Mr Khai Lam is an internationally-recognised consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon based in London. He specialises in minimally-invasive spinal surgery, robotic spine surgery and spinal disc replacement alongside scoliosis, paediatric orthopaedics and lumbar fusion, privately practicing at London Spine Hospitals: The London Clinic, The Harley Street Hospital and King Edward VII's Hospital.
His expertise in spinal disorders in both adults and children, which has been developed over 25 plus years of experience, is complemented by his high-level provision of professional patient care and top-quality surgical treatment, knowledge and research. Furthermore, he played a major role in establishing the internationally-renowned spinal unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospital, London, and was the founder and director of the first AOSpine Reference Centre in central London.
Mr Lam's approach embodies the belief that many spinal conditions can be treated without the need for surgery. He prides himself in offering his patients one-to-one, comprehensive care for all spinal conditions and is focussed on educating them on the nature of their condition and the available options for treatment.
Alongside minimally-invasive, robotic spine and spinal disc replacement surgery, he performs various other innovative spinal surgical procedures including sacro-iliac joint (SIJ), fusion, minimally-invasive scoliosis surgery and spine surgery using 3D-printed guides. He has worked to promote teaching of these various procedures and is at the forefront of performing operations with new, innovative technology.
Mr Lam has international lecture experience, presents his work at various national and international spine societies and has had his research published in many scientific journals. He also regularly writes reviews for respected publications including European Spine Journal, Egyptian Spine Journal, International Journal of Spine Surgery and Spine.