Mr Simon Lambert is one of London's most reputable orthopaedic surgeons who specialises in shoulder and elbow surgery. He has performed a high number of specialist operations for complaints such as shoulder instability, shoulder arthroplasty and rotator cuff disease, he also performs revision surgery. He forms an integral part of many medical bodies including the Upper Extremity Expert Group, the Scapular Fracture Classification Group and the European Multicentre Epoca Resurfacing Study Group. He is an honorary senior lecturer at UCL and has been published in numerous peer-reviewed medical journals.
Mr Lambert was invited as an international guest lecturer to the Egyptian Society for Surgery of the Hand and Microsurgery, held in Cairo in early April 2018. The congress was also the occasion of the 2nd meeting of the Panarab Association for Societies of Hand Surgery, an association for the dissemination of expertise in the field of hand surgery but also a platform for common interests beyond the surgical field. Mr Lambert's kind hosts were Professor Ashraf Moharram, and Professor Mohammed El-Mahy, while the excellent programme and arrangements were lead by Professor Ramy El Nakeeb. Professor Mehmet Demirtas from Turkey, a good friend and colleague of Mr Lambert’s from the European Society for Surgery of the Shoulder and Elbow was also on the faculty.
Mr Lambert gave lectures on surgical anatomy and techniques, obstetric palsy and the shoulder, shoulder trauma in the adult, rotator cuff disease and arthritis, and shoulder instability in the young adult. As a result of some fascinating and friendly discussions Mr Lambert has been invited to participate in a conference on the palsied shoulder to be held in Seville, Spain later this year.