Mr Winston Kim is a pioneering orthopaedic surgeon specialising in hip and knee surgery. He Consults at Spire Manchester Hospital and BMI The Alexandra Hospital, Greater Manchester where he regularly treats hip and knee conditions such as early arthritis, sports injuries, (e.g. ACL tears, hip labral tears or cartilage defects) and the after effects of sports injuries. He utilises minimally-invasive techniques, stem-cell and regenerative surgical techniques and robotic-assisted surgery.
Mr Kim qualified from the University of Aberdeen and completed his orthopaedic training in the north-west rotation in England, completed fellowships in North America, including the British Orthopaedic Foundation Travelling Fellowship. Mr Kim pioneered robotic-assisted surgery in the North of England and was the first to perform robot assisted partial (MAKO) and total knee replacement (NAVIO) and the first to complete the triad of partial, total knee and total hip replacement in the North of England. He has one of the largest series of such patients in the North West of England.
Prizes and awards
• Ethicon Foundation Travelling Fellowship Award
• Ronald Raven Barbers’ Award
• Peter Mallimson Prize (Winner, Best Basic Science Research)
• Harvey Green Surgical Teacher Prize
• Sir John Charnley Trust Award
• British Orthopaedic Foundation Travelling Fellowship
• PLUS Orthopaedics Travel Award
• Current Concepts Foundation Scholarship
• Winner, Best Fellow Research Award, UBC, Vancouver, Canada
• British Hip Society AGM Poster Prize