Lee Jeys has a major interest in hip and knee surgery. He uses a variety of hip replacements and knee replacements that allow him to tailor the operation specifically for the patient to optimise function. He is a specialist in the treatment of bone tumours and soft tissue tumours and works in one of the largest bone and soft tissue tumour units in the world, treating many patients from the UK and from around the world. He performs around 400 operations per year. Knee surgery includes knee arthroscopy (key hole surgery for torn cartilages), knee replacement, revision (redo) knee replacements, unicompartmental knee replacement, and conditions relating to a broken knee. Hip surgery includes hip replacement, revision (redo) hip replacements, hip fracture, tumour surgery (including pelvic reconstructions), and treating conditions relating to a broken hip. Dr. Jeys has published over 50 scientific papers in the world’s most important orthopaedic journals and has written 3 chapters in text books about surgery. He regularly lectures around the world on joint replacement and tumour surgery and is also a reviewer for the Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (leading orthopaedic journal), helping to decide whether research is good enough to be published. Dr. Jeys sits on several national committees including National Cancer Research Institute (NCRI) and National Cancer Intelligence Network (NCIN).
Biography Updated on 25 February 2015