The Hip Replacement that has lasted 68 years

Norman Sharp, now 91 years old, celebrated having the World’s longest lasting Hip replacement this week. He was the first patient in the newly formed NHS to have a hip replacement in 1948.  In those days a hip replacement, far from being the routine operation that it is now, was new and untested technology.  Many…

Revision Hip Replacement surgery: work presented at EFORT London

Today Mr Sood and his team presented research work at this international conference. He is one of a few specialists who perform the most complex re-do hip replacement operations. The work related to the use of a specific technique (cup-cage) in very complex revision (re-do hip) replacement surgery where the socket is badly damaged with…

Meniscal Tears and Luis Suarez – Manoj Sood interviewed on Radio 5Live

Following the news that Suarez had sustained a knee injury and meniscal tear, Mr Sood appeared on the Victoria Derbyshire show to give his views on the likelihood of Suarez being fit in time for England’s important World Cup match against Uruguay on June 19th. Listen to the interview on BBC Radio 5 Live.  Click HERE…

Research work presented at The British Hip Society annual meeting in Exeter

Mr Sood and his team presented work on the results of solving the difficult problem of dislocation of total hip replacements. this distressing complication can occur in hip replacements for a number of reasons. Recurrent episodes of dislocation can often result in the need for revision or re-do hip replacement surgery. Mr Sood’s work suggests…

Mr Sood invited to lecture at the Dublin Hip Meeting

Mr Sood has been invited to be on the faculty of this inaugural meeting which will take place on the 15-16th May 2014. He will give two lecture on topics related to revision (re-do”) hip replacement surgery to an audience largely composed of Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeons.