Mr Hugh Apthorp

Orthopaedic surgeon in London


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Mr Hugh Apthorp is a highly accomplished consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon with a profound specialisation in hip replacement. He is based in London and has earned a sterling reputation for his expertise in the field. With extensive knowledge and experience, Mr Apthorp's practice focuses on various aspects of hip surgery, including minimally invasive techniques, anterior hip replacement, direct anterior approach (DAA) hip replacement, minimally invasive hip surgery and hip resurfacing.
Having embarked on his medical journey at the University of London, Mr Apthorp obtained his MBBS degree in 1998. Following this, he commenced orthopaedic training at St Thomas' Hospital. Upon completion of this training, he moved to Perth, Australia where he spent a year working with Professor David Wood developing his expertise in complex hip surgery.
Throughout his career, Mr Apthorp has showcased an unyielding dedication to both his patients and the advancement of medical knowledge. He is actively involved in research, with a specific focus on exploring diverse hip techniques and innovative recovery methods.
Additionally, he is devoted to sharing his expertise with his fellows through the training of young surgeons, in addition to sharing new and advanced techniques with other surgeons.
Furthermore, Mr Apthorp is a member of multiple medical organisations including the British Orthopaedic Association, the British Hip Society, and the British Medical Association.

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