Mr Wai Yoon

Consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon in London

BSc (Hons) MBBS MRCS FRCS (Tr&Orth)

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Professional statement

Mr Wai Yoon is a highly skilled consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon based in London. He specialises in spinal surgery, back pain and sciatica, as well as treating spinal cancer, neck pain and performing minimally invasive spinal surgery. He privately practises at OS Clinic - Orthopaedic and Maxillofacial Specialists while his NHS practises are University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust and Queens Medical Centre in Nottingham.   

He graduated from University College London and The Middlesex Hospital in 2000, and then completed his specialist training on the renowned Barts and The Royal London Rotation. He also received a FRCS (Tr&Orth) qualification and specialist registration CCT in 2012. Furthering his expertise, he underwent dual complex spine fellowship training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London, and at the The Royal Adelaide Hospital, Australia, working alongside top spinal surgeons.

Mr Yoon's dedication to advancing spinal care is evident through his research achievements and contributions to the field. He was conferred the Charles Manning award for his work on early onset scoliosis in 2013 and has since been internationally recognised for his contributions.

As a member of esteemed professional organisations such as the British Association of Spinal Surgeons, British Scoliosis Society, and Scoliosis Research Society, Mr Yoon remains at the forefront of spinal surgery advancements. 

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