Mr Wilson's medical school was UCH in London, and his post-graduate training was in London at UCH, Queen's Square, RNOH Stanmore and Northwick Park, and in Nottingham where he was a Spinal Research Fellow and a Registrar in Orthopaedics.
Mr Wilson was a consultant in Orthopaedics with an interest in Spinal Surgery at the Whittington Hospital in London for 7 years before moving to the RNOH as a Spinal Surgeon with an interest in degenerative conditions of the Lumbar Spine.
He has a research interest in Minimal Invasive Spine Surgery and is the UK representative of ISMISS which is now 27 years old (www.ismiss.com). Mr Wilson's NHS practice is for complex spinal disorders including revision surgery. Over 90% of the Posterior Lumbar Spine operations that he performs are minimal access, either endoscopic (for lumbar disc protrusions) or using minimal access tubes (Lumbar Fusions - mostly TLIFs). He is involved in the development of the next generation of spinal implants and biologics and is an advisor to Medtronic, Apatech (Baxter Travenol), and K2M.
Mr Wilson has a professional relationship with Premiership Football and Rugby, the English Cricket Board [County and National] and English National Ballet.
At Spire Bushey Hospital, Mr Wilson's typical patient has a degenerative or structural problem with the lumbar spine, causing back pain and/or sciatica. Many of his patients are seeking second opinions.