Mr Daniel Neen is a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon in the Kent area. His main focuses are in surgery regarding the hand, elbow, shoulder, and wrist. His techniques also include arthroscopic procedures and trauma to the upper limb treatments. Mr Neen is currently working privately at KIMS Hospital, Sevenoaks Medical Centre, and Benenden Hospital in addition to his public clinic work.
Graduating from University College London in 1999 with his qualification, Mr Neen subsequently went on to further his degree in the orthopaedic speciality and basic surgical training at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. His training in orthopaedic surgery was advanced as a clinical surgical fellow, before he continued with higher surgical training in the Southeast region. During this time, Mr Neen worked with many senior surgeons in that area within the orthopaedic speciality. To broaden his experience and train with more versatility, Mr Neen did two surgical fellowships in Exeter and New Zealand. While completing the fellowship in New Zealand, he worked with surgeons in high volume joint replacement and keyhole surgery.
Keyhole surgery is one of the learned techniques that Mr Neen has made sure to bring to his practice. He uses newer techniques and technologies to treat trauma injuries to the upper limbs, as well as arthritic conditions, fractures, and sports-related injuries. Mr Neen likes to work closely with each patient and ensure that they have the correct individual treatment plan. This may include working with imaging and physiotherapy, and possible surgery.