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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Edward Gardner at Spire include:
I undertook my Orthopaedic training within the Wessex region and was awarded my certificate of completion of specialist training in September2011. A year’s fellowship in Western Australia cemented my interest in primary and revision hip and knee surgery. I developed a specialist interest in stiff and painful total knee replacements. On returning to the UK I completed a second fellowship in hip and knee arthroplasty at Bournemouth Hospital, gaining expertise in revision surgery for infections and metal on metal implants, before continuing to work at Bournemouth as a consultant for two years. During this time I focused on revision hip and knee surgery and introduced enhanced recovery protocols to improve patient outcomes following joint replacement surgery.
I specialise in hip and knee replacements including revision surgery and knee arthroscopy. My current research interests include peri-prosthetic fractures and infected arthroplasty. I have lectured internationally and is on the faculty teaching anatomy at Southampton.
I have 15 years’ experience in orthopaedic surgery.
Medicine BM / University of Southampton / 1999
Bachelor of Surgery
British Orthopaedic Association
British Association Surgery of the Knee
University Hospital SouthamptonBack to top
I live with my wife and young family in Hampshire and enjoy sailing and cycling.Back to top
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