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Profile of Christopher Dodd

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Mr Christopher Dodd FRCS

Consultant Knee Surgeon

Specialty: Knee surgery

Special interests: Primary, unicompartmental and revision knee arthroplasty, knee ligament reconstruction and haemophilia surgery.

Mr Dodd is a specialist with wide experience in adult knee surgery. He has particular expertise in all aspects of arthroscopic knee surgery including ligament reconstruction. He also has particular expertise in unicompartmental replacement.

Mr Dodd initially trained at Sheffield University and proceeded to train both in Cambridge and Oxford as a postgraduate.

He underwent a research fellowship at Johns Hopkins University in 1989 - 1990 in knee surgery and research pertaining to knee surgery.

From 1990 - 1992, Mr Dodd was clinical reader in the Nuffield Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. Since 1992 he has been a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon principally interested in knee surgery at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre. He is an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Oxford.

Mr Dodd lectures widely on the national and international circuit, especially on Oxford partial (minimal invasive) knee replacements, sports injuries and ligament repairs. He was educational secretary of BASK and maintains a high profile in International Orthopaedics. Mr Dodd is also a partner in the Oxford Knee Group.