Mr Curtis Robb is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee surgery. His NHS practice is based at Warrington & Halton Hospitals NHS Trust. His private rooms are at Spire Cheshire Hospital in Warrington.
He graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1997 combining his medical studies with a career as an Olympic Athlete competing in the 800m at two Olympic Games and three World Championships.
He completed his training in knee surgery at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham, the Royal Centre for Defence Medicine and at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham, where he was Honorary Clinical Lecturer. He was then appointed as Knee Surgery and Sports Injuries Fellow at Bristol, Coventry and Sydney, Australia.
He has presented on knee surgery nationally and internationally and published several papers on the knee in peer-reviewed literature.
He has a particular interest and experience in managing sports injuries of both amateur and professional athletes.
He offers non-surgical and surgical management options for all knee conditions. Non-surgical techniques include tailoring a programme of physiotherapy and strength & conditioning for the individual patient. Surgical techniques encompass all aspects of knee joint preservation and replacement surgery, including; meniscus repair and transplant, ACL and multi ligament knee reconstruction, cartilage regeneration, knee osteotomy, patella realignment surgery and partial and total knee replacement.