09 August 2018
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Mark Frame at Spire include:
Mr Frame qualified in 2003 from The University of Aberdeen and subsequently undertook his orthopaedic training in the very well regarded west of Scotland orthopaedic training program. During his orthopaedic training he developed an active interest in complex surgery of the knee and trauma. He was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon at the University Hospital Southampton. He has had national press coverage on his innovative research in to 3D printing technology in Orthopaedics and the creation of custom implants and guides for improving surgical outcomes.
Mr Frame specialises in all surgery of the knee but in particular complex primary knee replacements, partial knee replacements, revision (second time) knee replacements and soft tissue ligament reconstruction. He has built a specific interest in problems of the knee cap, both for unstable knee caps and for arthritis. This includes an international fellowship with world expert Dr. David Dejour in Lyon, France. He is trained in the surgical technique of trochleoplasty (creation of a new groove for the knee cap) and has combined this with his research in 3D printing to create a model of the patient's knee from scans to help plan surgery and provide the best possible outcome.
Mr Frame is an internationally trained surgeon, having completed multiple fellowships in trauma and knee surgery. These include: Zimmer Orthopaedic Knee Fellowship - University Hospital Southampton - Prof D. Barrett, Mr P Chapman-Sheath Royal College of Physician & Surgeon of Glasgow International Traveling Fellowship Award - Complex Trauma - Parkland Hospital, Dallas, Texas - Prof Adam Starr. Trauma Traveling Fellowship - Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston - Dr. David Ring, Dr Malcolm Smith Soft Tissue knee and Trochleoplasty Fellowship - Ortho-Lyon Clinic, Lyon, France - Dr David Dejour
Mr Frame is currently leading the implementation of the innovative 'Virtual Fracture Clinic' model originally developed in Glasgow Royal Infirmary in to University Hospital Southampton. From 2010-14 Mr Frame held the position of official team doctor for the professional ELITE league ice hockey team The Braehead Clan.
-Scottish Surgeon 3D Prints Bones for £70, BBC Radio 4 National News, 6pm, 1 November 2011. -Featured article: Medical 3D Printing. A new approachBack to top
MBChB / University of Aberdeen / 2003
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Team Doctor and Medical Coordinator for the ELITE League Professional Ice Hockey Team, The Braehead Clan 2010-2014
Lead for Implementation of the 'Virtual Fracture Clinic' University Hospital Southampton
The Printed Object, Onassis Cultural Center, Athens, Greece – Invited Expert to Exhibit of 3D, Printing Research 12 Dec- 20 Jan 2014.Back to top
I am a very keen skier and raced at university level. I also enjoy teaching skiing and have completed my ski instructor qualifications. In the past if have taught at all levels from beginners up to race training level.
As well as my love for skiing, I enjoy a wide range of outdoor activities including regularly mountain biking and running. I have completed four half marathons with a personal best of 1 hour 47 minutes. I can also sail and enjoy many different water-sports I have a young family with two lovely children and more than anything enjoy any activities we do together as a family.Back to top
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