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Professor Ian Stockley

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

 

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About me

Professor Ian Stockley graduated from the University of Sheffield in 1979. After basic surgical training at the Manchester Royal Infirmary, he undertook his orthopaedic training in Sheffield. He underwent further sub specialist training in hip and knee joint reconstructive surgery in Toronto Canada, having been awarded the Sir John Charnley Fellowship. Consultant appointment at the Northern General Hospital Sheffield, followed in 1991.
Since that time, he has continued to work in the field of complex hip and knee reconstruction and with the award of British Orthopaedic Association European Travelling Fellow visited prestigious centres in Germany, Austria and Holland.
He is a Past President of the British Hip Society and active member of the International Hip Society.
His research interests over the years have focused on the management of bone loss with osteoarticular and bone allograft transplants, prevention and treatment of bone and joint infection and therapeutic coatings on implants.
He has presented and published widely on many aspects of hip and knee replacement surgery with his CV containing over 90 publications and book chapters. He enjoys teaching and in 2000 awarded the prize of Trainer of the Year by the British Orthopaedic Trainees Association.

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Hip replacement surgery; Hip pain
Complex hip replacement surgery including the young adult hip;
Hip revision surgery;
The infected hip replacement;
Hip injection therapy;
Knee replacement surgery; Knee pain; osteo arthritis; arthritis; injections; injection therapy; joint injections; Joint pain;
Knee revision surgery;
The infected knee replacement

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