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The Practice

Mr David George is a highly skilled Orthopaedic Surgeon, committed to staying up-to-date with the latest advancements in his field.


His goal is not only to provide professional diagnoses and individualised treatment plans, but also to prioritise prevention and help patients live better and healthier lives.


Training and Qualifications

Graduating from the University of Birmingham in 2009, Mr George pursued higher surgical training in London and was selected for the Specialist Registrar Orthopaedic training programme at Imperial College London. Mr George honed his skills at some of London's best hospitals, including the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, and University College Hospital London.


Following the completion of his specialty training, Mr George dedicated an additional two years to Fellowship training, further refining his subspecialist expertise in hip and knee surgery. His time at the prestigious Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, and Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital in London added depth to his proficiency.


In his role at The Princess Alexandra Hospitals NHS Trust, Mr George provides comprehensive care for acute musculoskeletal trauma and sports injuries, as well as for chronic conditions to hips and knees. Whilst he takes every effort to explore non-surgical options with his patients, Mr George is able to offer procedures to treat cartilage, ligament and meniscal injuries of the knee, as well as addressing early and advanced osteoarthritis of the hip and knee. This includes partial and total knee replacements, robotic-assisted knee replacements, total hip replacements, and re-do (revision) joint replacements. 


Mr George has been recognised for this commitment to the speciality and has been the recipient of competitive bursaries and prizes, including;

British Hip Society Travelling Fellowship 2022 

Visiting Fellowship at Helios ENDO-Klinik in Hamburg, Germany.

Internationally recognised as leaders in the field of complex primary and revision hip and knee replacements, specifically in the management infected joints.

Further information about the hospital can be found here.

EFORT Robotic Travelling Fellowship 2020

Mr George was one of the first recipients to be awarded the EFORT (European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics and Traumatology) Travelling Fellowship. He has been trained in a wide range of robotic-assisted hip and knee replacement procedures under the supervision of distinguished surgeons in Europe, all of whom had extensive clinical and academic experience in this field.

Kindly sponsored by styker.

Further information about the Fellowship here.


Rosetrees Trust and Stoneygate Trust

Mr George is a recipient of a competitive research grant towards his research into the diagnosis, treatment, and prevention of joint infections.

Kindly sponsored by the Rosetrees Trust and their partner the Stoneygate Trust.  More information about the charity can be found here.



Mr George is well published in peer-reviewed medical journals and continues to play an active role in research in his NHS Practice, collaborating with academic peers in the field. He is also the lead Author of several book chapters in Orthopaedic-related textbooks.

An up-to-date list of his publications can be found here.

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