Mr Griffiths qualified from Guys, Kings and St Thomas’ School of medicine, London in 2005. During his time at medical school he completed an intercalated Batchelor of Science (BSC) whereby he was awarded a 1st class (Hons). He completed his foundation training as a junior doctor in the South East Thames region. He carried out his Orthopaedic Registrar training in Wessex Deanery. In 2014 he completed an international one year lower limb arthroplasty and lower limb adult reconstruction fellowship in Perth Australia. He gained significant experience in primary and revision total hip and knee replacement surgery in conjunction with complex adult lower limb reconstructive surgery, following primary and metastatic bone tumour excision. He achieved his completion of consultant training in 2015.
Throughout his training he gained experience in complex pelvic and acetabular reconstructive surgery. He also gained experience in young adult hip surgery including hip arthroscopy. Following completion of his training, in September 2015 he was appointed as the specialist hip fellow at Basingstoke and North Hampshire Hospital. He was appointed as a substantive Trauma and Orthopaedic consultant at Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in April 2016.
He is actively involved in the training of junior doctors and orthopaedic registrars. He has presented at a variety of both national and international meetings and lectured at the University of Western Australia.
- Primary and revision total hip replacement surgery
- Investigation and management of metal on metal total hip replacements
- Hip injection therapies
- Primary and revision total knee replacement surgery
- Partial knee replacements
- Knee arthroscopy
- Knee injection therapies
- Enhanced recovery following lower limb surgery
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