Professor Paul Lee is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon practising in Lincoln, Nottingham, and Leicester. Specialising in sport and regenerative surgery, he treats sports injuries using cutting-edge regenerative techniques such as stem cell treatment and PRP (platelet-rich plasma). He also has expertise in orthopaedic surgery, such as hip replacements and knee problems.
After receiving his medical degree from the University of Cardiff, Wales, Professor Lee continued with higher surgical training, becoming a certified Member of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine (MFSEM) and Fellow in the European (FEBOT) and UK (FRCS) Trauma and Orthopaedics boards. He completed a PhD in medical engineering and has conducted research into regenerative medicine, which has helped him to treat sports injuries, including a number of UK Premiership footballers. He is now Medical Director of MSK Doctors and he continues to develop new treatments at the cutting edge of his field in his capacity as Director of Research and Cell Therapy Lead for the Lincolnshire NHS trust.
Professor Lee is an experienced orthopaedic surgeon too. Learn more about his orthopaedic surgery experience here.