Mr Rhidian Morgan-Jones

MB.BCh., FRCS (Ed), M.Med.Sci., FRCS (Tr&Orth)

Mr Morgan-Jones is a fellowship trained Consultant knee specialist and Honorary Lecturer at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. He consults with the most complex of patients, from all over the UK and abroad, to resolve failed knee surgery. He offers a supra-specialist service dealing with all causes of failed knee replacement including infection.

Career to Date

Mr Morgan-Jones is a fellowship trained Consultant knee specialist and Honorary Lecturer at the University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff. He consults with the most complex of patients, from all over the UK and abroad, to resolve failed knee surgery. He offers a supra-specialist service dealing with all causes of failed knee replacement including infection.

  • Medical  School – University of Wales College of Medicine, Cardiff 1989
  • House Jobs and Junior Surgical posts – 1989-1994
  • Orthopaedic Rotation – Oswestry/Stoke-on-Trent, 1994-2000
  • Bone infection fellowship – Johannesburg, RSA 1999
  • Knee fellowship – Sydney, Australia 1999-2000
  • Consultancy – University Hospital of Wales, Cardiff 2000 onwards

Since his consultant appointment in 2000, Mr Morgan-Jones has developed an international reputation as a revision knee surgeon, dealing with all aspects of failed knee surgery including infection. He specialises in revision knee replacements and complex young adult knee arthritis. Having authored over 80 peer reviewed papers and 10 books and book chapters he is a recognised authority in his field.

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