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Sport & Orthopaedic Clinic


At SOC Bristol Ltd we have hip surgeons that see patients from all over the UK and the world. They have taught on courses on hip and pelvis surgery and for many years these experienced surgeons have taught junion doctors visiting Bristol on fellowships and so have spread their gold standard teaching far and wide. With such an international following they often get sent patients from all corners of the world.

Hip and Pelvis Consultants

Contact



Email : Jane.Breen-Turner@SOC-Bristol.co.uk

Website : SOC-Bristol.co.uk

Phone : +44 (0)117 3171796

Address : SOC Bristol Ltd, Spire Hospital Bristol, Bristol, BS6 6UT, UK

Pelvis and Hip Consultants



Pelvis and Hip Consultants

Mr Anthony Ward

"I'm a Hip Surgeon specialising in hip, pelvis, lower limb reconstruction and sports injuries. I spend my spare time scuba diving all around the world."

Mr Mez Acahria

"I took up a consultant post at Frenchay and the Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Southmead in Bristol as an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in orthopaedic trauma and lower limb joint replacement, in particular pelvic reconstruction, complex trauma, hip and knee replacement and revision hip surgery. I am lucky enough to work in Bristol, Weston super Mare and Portishead."  

Mr Steven Eastaugh-Waring

"I am consistently one of the most productive hip specialists here in the Southwest and perform over 200 hip replacements per year with a further 130-150 arthroscopies, and have additional specialist expertise in treatment of young adult hip disease. When Im not looking after patients or managing the services in the NHS for Trauma and Orthopaedics I can be found on either a road bike or a Harley Davidson"  

Mr William Harries

"Call me Bill. I'm a Knee, Foot and Ankle surgeon. I was appointed to North Bristol NHS Trust as Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery in 1997. I developed my private practice from 1998 and founded the Sport and Orthopaedic Clinic based at the Spire (Glen) Hospital with John and Ian in 2000."