Professor Xavier Griffin is a leading consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon based in London, Oxford and Banbury. He holds the inaugural Chair of the new clinical and academic collaboration in orthopaedic surgery at the renowned Barts and The London School of Medicine.
His areas of expertise are broken bones and muscle injuries in adults and children, hip replacements, and hip reconstruction following traumatic injury. He is a national specialist in the treatment of severe injuries of the pelvis bone and hip socket. He is currently based at the Nuffield Health Oxford Manor Hospital, The New Foscote Hospital and Royal London Hospital, Barts Health NHS Trust.
After completing his undergraduate degrees at Cambridge and Oxford Universities in 1999 and 2002, Professor Griffin went on to do ten years of trauma and orthopaedic training in both Bristol and West Midlands. Following this he underwent internationally recognised fellowship-level training at the Royal Melbourne Hospital, Victoria, Australia. He was trained by world-leading experts in the treatment of broken bones and hip replacement, particularly in the treatment of the pelvis and hip socket.
For his PhD, Professor Griffin investigated the causes of pain in musculoskeletal disease and to date he leads on the conduct of nationwide research studies and clinical trials. He is also involved in education, supervising students working towards training in orthopaedic surgery.
Professor Griffin is offering virtual consultations as well as traditional face to face appointments. He acts as expert witness and is accepts instructions from solicitors across the UK. Please contact his office for more information.