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Lt Col Benjamin Caesar

BSc (Hons), MBBS, MD, FRCS Ed (T&O), FRCS Eng, Dip SEM, MFSEM (UK)

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Lt Col Ben Caesar RAMC, specialises in treating trauma and sports injuries. Whether it is a broken bone, a dislocation of a joint, a ligament injury or damage to cartilage, he takes a patient-focused approach to the management of injuries, offering non-operative, novel biologic and minimally invasive arthroscopic interventions as well as standard open trauma surgery. His compassion for patients and their care has led him to initiate a programme of culture change within healthcare so that every patient receives the best possible care.

He graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 1998 and trained in London, Edinburgh on the SE Scotland Basic Surgical Training Programme and in the West Midlands on the renowned Oswestry Higher Surgical Training Programme before undertaking fellowships in trauma surgery in Kenya, shoulder and elbow surgery in Derby, and knee surgery with Mr Andy Williams and Mr Jonathon Lavelle in London.

He has worked as a consultant at St. Mary’s, Paddington and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals before being posted to the Major Trauma Centre in Brighton where he has worked for the past 7 years.

His time in Edinburgh included a year as the Scottish Orthopaedic Research Trust into Trauma (SORT-iT) Fellow and he was awarded his Doctorate of Medicine (MD) for his thesis on Fracture Epidemiology and Social Deprivation.

He has worked as a pitch side doctor for the Scottish Rugby Union at various levels for a decade and continues to look after the needs of both amateur and professional sports people in his practice.

He has deployed as an Army surgeon and worked in several conflict zones around the world in field hospitals of varying size and capabilities. He has founded a Service Personnel and Veterans Service for musculoskeletal conditions (The Chavasse Clinic) and awarded has been awarded a Service Champions Award for his work in this area.

He is a member of the BOA, BOSTAA, BESS and CSOS.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and England.

He is a Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine.

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Overview

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Lt Col Ben Caesar RAMC, specialises in treating trauma and sports injuries. Whether it is a broken bone, a dislocation of a joint, a ligament injury or damage to cartilage, he takes a patient-focused approach to the management of injuries, offering non-operative, novel biologic and minimally invasive arthroscopic interventions as well as standard open trauma surgery. His compassion for patients and their care has led him to initiate a programme of culture change within healthcare so that every patient receives the best possible care.

He graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 1998 and trained in London, Edinburgh on the SE Scotland Basic Surgical Training Programme and in the West Midlands on the renowned Oswestry Higher Surgical Training Programme before undertaking fellowships in trauma surgery in Kenya, shoulder and elbow surgery in Derby, and knee surgery with Mr Andy Williams and Mr Jonathon Lavelle in London.

He has worked as a consultant at St. Mary’s, Paddington and Chelsea and Westminster Hospitals before being posted to the Major Trauma Centre in Brighton where he has worked for the past 7 years.

His time in Edinburgh included a year as the Scottish Orthopaedic Research Trust into Trauma (SORT-iT) Fellow and he was awarded his Doctorate of Medicine (MD) for his thesis on Fracture Epidemiology and Social Deprivation.

He has worked as a pitch side doctor for the Scottish Rugby Union at various levels for a decade and continues to look after the needs of both amateur and professional sports people in his practice.

He has deployed as an Army surgeon and worked in several conflict zones around the world in field hospitals of varying size and capabilities. He has founded a Service Personnel and Veterans Service for musculoskeletal conditions (The Chavasse Clinic) and awarded has been awarded a Service Champions Award for his work in this area.

He is a member of the BOA, BOSTAA, BESS and CSOS.

He is a Fellow of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and England.

He is a Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine.

Reviews

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