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Specialist knee surgeon

Neil Bradbury MB ChB FRCS (Orth) is an internationally acclaimed consultant orthopaedic surgeon and a leading expert in robotic-assisted joint replacement of the knee and regenerative surgery.

He trains surgeons from around the world and established the Biological Knee Society to evaluate the latest and best possible surgical options for knee reconstruction. 

Neil is one of only a few orthopaedic surgeons in Europe to offer treatments which restore the biological knee and is working with some of the most technically-advanced companies internationally to develop new techniques for the treatment of knee conditions.

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Early intervention

Benefits of early diagnosis and intervention

Early diagnosis and intervention is important when it comes to managing knee pain as acceptance of pain can often lead to more adverse circumstances. Your knee has many moving parts – muscles, bones, tendons, ligaments and cartilage – so there are many potential causes of pain.

The first step in diagnosing the cause of your pain is to discover whether there has been an injury which has led to damage deeper inside the knee. 

The most common reason for joint pain is arthritis, which can cause pain, stiffness and a decrease in quality of life. This eventually leads to knee replacement surgery, which remains the most effective relief for permanent pain.

However, with the right treatment, the progression of disease can to a great extent be delayed. This will help you live a relatively pain-free and active life for longer, as well as avoid the need for more invasive treatments that involve surgery.

Many problems are successfully treated with specific non-invasive treatments. Whether you have soft tissue, mechanical or inflammatory joint problems we are here to help you.

Latest scientific developments

There are several minimally-invasive regenerative treatments which you and your surgeon can consider before replacement surgery.

Our experts collaborate with research facilities for biomechanics and regenerative medicine to develop new solutions for patients that improve healing, speed rehabilitation and improve outcomes after surgery.

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Why choose this team of specialists

The team

Are nationally recognised experts who work together to find the right treatment for you - see more

Neil Bradbury

Is one of the most renowned consultant knee surgeons in the UK, frequently approached for a second opinion - see more