Mr Christopher  Brew

Mr Christopher Brew

Mr Christopher Brew is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in Hip and Knee Surgery in Yorkshire

Based At
NHS base
Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (Clinical Lead Elective Orthopaedics)
GMC Number
4178712
Clinic Timetable
Tuesday evenings 18.00-20.00 and Friday 13.30-17-30 (other times by special arrangement)
Clinical interests

Primary Hip Replacement Surgery, Primary Knee Replacement Surgery, Complex Primary Hip Replacement Surgery, Complex Primary Knee Replacement Surgery, Revision Hip Replacement Surgery, Revision Knee Replacement Surgery, Arthroscopic (keyhole) Knee Surgery.

Mr Brew now offers robotic assisted Total Knee Replacement surgery

Professional Memberships

British Orthopaedic Association
British Hip Society
Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons England
British Medical Association

Academic Background

Mr Christopher Brew studied Medicine at St Andrews University and the University of Manchester and completed his specialist orthopaedic training in Yorkshire. He then went on to complete two renowned Hip and Knee Replacement Fellowships one national (Leeds) and one international (Brisbane, Australia) where he gained additional experience in treating all aspects of joint replacement surgery including computer aided surgery and complex revision surgery.

Following the award of multiple Research Fellowships Mr Brew completed an extensive period of research into osteoarthritis, a debilitating and painful condition that is the most common reason for having to undergo hip and knee replacement surgery. This work helped improve our understanding of the causes of osteoarthritis and has been published in internationally renowned journals and has been presented at international meetings. This research into osteoarthritis has also resulted in the award of a Doctorate in Medicine by the University of Manchester.

NHS base

Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust (Clinical Lead Elective Orthopaedics)

GMC Number

4178712

Clinic Timetable

Tuesday evenings 18.00-20.00 and Friday 13.30-17-30 (other times by special arrangement)

Clinical interests

Primary Hip Replacement Surgery, Primary Knee Replacement Surgery, Complex Primary Hip Replacement Surgery, Complex Primary Knee Replacement Surgery, Revision Hip Replacement Surgery, Revision Knee Replacement Surgery, Arthroscopic (keyhole) Knee Surgery.

Mr Brew now offers robotic assisted Total Knee Replacement surgery

Professional Memberships

British Orthopaedic Association
British Hip Society
Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons England
British Medical Association

Academic Background

Mr Christopher Brew studied Medicine at St Andrews University and the University of Manchester and completed his specialist orthopaedic training in Yorkshire. He then went on to complete two renowned Hip and Knee Replacement Fellowships one national (Leeds) and one international (Brisbane, Australia) where he gained additional experience in treating all aspects of joint replacement surgery including computer aided surgery and complex revision surgery.

Following the award of multiple Research Fellowships Mr Brew completed an extensive period of research into osteoarthritis, a debilitating and painful condition that is the most common reason for having to undergo hip and knee replacement surgery. This work helped improve our understanding of the causes of osteoarthritis and has been published in internationally renowned journals and has been presented at international meetings. This research into osteoarthritis has also resulted in the award of a Doctorate in Medicine by the University of Manchester.

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