Mr Richard Boden
Orthopaedic Consultant Lower Limb Trauma and Revision Hip and Knee Surgery
MBBS, BSc (Hons), MRCS(Eng), FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Complex revision surgery for the failing hip and knee, including significant bone loss and infection. Teaching. Research into hip and knee surgery. I am currently Clinical Governance and Infection Lead for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
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I completed the Wrightington Young Adult Hip Fellowship before commencing a visiting Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Fellowship at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. A year spent as the Cavendish Hip Fellow gave unparalleled experience of complex revision hip and knee surgery, here I gained an interest in management of the infected joint replacement and complex revisions for significant bone loss.
After completing a Bachelor of Sciences degree in Pharmacology from University College London, I graduated from St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospital Medical School (2001). I completed my junior training in London prior to my move to the North West in 2006 to complete my Registrar Training in 2012.