Mr Adrian Wilson is a Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon and a well-established pioneer in the field of knee surgery. He first graduated with a BSc(Hons) in Biochemistry from Manchester University and continued with his medical studies at St Bartholomew’s Medical School, from where he graduated in 1994. He joined the North West Thames Orthopaedic Training in 1999 and during this time he was privileged to receive focused knee training by some of London’s leading knee surgeons. In addition, he completed a 12-month fellowship in knee surgery at the most renowned Brisbane Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Centre in Australia.
Having gained this unique knowledge, he was appointed several prestigious posts including Clinical Lead for Knee Surgery at the North Hampshire Hospital. He offers a wide range of services related to soft tissue and reconstructive knee surgery. Mr Wilson has a key role on the development of new surgical techniques regarding ACL and osteotomy surgery and he is currently working with Anthrex, a leader in product development. As expected, he is heavily committed to research and teaching with a focus on sports injuries, osteotomy and ligament surgery. He teaches internationally and nationally, including the University of Cambridge.
Mr Adrian Wilson is an excellent consultant especially for patients with very specialized and complex problems that are in need of a safe and most up-to date procedure.