Knee Ligament reconstruction including anterior cruciate ligament and multi ligament work. Paediatric ligament surgery. Anterolateral ligament surgery. Posterior cruciate ligament surgery. Revision ligament surgery; Knee arthroscopy including meniscal repair and meniscal transplantation. Cartilage repair; Anterior knee pain; Revision surgery (orthopaedic); Degenerative knee disorders; Sports injuries; Tendonitis; Tendonopathy; Osteotomy including complex intra-articular and revision Osteotomy. Knee replacement surgery including partial ,total and revision knee arthroplasty

Professor Adrian Wilson is a Knee and Sports injury Specialist and a global name in knee Osteotomy surgery.

Professor Wilson qualified with a BSc in Biochemistry from Manchester University in 1989 and then went on to study medicine at St Bartholomew’s medical school, graduating in 1994. He did his fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Brisbane Orthopaedic Centre with Peter Myers in 2004.

He is a true innovator and has developed several devices commonly used in knee ligament and Osteotomy surgery. He has introduced truly minimally invasive surgical techniques for knee Osteotomy surgery, which are increasingly being performed worldwide. His innovative techniques in joint preserving knee surgery has led to many UK and International knee specialist colleagues being treated by Professor Wilson.

Professor Wilson pioneered the technique for the new Anterolateral Ligament (ALL) replacement to allow repair over reconstruction, with the first anatomic ALL being carried out in November 2012 in Basingstoke. This technique has become routine practice globally for many leading knee surgeons. It is especially useful in children and Professor Wilson receives many tertiary referrals for young children with this potentially devastating injury.

Professor Wilson is a founding member of the UK Knee Osteotomy Registry (UKKOR), the first national database dedicated to Osteotomy surgery and the world's largest database of osteotomy patients worldwide. He also runs an annual Knee Osteotomy Masterclass for surgeons who travel from across the globe to attend.

He has regularly performed live surgery around the world at major meetings since 2011, as well as running a number of his own successful surgical training events.

Leading the way in teaching Osteotomy surgery, Professor Wilson has made a series of highly detailed surgical technique videos which are frequently used by knee surgeons as a guide to how to perform this challenging surgery.

He holds an honorary professorship within the department of Sport and Exercise at The University of Winchester and has several on-going research projects at Imperial College London. Professor Wilson also runs a successful fellowship programme for senior orthopaedic surgeons in training.

Professional memberships:

  • British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK),
  • American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS),
  • British Orthopaedic Association (BOA),
  • Royal College of Surgeons of England,
  • European Society of Sports Traumatology,
  • Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA)

Mr Ali Noorani MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCS FRCS (Trauma & Orth) is a renowned upper limb orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, focusing on the shoulder and elbow. He has treated numerous professional sportspeople and complex sports injuries and trauma cases are regularly referred to him by colleagues.

Mr Noorani graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine in 2000 before working on the Royal London Hospital rotation and Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. Specialist fellowship training followed at The Royal Liverpool Hospital on the Upper Limb fellowship programme. He has also trained widely in the US.

Mr Noorani adopts a multidisciplinary approach, using physiotherapy where appropriate, meaning only 20% of his patients need surgery. He uses minimally invasive techniques and believes in accurate diagnosis and clear explanation. He introduced LEAN methodology to the upper limb service and has pioneered innovations such as a one-stop patient assessment clinic and telemedicine techniques. He has contributed to peer-reviewed journals, carried out key research and led in trials.

His affiliations include: Royal London Orthopaedic and Trauma Society (founding member); Barts Orthopaedic Fund; European Society for Shoulder & Elbow Rehabilitation (education board); British Shoulder & Elbow Society; British Orthopaedic Association; British Medical Association; Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (review board), and The Royal College of Surgeons (Fellow).

His awards include: the British Shoulder and Elbow Society Fellowship; the British Orthopaedic Association Fellowship, and an AO trauma fellowship to Salzburg.

He is doctor to several sporting bodies, notably at the 2015 Rugby World Cup, and works at a number of prestigious London-based organisations and hospitals. He founded and serves as a director for The Harley Street Speciality Hospital and Orthopaedic Specialists; and co-founded REE Health & Trauma SOS.

Dr Ronald van Heerwaarden MD PhD has gained an international reputation as a consultant orthopaedic and specialist knee surgeon with unrivalled expertise in knee joint preservation surgery, limb deformity correction and knee osteotomy. Based in the Netherlands, Abu Dhabi and London, his practice is focused solely on these key areas. Widely-published and renowned for his innovations in both new surgical techniques and instruments, he also lectures regularly on his specialism.

Dr van Heerwaarden gained his medical degree from the Free University of Amsterdam, before undertaking his specialist training in orthopaedics under the guidance of Professor René Marti at Amsterdam’s Academical Medical Centre. After setting up his orthopaedic practice at the Sint Maartensclinics, he founded and led the Netherlands-based Limb Reconstruction Centre and the Limb Deformity Reconstruction Units for 13 years.

Since 2016, he has held the post of specialist consultant in knee osteotomy at Abu Dhabi’s International Knee and Joint Centre, and in the same year, set up a Centre for Deformity Correction and Joint Preserving Surgery at Kliniek ViaSana, Mill in the Netherlands.

His reputation for forging groundbreaking techniques means that surgeons travel from every corner of the globe to watch him operate to better understand his technique and surgical innovations, such as the invention of surgical technique details, plates for the fixation after performing an osteotomy and the use of the knee joint distraction frame.

With more than 100 scientific peer-reviewed research articles, 500 plus lectures and courses delivered, many books and book chapters published, his commitment to research and education is second-to-none.

Patients referred from other surgeons form around 80% of his caseload, because of the expertise and innovative treatment only he can offer. In addition to adults, he also treats older children aged 12-18 for lower limb bone deformities.

His aim is to help patients maximise their active lives as freely as possible from limiting conditions and minimise the need for joint replacement.