Revision joint replacement surgery
British Orthopaedic Association
After training in London and Toronto, Mr Roger Pattison moved to Brighton in 2000. His practice consists entirely of joint replacement surgery and its complications, including wear and infection.
All implants used, including ceramic ones, reach the standards set by NICE. Small-incision surgery, intensive physiotherapy and good pain control allow rapid mobilisation and an early discharge home.
For the great majority of patients the surgery is uneventful and their quality of life afterwards is excellent. If complications arise they can be managed promptly, safely and successfully.
Mr Pattison is married to a GP and has two children. He enjoys swimming, cycling and spending time with his family.