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.

Absolutely brilliant care from Mr Curry

November 18, 2016

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