Lister Orthopaedics in Chelsea
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World-class orthopaedic services at The Lister Hospital and Chelsea Outpatient Centre
Don’t let joint, hip, knee or spinal problems stop you from enjoying life. Whether it’s an on going niggle or a new problem, our world-class orthopaedic consultants can diagnose and treat all manner of musculoskeletal conditions.
Conditions we treat
We treat many orthopaedic conditions including:
- hip and knee problems
- foot and ankle disorders
- shoulder and elbow complaints
- sports injuries
- upper and lower limb problems
Investigations and treatments
Our consultants will provide you with a quick, clear and accurate diagnosis. They will tell you what treatment is suitable for your condition to help you get back to your usual activity as quickly as possible. You can bring with you an existing scan and medical records to get a second opinion on your condition.
The Lister Hospital and Chelsea Outpatient Centre offer a full range of investigations and treatments. If you need surgery we offer many types, including:
- back surgery
- neck surgery
- spine surgery
- knee replacement
- hip replacement
- elbow surgery
- shoulder surgery
- hand surgery
- foot surgery
To discuss a course of action for just £250, call our team of advisors from 8am to 8pm, and 9am to 5pm on Saturdays on +44 (0) 20 7079 4399. You can usually have a same day or next day appointment at Chelsea Outpatient Centre or The Lister Hospital. Our advisors can give you a guide price for some common treatments when you call to make your appointment.
The Lister Hospital is part of HCA Hospitals, London’s number one private hospital group. Over the last ten years, we’ve invested £500 million in the latest technologies and facilities, so you can be sure you’re getting the best treatment available. No other private hospital group can offer you this level of expertise in such superior hospitals.
Did you know that you can pay directly for your care? Our treatment costs are more affordable than you may have thought and our prices are very competitive. We’ve set out a straightforward process to make things as easy as possible, with no hidden costs.
Your initial consultation with one of our leading specialists, to clarify your condition and discuss the best course of action, will cost just £250. Following this, if surgery is required, we'll give you an estimated price for your treatment so that you can consider your options.
If you decide to go ahead with treatment, we'll arrange a pre-operative assessment and then provide a firm price offer for the treatment package, valid for 60 days, so that you know exactly what the cost will be.
Our leading specialists are experts in all aspects of orthopaedic treatment and surgery, working with state-of-the-art equipment and the latest treatment techniques to provide the best possible care. You will have surgery in dedicated operating theatres with 'laminar flow' to minimise the risk of infection. Specialist nurses and therapists work closely with our consultants to help you to regain your health and mobility as quickly as possible.
Your treatment will include some or all of the following elements:
- Two-stage pre-op assessment
- Hospital accommodation
- Nursing care and facilities
- The treatment itself
- Routine X-rays, scans and any physio during the hospital stay
- Mobility aids such as crutches as required.
If you change your mind about having surgery, you'll only need to pay for the hospital and treatment costs you've incurred up until the point of cancellation.
What to do next
To clarify your condition and discuss a course of action for just £250, call our team of advisors from 8am to 8pm, and 9am to 5pm on Saturdays on 020 7079 4399. Same day or next day appointments are normally available, and our advisors can give you a guide price for some common treatments when you call to make your appointment.
The Lister Hospital provides the very highest standards of clinical skills and nursing care. Many of our consultants come from London’s top teaching hospitals and all are experts in their fields. They work with the latest technology and techniques to offer you the full range of orthopaedic services.
Mr James Calder
Mr James Calder is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He qualified from The London Hospital in 1991 and gained his surgical fellowship in 1995. Mr Calder spent another six years training in Orthopaedic Surgery, during which time he published and presented extensively. Having successfully won the prestigious Laming Evans Fellowship from the Royal College he submitted his Doctorate of Medicine thesis in 2001. In 2001 he also successfully passed his final specialist Trauma and Orthopaedic examinations thus gaining the FRCS (Tr & Orth). He completed his training with a 12-month fellowship in Foot and Ankle surgery under Dr Terry Saxby at the Brisbane Foot and Ankle Centre, Australia and was Travelling Fellow for the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society in 2006. Mr Calder is well recognised for his work in the Arthroscopic (Keyhole) management of sport related ankle disorders.
