Faculty

D Stewart

Senior Lecturer/ Associate Professor in Medical Engineering

Institute of Medical and Biological Engineering, The Faculty of Engineering,

The University of Leeds, Leeds, LS2  9JT, UK. E-Mail:  T.D.Stewart@leeds.ac.uk

 

Research Interests:

Dr. Stewart’s primary area of research is with the Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Center, an NIHR funded Centre aimed at improving patient outcomes through multidisciplinary collaboration. 

Dr. Stewart has ~80 refereed publications and over 1000 Citations.

Alan Needham BSc DipM

Principal Consultant at Northgate Public Services (NPS)

 

Responsible for managing the technology platform and consultancy services supporting the National Joint Registry Implant Price Benchmarking Service.

 

Lead healthcare information consultant for Beyond Compliance (BC) providing the technology platform and coordinating the BC Risk Assessment and BC Risk Review processes.

 

Alan qualified with a BSc Biological Sciences from King's College, London and a CIM Diploma in Marketing from the University of Reading.

 

He has management experience in the Biotechnology, Medical Device, Pharmaceutical, Healthcare, Food & Drink industry sectors with international experience in New Product Development, Clinical Research, Marketing and Public Relations, Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishing.

Dr Rebecca Robinson

Consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine

MBBS MRCP FFSEM

 

I am a consultant in Sports and Exercise Medicine, based in Sheffield having completed specialty training in 2016. I work in a musculoskeletal clinic in North Yorkshire treating a broad spectrum of conditions, from sports injuries to degenerative conditions affecting bone, joint and tendon. I am also undertaking clinical research in a specialised cancer setting, Weston Park Hospital in Sheffield, to investigate the potential for physical activity to optimise rehabilitation for patients. I continue to provide support for elite athletes with the additional challenges of timely rehabilitation to competitive sportPublic Relations, Scientific, Technical & Medical Publishing.

Mr Stephen Blair

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon,

 

Specialises in:

- Hip replacement 
- Revision hip replacement 
- Knee replacement 
- Revision knee replacement 
- Knee arthroscopy 
- and hip injections 

Mr Naren Garneti

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

 

His subspecialist interests include primary and revision Hip and Knee Replacements, knee arthroscopy and management of peri-prosthetic fractures. He is the lead for Metal on Metal Hip replacements at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust. 

 

Naren trained at Leeds on the Yorkshire Higher Surgical training Programme. He underwent sub-specialty double- Fellowship training in advanced primary and revision Hip and Knee arthroplasty in New Zealand and Bristol. His Fellowship at Bristol was supervised by Professor Gordon Bannister (past President of the British Hip Society), Professor Ian D Learmonth (past President of the European Hip Society), Professor Ashley Blom and Mr. Jason Webb. His Fellowship in New Zealand was under the direction of Professor Jean- Claude Theis (past President of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons), Mr. John Matheson (past President of the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association) and Mr. David Gwynne-Jones. He visited several centres of excellence in US and Belfast (Mr. David Beverland) to enhance his knowledge of Hip and Knee Replacement surgery. He is a member of the British Hip Society (BHS) and British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK). Naren is active in research and has presented at International, National and Regional meetings. He has several publications to his credit. Education is an important part of his curriculum. He is engaged in teaching and training the Registrars and Middle Grades at Rotherham General Hospital. He set up a Fellowship Programme in Lower Limb arthroplasty and the Upper Limb Fracture Fixation course at Rotherham General Hospital. In addition to being a faculty member on local courses, he is the convener of the South Yorkshire Fracture Neck of Femur course. 

Mr Wembridge

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

 

Having graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1993, he gained his Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons in 1998 and achieved his Fellowship in Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery in 2005, with entry to the Specialist Register for Orthopaedics in 2006.  He also trained at Guy's & St Thomas's Hospital in London and was appointed Consultant in October 2006, moving to his current position in Rotherham General Hospital in March 2010.

 

Mr Wembridge's main areas of interest are hip and knee surgery, including complex primary and revision procedures.  He also undertakes arthroscopic knee surgery.

 

He has published research on hip and foot surgery and won prizes at National and International conferences.

He is actively involved in training junior orthopaedic staff of all levels and is the Clinical Lead for the junior grade orthopaedic staff in Rotherham. Mr Wembridge is the Deputy Programme Director for the South Yorkshire Rotation.

Martyn Parker

is an orthopaedic surgeon with a specialist interest in the treatment of hip fractures. His job is somewhat unique in that involves the complete care of hip fracture patients from the assessment at the time of admission, through surgery, post-operative care, rehabilitation and subsequent out-patient follow-up.

 

He is the author of two text books on the management of hip fractures, 18 of Cochrane reviews and over 150 journal articles on hip fractures. He has acted as advisor to a number of clinical guidelines on the management of hip fracture including those from NICE, SIGN and Royal College of Anaesthetists.

