After working as a Registar Fellow in Southampton University Hospital he gained a place as a Specialist Registrar on the Wessex Training Programme in 2004. From January 2009 Mr Risebury spent 12 months in Brisbane, Australia working at The Brisbane Orthopaedic and Sports Medicine Centre with Dr Peter Myers and Dr Peter McMeniman. This Internationally recognised Fellowship in Knee Surgery and Sports Orthopaedics helped prepare him for a Consultant Post as an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in all aspects of Knee Surgery.
Having worked as a Locum Consultant in Orthopaedics at Basingstoke and North Hampshire NHS Foundation Trust from July 2010, he was appointed into a substantive (permanent) Consultant Post as of November 2010. Since then his private practice has developed at The Hampshire Clinic. His practice includes all aspects of Knee Surgery. Special interests are sports injuries, arthroscopic surgery, ligament reconstruction, meniscal preservation (repair), cartilage surgery, osteotomy (re-alignment), aswell as total and partial knee replacement.
Mr Risebury is actively involved in teaching programmes for other medical professionals, regularly lecturing nationally and internationally. He has been a faculty member on several courses teaching surgical technique in areas such as ACL reconstruction, meniscal repair and osteotomy.
Research is an important part of his ongoing professional development, and he has presented and published several scientific papers on various aspects of orthopaedics and particularly knee surgery.