Mr Ioan Jones
Mr Ioan Tudur Jones was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at Guys and St Thomas' Hospitals, London in 2008. After becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Mr Jones spent another six years training in Orthopaedic surgery. During this period he was awarded a fellowship (Laming Evans) by the Royal College to further pursue his research interests. He has published and presented his work internationally. In 2006 he successfully passed his final specialist Trauma and Orthopaedic examinations thus gaining the FRCS (Ortho). He completed his training with an 18-month fellowship in Foot and Ankle surgery, at The Nuffield in Oxford and The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London. His current practice is exclusively dedicated to the management of foot and ankle related problems as well as general Orthopaedic trauma.
Mr Peter Rosenfeld
Mr Peter Rosenfeld was appointed as the Consultant Foot & Ankle surgeon to St Mary's Hospital, London in 2004. He trained at the Royal London Hospital, including one year at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and attained the FRCS (Orth) in 2003. He went on to sub specialise in Foot & Ankle surgery with the internationally recognised Dr T Saxby in Brisbane.
Mr Nicholas Savva
Nick Savva is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon. He qualified at St Bartholomew's Hospital in 1994 and gained his surgical fellowship in 1998. Mr Savva then spent a further 6 years training in Orthopaedic Surgery and gained FRCS(Tr & Orth) in 1997.
Mr Sam Singh
MA MRCS FRCS(Orth)
Sam Singh is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospital. After completing orthopaedic training in London, Mr Singh undertook further sub-specialist training in foot and ankle surgery at Harvard University. He offers the latest techniques for treating conditions such as bunions, ankle sports injuries and arthritis. Mr Singh’s specialities include all foot and ankle disorders including sporting injuries, fractures and sprains, bunions and hammertoes, nerve and tendon disorders, arthritis of the foot and ankle, Achilles tendonitis, plantar fasciitis, flat feet and ingrowing toenails.
Ms Alice Bremner-Smith
MBBCh BSc FRCS(Orth)
Ms Bremner-Smith trained in London and Bristol. After completing training in Orthopaedics & Trauma Surgery, she obtained two years’ specialist experience in hand surgery in Oxford, London, Sydney and Paris. Ms Bremner-Smith currently works as a Consultant Hand Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and holds private clinics at The Lister Hospital and Chelsea Outpatient Centre. She treats a wide range of hand and wrist problems like Dupuytren’s disease, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, ganglions, rheumatoid arthritis and osteoarthritis. She also treats trauma to tendons, nerves, soft tissues, fractures and joint injuries.
Mr Jonathan Compson
MBBS BSc FRCS FRCS(Orth)
Jonathan Compson is a specialist in wrist and elbow injuries and non-traumatic conditions, hand fractures and soft limb conditions and soft hand tumours. His special interests are in scaphoid fractures, wrist injuries, small joint arthroscopy, elbow injuries and arthritic elbow. He is an expert in small joint injuries and lectures on all these conditions on an international scale. Mr Compson’s research interests include carpal fractures and associations, anatomy of upper limb radiology and arthroscopic surgery.
Mr Richard Field
PhD FRCS FRCS(Orth)
Richard Field qualified from Westminster Hospital in 1980. After house jobs at St Stephen’s Hospital, Chelsea and Senior House Officer posts at University College Hospital and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, he completed a PhD at Cambridge University. Mr Field is one of the UK’s most experienced practitioners in arthroscopic hip surgery, muscle sparing hip replacement, hip resurfacing and complex hip replacement. He undertakes approximately 500 hip operations per year. His current research interests are in patterns of hip instability, the pre-clinical and clinical evaluation of new implants, outcomes and surveillance studies in joint replacement surgery and health economics.
Mr Warwick Radford
Warwick Radford is a senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and at The Lister Hospital, specialising in orthopaedic conditions affecting the hip joint. His area of special interest is hip surgery, both primary and revision procedures, as well as some hip arthroscopy. He has also been involved in the development of image-guided surgery for hip replacement and is one of the first users of 3D pre-operative planning in the UK.
