Seb strives to provide personalised, high-quality care on an as-needed or preventative basis and believes in educating patients to achieve the best physical condition possible. He uses minimally invasive surgical techniques as part of a rapid recovery programme, and implants and bearing surfaces with a proven track record to increase their longevity.
Seb has been a consultant hip and knee surgeon at Frimley Park Hospital since 2010. He continues to publish, and lectures internationally. He runs a successful fellowship, accredited by the Royal College of Surgeons, with a national reputation.
Training and appointment
Seb was born in London, educated at Ampleforth College and studied medicine at University College London. He was a research fellow at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and went on to higher surgical training through Guy’s St. Thomas’ and King’s Hospitals. He was fellowship trained in Hip and Knee revision surgery in Melbourne, Australia and then at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. He was appointed the Guy’s Hip Fellow in 2010 where he developed his interest in young adult hip surgery and minimally invasive surgery techniques.