Mr Charles Willis-Owen is a leading orthopaedic surgeon, specialising in knee problems, and hip, knee, ankle, and foot sports injuries. From his private clinics in Poole and Bournemouth, Mr Willis-Owen provides the latest techniques and expertise when treating his patients, and offers such treatments as shockwave therapy, injection therapy, and stem cell work. He uses a pioneering single tendon hamstrings technique for ACL reconstruction, which provides faster recovery and a stronger ligament. Mr Willis-Owen is also one of the very few surgeons in the UK providing robotic assisted knee surgery, and also provides custom-made, high-performance knee replacement.
Mr Willis-Owen is a keen sports person, competing in many sports such as running, rowing, and has represented Great Britain in the Cycling World Championships in 2017, which gives him the advantage that he fully understands the kinds of sports injuries people can have, the impact they can have on sports people, and the importance of becoming fully treated and recuperated as quickly, and effectively as possible to continue practising sports. He treats a wide range of sports people, from current world champions to weekend warriors.
Alongside his clinical practice, Mr Willis-Owen has written and contributed to numerous peer-reviewed articles in medical journals.