Mr John Timperley
MBChB FRCS(Ed) D. Phil (Oxon)
John Timperley completed his postgraduate education in several Centres of Excellence in the UK including the Exeter Hip Unit under Robin Ling OBE. He was awarded a British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) grant and the John Charnley Research Fellowship to travel to Centres of Excellence in North America as well as a Johnson & Johnson Fellowship in Ohio, USA. Mr Timperley completed a PhD at Oxford University and his research interest continues in the academic Hip Unit in Exeter. He is supervising several higher degrees in collaboration with Bath University and is a member of the Educational Advisory Board for the Homer Stryker Center in New Jersey, USA. He lectures on hip surgery extensively both nationally and internationally and is Honorary Secretary of the British Hip Society, as well as elected member of Council of the British Orthopaedic Association.
Mr Ajeya Adhikari
MBBS MS(Orth) MCh(Orth) FRCS(Orth)
Mr. Ajeya Adhikari is a specialist in lower limb conditions in particular knee surgery and sports injury of the knee. He has pioneered the use of computers and robotics in orthopaedic surgery in the UK. Mr Adhikari is in the top decile nationally for the number of patients treated.
Mr Charles Gibbons
MBBS FRCSI FRCS
Charles Gibbons is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in hip and knee replacement and arthroscopic surgery of the knee. He undertook basic surgical training in Bath, Chelmsford and Stanmore and was appointed to Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in May 2002. Mr Gibbons has a special interest in unicompartmental knee surgery and arthroscopic ligament knee reconstruction.
Mr Ian Holloway
MBBS FRCS(Tr & Orth)
Ian Holloway is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in hip and knee surgery. He trained in London and was a senior trainee at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. He spent a year in Australia completing two specialist hip and knee fellowships in Sydney and Melbourne. Mr Holloway specialises in surgery for sports injuries of the knee and primary and revision hip and knee replacement surgery. His NHS appointment at Northwick Park Hospital allows him to undertake complex revision surgery, often for periprosthetic fractures (fractures around joint replacements) and for cases with significant bone loss.
Miss Alison Hulme
Miss Hulme is an Orthopaedic Surgeon, with 70% of her work being paediatric in nature. She treats patients with a wide variety of childhood conditions including; DDH (development dysplasia of the hip)/ CDG (congenital dislocation of the hip), perthes disease, clubfeet, cerebral palsy and other neuromuscular conditions. Limb construction work includes limb lengthening and correction of deformity. Miss Hulme set up the Paediatric hip screening clinic within the NHS for early detection and treatment of DDH/CDH. She also participates in a multidisciplinary gait clinic for children predominantly with cerebral palsy.
Mr Paul Jairaj
MBChB FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Orth)
Mr Paul Jairaj qualified in Medicine from the University of Birmingham. He completed his basic surgical training at St Mary’s Hospital, St Bartholomew’s Hospital, The Royal Postgraduate Medical School at The Hammersmith Hospital, The Mayday Hospital and Hillingdon Hospital. In 1997 Paul started specialist training in Trauma & Orthopaedics as a Specialist Registrar on the Imperial College Scheme in North West Thames region. Paul was awarded his Certificate of Completion of Specialist Training in July 2003, and was then entered onto the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. His speciality is arthroscopic and minimally invasive surgery of the hip and knee, with a special interest in sports injuries, computerguided surgery and joint replacement using custom-designed implants.
Mr Samuel Church
Mr Church qualified in 1995 at the Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School. He is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. He sub-specialises in all aspects of Knee Surgery including sports knee injuries, arthroplasty and the medical and surgical treatment of patellofemoral pain.
Mr Andrew Davies
Following training through the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Mr Davies undertook two fellowships in reconstructive knee surgery at the leading Sports Medicine Clinic in Sydney and Perth, Australia. He was appointed as a Specialist Knee Surgeon to Guy’s & St Thomas Hospital in 2000. His teaching hospital practice is very much weighted towards complex and revision surgery referred from all over the South East and elsewhere. He has built up expertise in all aspects of knee reconstruction with more than 2000 ACL reconstructions and several thousand arthroscopies.
Mr John Hardy
Mr Hardy is a full-time private consultant in orthopaedics and trauma. He is registered with all healthcare insurers and accepts private referrals from GP’s and sports injury clinics. Mr Hardy specialises in knee surgery and sports medicine. He has published the outcome of a series of 100 footballers who he treated who had broken their shins during the sport. He now lectures to clubs on the prevention of injury in sport and has advised the British Standards Institute on protective clothing in sport. He is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association and British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma Association. Mr Hardy was awarded the sought after MD in 1997. This was completed over a four year period and included the publication of a thesis on fracture healing. In this work Mr Hardy characterised two of the most accurate measurements of fracture healing available. Mr Hardy continues to publish research and articles on current orthopaedic practice.