Professor Ian Stockley

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Ex-President of the British Hip Society

Member of the International Hip Society

Special Interest in Managing Infection and Bone Loss

Dr Rob Townsend

Consultant Medical Microbiologist

Rob is an honorary clinical lecturer for both Sheffield Hallam University and the University of Sheffield.  In 2007 Rob was elevated to his current consultant role.

Rob’s main clinical interest area is orthopaedic infections, where he has initiated orthopaedic ward rounds and an arthroplasty MDT on a weekly basis.  He also co-created a new bone joint research group at Hallam University, whose special interest is antibiotic implant coatings. Rob gives educational lectures both nationally and internationally on orthopaedic infections.  He is one of the main organisers of the annual Orthopaedic Infections meetings held in Sheffield and is currently on the national working party, responsible for the production of national guidelines for the management of orthopaedic infection.

Mr Marcus Bankes

Marcus has extensive experience treating hip conditions and injuries affecting young and active people, including hip impingement (FAI), hip dysplasia and arthritis. He has particular expertise in hip arthroscopy, peri-acetabular osteotomy (PAO) and ceramic on ceramic total hip replacements. He leads the Young Adult Hip Unit at Guy’s Hospital, the tertiary referral centre for the South England, Wales and Northern Ireland.

   •    Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust, London (appointed 2002)

   •    Chair of Steering Committee, British Hip Society Non-Arthroplasty Hip Registry (NAHR)

   •    Regular Faculty Member at The London Hip Meeting, London Hip Preservation Symposium and Sickle Cell In Focus. Invited lectures at European Hip Society, Charnley Centennial Meeting, International Society of Hip Arthroscopy.

   •    Published peer-reviewed articles on Stress Fractures after Peri-acetabular Osteotomy, Snapping Hip, Ceramic on Ceramic Hip Replacement, Hip Replacement in Patients Less Than 30 years Old, Hip Replacement in Sickle Cell Disease.

   •    Book chapters on Clinical Diagnosis in The Young Adult Hip in Sport, and Hip Joint Complications in Joint Hypermobility Syndrome

   •    Reviewer for Bone and Joint Journal, Hip International and Journal of Hip Preservation Surgery

Mr Martin Stone

Since my consultant appointment at Leeds in 1992 I have run a joint replacement register and have advised the government on the new national hip register.

I developed the first Leeds pre-admission home screening and discharge planning of joint replacement patients in 1992 and set up a patient telephone help line at the Chapel Allerton Hospital hip centre in 1996.

In 1998, I was advisor to the British Orthopaedic Association on the 'Best practice in hip surgery'. I am the organiser of a UK travelling hip concepts group and between 1998-2000, I run an international hip training facility at Leeds General Infirmary (1998-2000).

I have been a member of the regular faculty of British Revision Hip Course, Royal College of Surgeons Revision Hip course, Leeds Practical Hip and Knee course, and Leeds Orthopaedic Biomechanics course.

I currently train a clinical hip fellow and supervise several PhD bioengineering students with the University of Leeds. I am involved in UK and international research projects.

In 2000 I began the annual consultant Yorkshire arthroplasty meeting. I am a member of the LMBRU (Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit) funded by the National Institute for Health Research.

Mr Michael Parry

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Since my consultant appointment at Leeds in 1992 I have run a joint replacement register and have advised the government on the new national hip register.

I developed the first Leeds pre-admission home screening and discharge planning of joint replacement patients in 1992 and set up a patient telephone help line at the Chapel Allerton Hospital hip centre in 1996.

In 1998, I was advisor to the British Orthopaedic Association on the 'Best practice in hip surgery'. I am the organiser of a UK travelling hip concepts group and between 1998-2000, I run an international hip training facility at Leeds General Infirmary (1998-2000).

I have been a member of the regular faculty of British Revision Hip Course, Royal College of Surgeons Revision Hip course, Leeds Practical Hip and Knee course, and Leeds Orthopaedic Biomechanics course.

I currently train a clinical hip fellow and supervise several PhD bioengineering students with the University of Leeds. I am involved in UK and international research projects.

In 2000 I began the annual consultant Yorkshire arthroplasty meeting. I am a member of the LMBRU (Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit) funded by the National Institute for Health Research.

Mr Andy Bruce

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

I was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in Doncaster in 2006 and I am a honorary defence consultant orthopaedic surgeon. I am also a honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Sheffield

My areas of specialist interest are Lower Limb Arthroplastyand Revision Hip Surgery having undertaken Fellowship training in Coventry

 

 

I have been a member of the Reserve forces for over 20 years and have served in various parts of the world, including 2 consultant surgical tours to Camp Bastion, Afghanistan

Mr Andrew Peel

Andrew Peel is a partner in the Healthcare team at Browne Jacobson LLP. Browne Jacobson act for numerous healthcare bodies such as the NHSLA, NHS England, BMI, Bupa and HCA to name but a few. They also act for a leading defence organisation on behalf of its members. Andrew leads a team of lawyers based in their Manchester office and prior to becoming a lawyer practised medicine for 6 years having previously qualified from the Sheffield University Medical School.

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