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Mr Gibbs' Orthopaedic subspecialty interests are hip and knee conditions ranging from soft tissue and sports injury problems, including ligament reconstruction, through to joint replacement and managing infected and failed joint replacements.
He also has an interest in trauma and limb reconstruction including a specialist interest in treating pelvic fractures, fractures of the hip joint and hamstring injuires. This also includes managing fractures around joint replacements.
Mr James Gibbs completed his basic surgical training at St. Peter’s Hospital, Surrey and graduated from The Royal London Hospital in 1998. He had also completed his Orthopaedic Registrar training on the South-West Thames programme. This included one year working in a Level One Trauma Centre in Waikato, New Zealand.
After Registrar training he completed a fellowship in trauma and limb reconstructive surgery at St. Peter’s Hospital, Chertsey. This was followed by further fellowship training in complex hip and knee arthroplasty and pelvic & acetabular reconstruction at St. George’s Hospital, London.
Areas of interest
Hip disorders; knee disorders; hip injuries; knee injuries; sports injuries; Hip replacement; hip arthritis; soft tissue hip disorders; revision hip arthroplasty; hip arthroscopy; sports knee injuries; arthroscopic knee surgery; knee ligament surgery; knee replacement; knee arthritis; trauma/fracture care
- Janet Dix
- Nuffield Health Haywards Heath Hospital Burrell Road HAYWARDS HEATH RH16 1UD
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Outcomes (checked and approved by medical professional body)
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Outcomes of hip and knee replacement: Post-op length of stay: Total hip replacement 2.9 days, total knee replacement 3.1 days. Time to mobilisation: Over 95% of patients are fully weight bearing on the same day of surgery. Infection rate: 0%.Post-op operative transfusion rate is 0%.Dislocation rate for primary hip arthroplasty is 0%.Patient reported outcome measures: The mean improvement in the Oxford score is 19 at 3 months. No readmissions following surgery with 90 days
- MB BS The Royal London Hospital 1998
- FRCS (Tr & Orth) Royal College Surgeons 2008
Reference number 4555140
Details of entry to specialist register
- Completion of specialist training, 2010
Affiliations / memberships
British Orthopaedic Association
British Hip Society
Post treatment communication
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