Mr Cyrus Jensen is an extensively trained and skilled consultant trauma and orthopaedic spine surgeon with fellowship training in orthopaedic and neurosurgery techniques.
He has leading expertise in assisting patients with a wide range of ailments, particularly adult spinal disorders from the neck down to the coccyx. Among his range of expertise are lower back pain, sciatica neck pain and arm pain. He regularly performs several spine procedures, including discectomy, decompression, cervical disc replacement, spinal injections, fusion surgery. He also has a sub-specialist interest in minimally invasive surgery and motion-preserving spine surgery.
Mr Jensen's basic and higher surgical training took place in Newcastle upon Tyne and across the North East of England. In 2014, he completed an advanced spine fellowship in Leeds and has fellowship-trained in all aspects of spine surgery with orthopaedic and neurosurgical techniques. He has gained many achievements in his career, including developing a successful spinal surgery practice and winning awards for his research.
He contributes greatly to research in his field with his work focusing on strategies to reduce infections at surgical sites within the field of general orthopaedic and many other topics. What's more, he has presented his research at national and international conferences. When not treating his patients or performing research, Mr Jensen can be found participating in the education of junior and senior trainees. He is on the educational committee for the International Society for the Advancement of Spine Surgery and is the Royal College Surgical Tutor for Northumbria.