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Professor David Barrett

Orthopaedic Surgery

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Profile Summary

Qualifications

BSc MB BS FRCS

Special Interests

Orthopaedic surgery, Knee surgery

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Professional Biography

Professor Barrett is a Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon at King Edward VII's Hospital and Professor of Orthopaedic Biomedical Engineering at Southampton University. {{ label }}

He has developed a particular specialist interest in minimal intervention knee surgery, including partial resurfacing of the knee and other innovative techniques for younger, more active patients, in addition to total knee replacement.

Professor Barrett qualified from Bart’s Hospital and subsequently his orthopaedic training was at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and in Boston at Harvard Medical School.

In addition to offering specialist surgery for complex knee problems and newer technical solutions for younger athletic knees, Professor Barrett is actively involved in research and design of knee prosthesis and implants for the knee joint, based at the School of Engineering Sciences at Southampton University. He has designed a number of different prosthesis which are in active use worldwide.

He is committed to research and education as well as operative surgery and he lectures internationally. He is a well-known keynote speaker in many parts of the world.

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