Mr Jonathon Lavelle
Mr Jonathon Lavelle qualified from Charing Cross Hospital Medical School in 1985. He trained in Orthopaedics on the West London training scheme including working at The Middlesex Hospital, Chelsea & Westminster and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospitals. He has been a consultant at Chelsea & Westminster since 1996, developing his knee surgical practice there, as well as at The Wellington Hospital and The Lister Hospital.
Mr Michael Wilkinson
Mr Michael Wilkinson qualified from Westminster Medical School in 1982. After his basic surgical training he was appointed to the St Mary’s registrar rotation, working at St.Mary’s, Cuckfield, Charing Cross and Westminster Hospitals. As a senior registrar on the Charing Cross rotation he rotated through Kingston, Northwick Park and St Mary’s Hospitals before undertaking a one year post in Knee Surgery at the Royal North Shore Hospital of Sydney. On his return, he spent a year at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Mr Brian Bourke
Dr Brian Bourke is a Consultant Physician in General Medicine & Rheumatology in a London teaching hospital with a major interest in Undergraduate & Postgraduate training. Dr Bourke is the Secretary to the Specialist Advisory Committee of the Joint Royal Colleges in General Medicine and the regional specialty advisor in General Medicine & Rheumatology for South Thames.
Professor Margaret Callan
Professor Callan trained at Cambridge and Oxford University medical schools. She worked in London before returning to Oxford where she led an immunology research group. She took up a clinical post in 2004 as Consultant Rheumatologist at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital with an honorary appointment at Imperial College, London. She has a wide experience of general rheumatology with special interests in arthritis and osteoporosis.
Mr Gerard Hall
Dr Hall qualified from Middlesex Hospital Medical School in 1982. After junior posts in Gloucestershire, he specialised in rheumatology and internal medicine at St Bartholomew's and St Thomas's Hospitals. He became a Consultant in 1996 and held posts at St Peter's Hospital, Chertsey and then at The Royal London Hospital. He became a full time private practitioner in 2009.
Dr Stephanie Kaye-Barrett
Dr Stephanie Kaye-Barrett is a consultant physician and rheumatologist with over twelve years of consultant grade experience and expertise. She was appointed as a consultant physician and rheumatologist in 1996, at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital, where she set up a new medical team and specialist clinics in rheumatology. The specialist clinics included a complex rheumatoid arthritis clinic (using the latest anti-TNF drugs), an osteoporosis clinic (including premenopausal and male patients), a joint injection clinic, a combined expert hand clinic (with the consultant hand surgeon) and a combined expert shoulder clinic. She also had strong links with the spinal surgery and pain management teams. With a great sense of gratitude for all the training and excellent opportunities for teamwork, Dr Kaye-Barrett left the NHS in 2004, motivated by a wish to work on a smaller scale and at a more personal level with her patients. She works at The Lister Hospital, with a network of consultant colleagues and practitioners. Tatler magazine listed her in the UK’s top 250 best private doctors in 2006 and 2007. Dr Kaye-Barrett is referred to, both nationally and internationally, for the treatment of painful musculoskeletal disorders.
Mr Simon Owen-Johnstone
MB ChB(Hons), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Mr Owen-Johnstone is a Specialist in Shoulders, Elbows, Wrist and Hands, working exclusively in London Private Healthcare.
He studied Medicine at the University of Leicester, and became a junior surgeon at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital, where he decided on a career in orthopaedics. Higher Surgical training on the Bart’s rotation took him to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and Great Ormond Street, amongst others. Mr Owen Johnstone also studied at the St Andrews Centre for Plastic Surgery, on a National Fellowship.
Mr Owen-Johnstone became a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London in 2004, working on the multiple major injuries brought by the Helicopter Emergency Medical Service. He was the Orthopaedic Lead Clinician before leaving the NHS in 2011.
