Mr Shakokani completed his specialist orthopaedic training on the Cambridge rotation, he then undertook one of the country’s highest-volume complex revision hip fellowships at the Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital.
Professor Damian Griffin is the founder and lead doctor of the Hip Arthroscopy Clinic.
He gained a First Class degree in Physiology at Cambridge, and then studied Medicine at Oxford. He trained as an orthopaedic surgeon in Oxford and the United States, and then returned to Cambridge to study and research the clinical epidemiology of musculoskeletal disease.
Miss Samantha Tross has been in practice since 2005 and is currently the Lead Surgeon at Ealing Hospital.
Mr Atif A Malik is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in Hip and Knee disorders and Sports Injuries.
Specialising in hip problems in young adults, Mr Tony Andrade, MBBS, FRCS(Tr&Orth), is a highly regarded orthopaedic, hip and knee surgeon, who is actively involved in research, innovation, and education. He has helped develop arthroscopic techniques and other types of hip preservation surgery in the UK; was responsible for setting up a tertiary referral centre at the Royal Berkshire Hospital, and also establishing a visiting surgeon programme in which surgeons are invited to study his techniques.
Orthopaedic surgeon Dr Kristian Kley is renowned for his work in complex reconstructive hip and knee surgery and has developed many new approaches for applying osteotomy to knee conditions. Based in Hannover, he also serves as consulting surgeon for several international bodies and works at The London Knee Osteotomy Centre. His highly efficient surgical workflows have become widely adopted by colleagues.