Mr Johnathan Craik

Mr Johnathan Craik

Mr Johnathan Craik is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Surrey who specialises in hips and knees.

Based At
NHS base
Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust
GMC Number
Clinic Timetable
Tuesday Evenings 6pm-8pm
Clinical interests

Mr Craik is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Surrey. He specialises in diagnosing and treating patients with hip and knee conditions. He regularly treats patients with sports knee injuries, such as meniscal tears and ACL ruptures, as well as patients who have developed painful hip and knee arthritis. He performs joint injections, arthroscopic knee surgery (keyhole), ACL reconstructions, and total hip and knee replacements. Mr Craik offers private consultations and surgical procedures at Ashtead Hospital in Surrey. He also practices in the NHS at Epsom and St Helier hospitals where he is the research lead for the orthopaedic department. Conditions Treated Hip tendinopathy and bursitis Hip arthritis Knee meniscal injury Knee cartilage / osteochondral injuries Anterior cruciate ligament rupture Knee arthritis Upper and lower limb trauma / broken bones Surgical Procedures Knee arthroscopy Meniscal repair ACL reconstruction Hip replacement Total knee replacement Intra-articular joint injections Fixation of broken bones Tendon repair Removal of metalwork For more information about his Private Practice go to www.surrey-hks.co.uk

Professional Memberships

Royal College of Surgeons of England British Orthopaedic Association

Academic Background

Mr Craik gained his Bachelors degree in medicine from the University of Bristol in 2006. After completing his specialist orthopaedic training in South West London he embarked on an Australian Orthopaedic Association accredited fellowship at Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia. During this time he further developed his subspeciality skills and experience in hip and knee joint replacement surgery, sports knee surgery and trauma. He is trained in computer navigated and robotic knee surgical techniques. He performs hip replacements via the muscle sparing direct anterior approach as well as the posterior approach. Mr Craik is a substantive consultant at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust and is the research lead for the orthopaedic department. He has several publications in peer reviewed journals, has presented his work internationally, and has been awarded numerous prizes for his research pursuits.

NHS base

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

GMC Number

Clinic Timetable

Tuesday Evenings 6pm-8pm

Clinical interests

Mr Craik is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Surrey. He specialises in diagnosing and treating patients with hip and knee conditions. He regularly treats patients with sports knee injuries, such as meniscal tears and ACL ruptures, as well as patients who have developed painful hip and knee arthritis. He performs joint injections, arthroscopic knee surgery (keyhole), ACL reconstructions, and total hip and knee replacements. Mr Craik offers private consultations and surgical procedures at Ashtead Hospital in Surrey. He also practices in the NHS at Epsom and St Helier hospitals where he is the research lead for the orthopaedic department. Conditions Treated Hip tendinopathy and bursitis Hip arthritis Knee meniscal injury Knee cartilage / osteochondral injuries Anterior cruciate ligament rupture Knee arthritis Upper and lower limb trauma / broken bones Surgical Procedures Knee arthroscopy Meniscal repair ACL reconstruction Hip replacement Total knee replacement Intra-articular joint injections Fixation of broken bones Tendon repair Removal of metalwork For more information about his Private Practice go to www.surrey-hks.co.uk

Professional Memberships

Royal College of Surgeons of England British Orthopaedic Association

Academic Background

Mr Craik gained his Bachelors degree in medicine from the University of Bristol in 2006. After completing his specialist orthopaedic training in South West London he embarked on an Australian Orthopaedic Association accredited fellowship at Flinders Medical Centre in South Australia. During this time he further developed his subspeciality skills and experience in hip and knee joint replacement surgery, sports knee surgery and trauma. He is trained in computer navigated and robotic knee surgical techniques. He performs hip replacements via the muscle sparing direct anterior approach as well as the posterior approach. Mr Craik is a substantive consultant at Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust and is the research lead for the orthopaedic department. He has several publications in peer reviewed journals, has presented his work internationally, and has been awarded numerous prizes for his research pursuits.

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