Martyn Edward Lovell

National Health Services, United Kingdom

Educated in the North West Of England. Attended Liverpool Medical School and qualified as a doctor in 1988. Aware of the Liverpool Orthopaedic heritage with Hugh Owen Thomas and Robert Jones. At that time the MCH(Orth) was in place with many external candidates and visiting registrars. Obtained my registrar post in 1992 and stayed in Merseyside until getting a Manchester Senior Registrar Job 1995. Attended some MCh lectures produced 3 prosections to teach anatomy to the MCh classes as well as helping with some audiovisual presentations. My first registrar job was on the Isle of Man known for motorcycle sport and complex trauma. Several publications and presentations produced. Involved with prehospital care at that stage. Developed interests as a trainee in Manchester did AO and EFORT fellowships. Reasonably wide training finishing with fellowship in hips and knees at Wrightington. Consultant at South Manchester since 1998, a University Hospital. I look after primary hips and knees and have the majority hip revision practice. We have a trauma role and will be listed as a major trauma centre in the near future. Helicopter cases are already brought to us from some of the North West. Very keen on education, look after undergraduates who attend our unit as well as junior doctors and registrar who train with us. Organised three teaching modules for the hip for registrars in Manchester. Happy to help registrars with primary hips and knees who do about half of the number which come through the firm. Publication on pre-hospital care, disability and sport, fracture fixation and medicolegal matters. Recent hip publications on antidislocation surgery and assessment of the elderly. Organiser of the local hip interest group for local consultants with 2 meetings a year when topics are discussed, we often have visiting speakers.

Biography Updated on 12 July 2011

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