His practice covers all aspects of problems from the fingertips to the collarbone. Mr Owen-Johnstone deals with joints, skin, bone, muscle, tendon and nerve. A lot of his surgery is ‘keyhole’
Mr Andrew Richards
Mr Andrew Richards graduated from St. Mary’s Hospital, London in 1996, with a Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery Degree and an Honours Degree in Physiology.He undertook his orthopaedic specialist registrar training on the South West Thames rotation where he developed a specialist interest in shoulder and elbow surgery and in complex trauma.He was privileged to spend a year at the world-renowned Johns Hopkins Hospital in the USA where his research, on tears of the rotator cuff, lead to the award of a Master of Surgery degree. He has also received specialist fellowship training in complex trauma and reconstructive surgery at the Rowley Bristow unit in Surrey and in arthroscopic techniques in the shoulder and elbow at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospital in London. In 2009 Mr Richards was appointed as a consultant at Guy’s and St. Thomas’ Hospitals with a specialist interest in shoulder and elbow surgery and complex traumatic injuries of the upper limb.
Mr Andrew Sankey
MA(Cantab) FRCS(Tr & Orth)
Andrew Sankey studied at St John’s College, Cambridge and then St Mary’s Hospital, London, and qualified in July 1997. He trained as a Specialist Registrar in Trauma & Orthopaedics on the University College Hospital/Middlesex rotation in London. Mr Sankey spent 12 months sub-specialising in, and researching, upper limb surgery at the Shoulder Unit at St Mary’s Hospital and the Department of Biomechanical Engineering, Imperial College. He completed his sub-specialist training at the Shoulder Unit at University College Hospital.
Mr Damian Fahy
Mr Damian Fahy qualified from University College London, The University of London and thereafter trained in orthopaedic surgery in London. His training in Spinal Surgery took place at Charing Cross Hospital and The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Mr Fahy also trained in Sweden, Switzerland and for a short time in the United States. His main interests are back and neck pain, sciatica and disc diseases. He also has a specialist practice focussing on sports related spinal problems - treating many professional and world class sportsmen and women from athletic, swimming, rugby, cricket and professional football backgrounds.
Mr Jason Harvey
Mr Harvey's practice exclusively involves the assessment and treatment of patients with spinal conditions. He has completed a 12 month specialist spinal fellowship in Brisbane, Australia as well as training in Bristol and Southampton Spinal Centres.
Mr Colin Natali
MBBS FRCS FRCS(Orth)
Colin Natali is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who is fellowship trained in spinal surgery. His practice is exclusively the diagnosis and treatment of conditions affecting the neck, thoracic and lumbar spine. Particular interests include back pain, neck pain, prolapsed intervertebral discs, whiplash syndrome and spondylolisthesis. Surgery includes open and minimal access surgery. Mr Natali is the Medical Director of a Rehabilitation Clinic called Back2Normal, the Programme Director for the Orthopaedics Registrar Rotation at the Royal London Hospital, a Senior Lecturer for Undergraduates at Queen Mary Westfield College and a Medical Advisor for several Insurance Companies.
Mr Adam Way
MSc MBChB MRCS(Eng) FRCS(Orth)
Mr Adam Way is a Consultant Spinal surgeon at Frimley Park Hospital, where he specialises in treating patients with neck and back problems.
After qualifying he undertook his Orthopaedic surgical training at Barts and the Royal London Hospital, spending 2 years in the spinal unit at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore and a further year doing an advanced spinal fellowship. He routinely uses a microscope and utilises minimally invasive spinal techniques for spinal degenerative, trauma and tumour work. These skills assist patients with their rehabilitation and also reduce their length of hospital stay.
Mr Way is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons. He has written papers and presented nationally and internationally on spinal conditions.
Dr Catherine Spencer-Smith
Dr Cath Spencer-Smith qualified in 1995 from St. Bartholomew's Hospital, and trained in Sports Medicine at Bath University. She has worked with an extensive range of different sports people, treating patients ranging from Olympians and Paralympians to the occasional exerciser. She was a Sports Physician at the 2012 Olympic Games, the 2002 Commonwealth Games, and has worked with GB rowing, track and field sports, marathon, endurance and outdoor adventure sports men and women. She developed an MSc Programme at Bangor University, and is a keen lecturer.
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