Mr Gooding is a Consultant Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon and Clinical Chairman of Circle Nottingham.
He has private clinics at Spire Nottingham, Circle Nottingham and The BMI Park Hospital.
He is registered with all major private medical insurance providers.
His fellowship training includes:
The Mayo Clinic, USA
Harvard Orthopaedics, Boston USA
as the British Shoulder and Elbow Society Travelling Fellow 2012.
Australia – Southern Orthopaedics and The Sydney Shoulder Institute
as the Malkin Travelling Fellow 2011.
Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship.
Sheffield Shoulder and Elbow Fellowship.
His local training includes the Nottingham University Hospitals, Derby Hospitals and Chesterfield Royal Hospital.
His NHS clinics are at the Nottingham NHS Treatment Centre and Nottingham University Hospitals
Soft Tissue Injury of the Shoulder.
Degenerative conditions of the Shoulder.
Trauma, soft tissue and ligament injuries.
Arthritis and Elbow replacement.
His clinical practice includes both arthroscopic and open surgery.
He hosts the specialist referral service for complex elbow surgery at Nottingham University Hospitals
He has a particular interest in education and has been involved in development of orthopaedic assessment tools and medical websites.
He acts as an expert consultant for companies including Smith and Nephew, Arthrex, Exactech and Lockdown.
He performs over 500 operations per year and routinely monitors clinical outcomes.
He has one of the largest shoulder and elbow replacement practices in the UK. His profile on the national joint registry can be found here: Mr B Gooding NJR Profile
Chair of the Greater Nottingham Clinical Cabinet, 2017 – 2018.
Clinical Chairman of Circle Nottingham and UK Hospitals Exec Board member for Circle Health, 2017 – present,
British Elbow and Shoulder Society Education Committee 2012-2014.
Co-Organiser of the British Shoulder and Elbow Society congress in Nottingham 2014.
British Elbow and Shoulder Society
British Orthopaedic Association
BMedSci (hons) 2001
MRCS (Ed) 2006
FRCS (Tr&Orth) 2011