Mr Sean Curry

MB BS FRCS (Tr&Orth)

Mr Sean Curry is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon specialising in knee and hip problems as well as treating a variety of fractures.

Career to date

“I graduated from London Hospital Medical College in 1992. During my post-grad training, I worked at various hospitals throughout London, including Great Ormond Street, Barts and The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and I was lucky enough to go on two fellowships to Australia, where I worked with Australia’s top knee surgeons.”

“On my return to the UK, I finished my training at The Royal London Hospital before moving to a consultant post at The Chelsea & Westminster Hospital. In 2002, I was appointed Orthopaedic Consultant to St Bart’s and The Royal London Hospitals. “

“After battling with the inefficiencies and frustrations of life as a consultant surgeon in the NHS for almost 10 years, I left in 2011 to dedicate myself to quality in the private sector. I was honoured to be invited to join the consultant body of King Edward VII’s Hospital in May 2013.

 

 

My Wife saw Mr. Curry last September and was greatly encouraged by the time, interest and advice that he gave her. He suggested that she saw Justin Coulter, which she did and his footbeds were particularly helpful. We’ve just come back from a few days’ skiing which were extremely successful and my Wife was almost back to her old self!

She just wanted to say: A BIG THANK YOU to you both!!!

January 22, 2018

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