Professor Benedict Rogers
MA(Oxon) MSc MRCGP DIPIMC DIPSEM FRCS(ORTH)
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon - Hip Surgery, Knee Surgery, Sports injury
Hip Revision Surgery
Hip and knee surgery
Hip replacement surgery
Knee replacement surgery
Sports injuries and trauma
General Medical Council
British Orthopaedic Association
British Hip Society
British Medical Association
Orthopaedic Trama Society
European Orthopaedic Research Society
Editor-in-Chief of Annals of Royal College of Surgeons Of England
Professor Benedict Rogers is a Consultant in Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery consulting in Surrey and Sussex, with clinical and academic interests on hip and knee surgery, sports injuries and trauma.
He is an NHS Consultant at Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust and an Honorary Clinical Professor at Brighton & Sussex Medical School (University of Sussex). Offers consultations face to face, via video (Zoom, RingCentral, MST) or telephone.
“I strive to provide the best-evidenced based and patient-centred care with consideration and empathy. I aim to address the ideas, concerns and expectations of all patients – young and old, athletic and non-athletic – to improve function”
Other professional appointments held:
- Honorary Academic Lead for Surgery Kent, Surrey & Sussex (KSS) & awarded KSS Trainer of the Year (2014)
- Deputy Clinical Director KSS Clinical Research Network (NIHR)
A graduate of University of Oxford (Christ Church), St George’s Hospital Medical School (University of London), UCL, University of Portsmouth and University of Toronto.
Awarded PhD (2017) with thesis entitled “Optimising the Outcomes of Hip and Knee Replacements”
A keen sportsman, Benedict was awarded an Oxford Blue (Rugby League) and has completed five Ironman Triathlons. He now regularly runs half marathons for local charities.
Benedict undertook two clinical fellowships at world-renowned academic units at University of Toronto: Mount Sinai Hospital & Sunnybrook Health Sciences Centre.
He was trained by several eminent surgeons including Professor Allan Gross, Professor Hans Kreder, Professor Marvin Tile, Dr Joseph Schatzker.
He was awarded the Zane Cohen Fellowship Achievement Award by the University of Toronto; the first time this had been awarded to an orthopaedic surgeon.
With an extensive and ongoing research portfolio covering basic science and clinical practice, he currently has over 120 publications, over 10 book chapters and over 80 presentations; including several at the British Orthopaedic Association and American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, with a number awarded prizes.
In addition, he has collaborated in studies with various university departments and orthopaedic companies and is a reviewer for the Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery (Br) and JBJS Am.
He is also a fully qualified GP (non-practicing)
I am married with two young sons, and a keen sportsman when time permits. I have completed over 15 marathons, five Ironman triathlons and whilst at university was awarded an Oxford blue for rugby league.