Primary and revision hip and knee replacement
Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) reconstruction
Complex revision surgery for the failing hip and knee including significant bone loss and infection
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Mr Boden graduated from London in 2001 before training in London and the Northwest. He completed the Wrightington Young Adult Hip Fellowship before commencing a visiting Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Fellowship at Sheffield Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. A year spent as the Cavendish Hip Fellow gave unparalleled experience of complex revision hip and knee surgery and here, Mr Boden gained an interest in management of the infected joint replacement and complex revisions for significant bone loss.
Mr Boden undertakes teaching and research into hip and knee surgery, with over 25 articles and abstracts published in peer-reviewed journals. He is also Clinical Governance and Infection Lead for Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.
Awards and Prizes:
- The Charnley 50th Anniversary Meeting; The John Charnley Trust Registrar Award 2012
- The British and Irish Orthopaedic Associations (BOA/IOA) Combined Meeting 2011 Award for Best Poster (2nd)
- The Markland Tillotson Research Prize 2010 Best Poster (1st)
- North West Orthopaedics Association Annual Meeting 2009; The Sir John Charnley Prize for Best Adult Clinical Paper.
Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust