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Gibbons Charles

Mr Charles Gibbons

MB BS, FRCSI, FRCS

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

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About

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    Mr Charles Gibbons is a fellowship trained orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in arthroscopic knee surgery and arthroplasty surgery (hip and knee replacement). His practice involves the treatment of knee sports injuries (meniscal, articular cartilage and ligament) and degenerative conditions of the hip and knee. He has a particular interest in partial knee replacement surgery.

    He trained in Bath, Stanmore and London gaining both England and Ireland surgical exams (medal award Ireland). A fellowship year was spent with Mr John Bartlett at The Austin and Repatriation Hospital in Melbourne (2000) and with Mr Michael Sandow at The Royal Adelaide Hospital (2001).

    He was appointed as a consultant at The Chelsea and Westminster in 2002 and has been Clinical Lead for the department.

    Research interests include bone mineralisation around uncemented implants, arthroscopic knee synovectomy in RA, cryotherapy after TKR and bone bruising patterns after soft tissue knee injury.

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    • knee sports injuries
    • arthroscopic knee surgery
    • meniscal tears
    • articular cartilage defects
    • ligament injuries
    • patello-femoral knee disorders
    • knee osteotomy
    • knee replacement: partial , total , patient specific
    • hip replacement: cemented and uncemented

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