Wednesday, January 17th 2018
The Ark Centre, Basingstoke
LIVE SURGERY AND CADAVERIC DEMONSTRATIONS
Mr Risebury’s medical education started at Cambridge University’s Pembroke College, where he gained an MA (Hons) Degree in Cognitive Psychology in 1995. He completed his MB BS (Hons) at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Medical School, London in 1998. Pre-registration House Officer posts in medicine and surgery were at Kingston Hospital and St Peter’s Hospital in Surrey. His Basic Surgical Training was in S.E. Thames, and a keen interest in Orthopaedic Surgery developed into a period as a Senior House Officer in Orthopaedics at St Richard’s Hospital in Chichester.
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. He also performs hip replacement surgery.
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.
Mr Wilson is a consultant knee surgeon. He qualified with a BSc in Biochemistry from Manchester University in 1989 and then went on to study medicine at St Bartholomew’s medical school, graduating in 1994. He joined the North West Thames Orthopaedic training scheme in 1999. He completed his training in Australia with a 12 month fellowship in knee surgery at The Brisbane Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Centre. He has developed an interest in knee osteotomy and co-chairs the annual Basingstoke knee osteotomy masterclass. Mr Wilson also has an interest in ligament reconstruction and has recently designed new instruments for anatomic ACL reconstruction.
Mr Yasen trained in King's College London, graduating with Triple Distinction in undergraduate medicine and Honours in BSc in physiology in 2006. He also holds degrees in Engineering (MSc, with distinction) from Cardiff University, and Teaching (PGCE with distinction) from Bristol University.
Mr Yasen undertook surgical training in the Wessex region and was awarded the Sir Walter Mercer Medal for Trauma & Orthopaedics and The McLeod medal for Sports and Exercise Medicine in 2014. Sam’s Fellowship training was in Trauma surgery at the John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford (2015), and in Knee surgery with Professor Adrian Wilson, Basingstoke Hospital (2016).
He is currently an Honorary university appointed Teaching Fellow at the University of Southampton, a visiting Research Fellow at the University of Winchester and is a current member of BASEM.
Dr. Bertrand Sonnery-Cottet is an orthopaedic surgeon working at the Centre Orthopédique Santy in Lyon. His clinical practice focuses on sports medicine surgery of knee and ankle conditions, in particular the treatment of knee ligamentous and meniscal injuries. He has published numerous articles in peer-reviewed journals (including AJSM and Arthroscopy) on these topics.
In addition to serving as a reviewer for two scientific journals (AJSM and OTSR), he is a member of the editorial board of OJSM, and a member of four scientific societies (ISAKOS, ESSKA, SOFCOT and SFA). Dr Sonnery-Cottet has a practice which includes elite and professional athletes from a number of sports including football, handball, rugby, basketball and skiing.
Dr Karl Eriksson
Dr Karl Eriksson
Dr Karl Eriksson MD, PhD is a Senior Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and the Associate Professor at the Karolinska Institute in Stockholm, Sweden. During Dr Eriksson’s training he completed a fellowship in Melbourne with John Bartlett after being awarded the ESSKA travelling fellowship in 2002. Dr Eriksson splits his practise between arthroscopic sports medicine and open arthroplasty, whilst being heavily involved in the continued research around sports medicine and degenerative joint disease with current active projects around ACL, Meniscus and Joint replacement. He has 26 publications in peer reviewed journals – including a PhD thesis on “The semitendinosus tendon in anterior cruciate ligament reconstructive surgery”.
Aside from clinical practise Dr Eriksson is a current editorial board member of the Knee Surgery Sport Traumatology Arthroscopic Journal, and a board member of the Swedish Ligament Registry. Dr Eriksson is a committee member of ISAKOS, Deputy Chair of ISAKOS Sport Medicine Committee, ESSKA Arthroscopy Committee and part of the ESSKA Scientific Committee Review Board.
Dr Eriksson has been heavily involved in professional sports including football since 1990. He was the Chief Physician for the Swedish Cross Country Ski Team between 1993 and 2002, Team Doctor to the Swedish Olympic Team in 1994 and 1998.
Rob Gilbert is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in soft tissue and reconstructive knee surgery. He works as a consultant at Wrightington Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Initially from Cumbria, Rob qualified from St Bartholomew's Medical School (London) in 2001. He completed his basic surgical training in the North West before being selected for specialist orthopaedic training on the Oswestry Orthopaedic Rotation in 2006.
Whilst at Oswestry, Rob trained under eminent sport/knee surgeon Mr Dai Rees, which helped shape Rob’s career in sports knee surgery. During his final year as a specialist registrar, Rob was awarded the BOSTAA (British Orthopaedic Sport Trauma and Arthroscopy Association) travelling fellowship in sports surgery. This enabled him to visit centres of excellence throughout the USA, and learn from leading knee surgeons.
Rob is committed to delivering the highest quality treatment to patients following knee injury and helping athletes return to competition.
Dr Mike Rossiter is a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine (SEM) & MSK Lead at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He has just established a training post in MSK & SEM for GP Registrars at the Trust and also an academic link with the University of Winchester in order to increase NHS research projects in SEM and MSK.
He is an Examiner, Vice-Chair of the Appraisal Committee, Council Member and a Regional Representative for the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine.
He has just left his job as CMO for GB Hockey attending three Commonwealth and three Olympic Games (including the Gold medal for the Women at Rio 2016), European and World Cups as team doctor. He has been club doctor at London Irish, Southampton FC and CMO for GB Synchronised Swimming and worked as a Sports Physician for the English Institute of Sport, at Bisham Abbey, for 9 years, treating elite able-bodied and disabled athletes across many sports. He is one of the match day doctors at Twickenham, tutor on the Immediate Care in Sport Course and independent match reviewer for concussion from Premiership to International matches. He has been appointed Team England CMO for the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Australia.
Peter Thompson is a consultant specialist knee and trauma surgeon at the University Hospitals of Coventry and Warwickshire.
He qualified from Birmingham University Medical School in 1992 and completed specialist training in orthopaedic and trauma surgery in London in 2004 before undertaking a fellowship in Knee, Sports and Arthroplasty Surgery in Victoria, Australia. His interests cover a full range of knee problems from sports injuries to the treatment of the arthritic knee.
He is committed to training junior surgeons at UHCW, teaching various aspects of knee surgery at both national and international meetings as well as lecturing at Warwick University.