Mr Dominic Spicer

FRCS (Orth)

Mr Dominic Spicer is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and has a specialist interest in Arthroscopic knee surgery and lower limb joint reconstruction and replacement. Mr Spicer also has a specialist interest in hip problems for those over 40 years of age.

Career to date

“I graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Hospital Medical Schools before training on the St Mary’s Hospital Orthopaedic rotation and at both the Arthroplasty Foundation and the Rudy Ellis Sports Medicine Institute, Kentucky, USA.

In 2001, I was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospital and in 2004, I was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Imperial College Hospitals NHS Trust. It was here that my elective practice developed in to mostly Sports Medicine and Knee Surgery.

I am involved in providing emergency Orthopaedic and Trauma care for the West London Major Trauma Unit at St Mary’s Hospital. I am also a trainer on both the Imperial College Undergraduate and Postgraduate Orthopaedic Training Programmes. My current research interests relate to patellofemoral and revision joint replacement.”

Mr Spicer maintains an active role in Third World Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Training Programmes in developing countries through Medical & Educational Aid to Kenya (MEAK) and the Kenya Orthopaedic Project.

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