Mr James Bliss

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery


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Specialises in

  • Knee

About me

Appointed as a consultant knee surgeon to Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, London, in 2002.
Underwent Orthopaedic training in S.E. UK, including Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, St Mary's Hospital in Paddington, along with a 12 month fellowship in knee surgery, Sydney, Australia.
Awarded the gold medal at the completion of training examination (FRCS Trauma and Orthopaedics) for the year 2000.
Intercollegiate examiner in FRCS (Orth) exams and the lead clinician for knee surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals.

Areas of interest

Arthroscopy; Knee surgery; Ligament reconstruction including anterior cruciate ligament; Revision ligament reconstruction; Multi-ligament reconstruction including PCL; Sports injuries; Osteotomy; Osteochondral grafts; meniscal allograft transfer (MAT) surgery; knee replacement (primary, unicompartmental and revision).

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  • Mr James Bliss has worked with Dr David James at the following hospitals:

    • London Bridge Hospital (5-50)
  • Mr James Bliss has worked with Dr Imran Ahmad at the following hospitals:

    • London Bridge Hospital (1-5)
  • Mr James Bliss has worked with Dr Marcus Naef at the following hospitals:

    • London Bridge Hospital (1-5)
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