Our team of specialist knee surgeons have a wealth of experience and a range of specialised skills. On top of this we offer an extensive support network for non-surgical treatment and aftercare.
About The Oxford Knee Group
We are a group of surgeons with a particular interest and expertise in knee surgery practising within the Oxford Orthopaedic Group.
All of our Surgeons practice within the NHS at the internationally renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. Here they deal with both local patients with a range of knee problems, but also more complex patients from around the country who have been referred in for specialist treatment. The group have a particular expertise in partial knee replacements and in particular the ‘Oxford Knee’ which was developed within the unit. They are involved in training other surgeons both nationally and internationally on partial knee replacements.
Our team are involved in several areas of ongoing research and development, Some of the team hold positions within Oxford University, and the team works closely with other researchers within the Nuffield department of orthopaedics rheumatology and musculoskeletal sciences (NDORMS).
Facilities & Availability
We are based at the Manor Hospital Oxford. This is a modern purpose built hospital that offers the most up to date medical facilities within a clean comfortable setting.
The hospital has 6 operating theatres, excellent out patient facilities, on site imaging including MRI and CT scanners. It is conveniently located in Headington with its own underground car park.
Extensive Support Network
We work closely with specialist physiotherapists in and around Oxford. View our map for information on your nearest recommended physiotherapist.
We work with a group of dedicated musculoskeletal radiologists (Report UK) using the most up to date imaging technologies and techniques.
Each of Our team works closely with their anaesthetist to ensure a well planned, safe procedure is performed. All of the anaesthetist we use are consultants in the Oxford Universities NHS Trust