists
  • British Society of Skeletal Radiologists
  • British Society of Thoracic Imaging

Consultant Radiologist

 
 

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