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Orthopaedic Surgery
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24 years of experience
Hip Surgery, Knee Surgery, Trauma Surgery

Panamoottil Anil Kumar is a consultant Orthopaedic surgeon based at Kings College hospital London since 2010. He has received advanced fellowship training in knee surgery, hip surgery, pelvic and acetabular surgery at King's College Hospital London and St. Georges Hospital, London UK.

Kumar specialises in ACL Injury, Arthritis (Knee), Knee Cyst, Knee Pain, Patella (kneecap) dislocation, Posterolateral corner injury, The Young Knee, Torn Meniscus (Cartilage), Bone Spurs, Hip Fractures, Knee fractures, Osteoporotic Fractures, Pelvic Fractures and Tibia Fractures.

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • High tibial osteotomy
  • MPFL reconstruction
  • Pelvic fracture fixation
  • Acetabular fracture fixation
  • Knee Arthroscopy
  • Knee injections
  • Knee Ligament Repair
  • Knee Replacement
  • Meniscal Repair
  • Minimally invasive knee surgery
  • Partial Knee Replacement
  • Patella Realignment
  • ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Injury
  • Arthritis (Knee)
  • Knee Cyst
  • Knee Pain
  • Patella (kneecap) dislocation
  • Posterolateral corner injury
  • The Young Knee
  • Torn Meniscus (Cartilage)
  • Bone Spurs
  • Hip Fractures
  • Knee fractures
  • Osteoporotic Fractures
  • Pelvic Fractures
  • Tibia Fractures
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Mr Alvin Chen

Mr Alvin Chen

1.79 miles

Mr Alvin Chen

1.79 miles
Orthopaedic Surgery
23 years of experience
Hip Surgery, Knee Surgery



Mr Alvin Chen is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in hip and knee surgery. He treats a wide range of conditions in the hip and knee, including sports injuries, arthritis and trauma. His NHS base is at King’s College Hospital, one of the busiest hospitals in London, where he manages patients with complex lower limb trauma injuries, as well as routine elective hip and knee surgery.

Following his National Service in Singapore, where he finished as a Lieutenant, Alvin attended and graduated from King’s College Medical School in 1999. He also completed a BSc in Neuroscience with honours at University College London, where he undertook research into nerve disorders and conditions. Alvin has also completed a degree in law (LLB) from Queen Mary and Westfield College in London.

He then gained a broad training in aspects of accident & emergency medicine, orthopaedic, general and neurosurgery through hospitals in NW Thames and finally, the Royal National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery at Queen’s Square. During his training, Alvin obtained both the Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, passed the Bar Vocational Course (BVC and member of Lincoln’s Inn), as well as completing a further MSc from Imperial College in Surgical Technology, all the while continuing his training as an Orthopaedic Surgeon.

Alvin obtained a place on the North West Thames Orthopaedic Training programme in 2006 and was awarded the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh in 2011. He also undertook further fellowship training in hip and knee surgery at both the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) at Stanmore, and High Wycombe.

Prior to completing his orthopaedic training, Alvin pursued a Doctorate-level degree in Orthopaedic Research at the prestigious Imperial College London and was awarded a Doctor in Medicine (Research) in 2016 by the College.

He joined the specialist register for trauma and orthopaedics in 2013 and was subsequently appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at King’s College Hospital in 2014.

Alvin has an interest in orthopaedic research, with over 35 podium and poster publications, as well as papers in peer reviewed journals, both as part of, and separate to his work on his Doctorate. He is published in areas such as medical litigation, cost analysis of knee replacements and also orthopaedic education. He has retained a strong interest in orthopaedic education, and is a Course Director for the well regarded Bi-annual King’s College FRCS Revision course, as well as contributing to the simulation, trauma and IM nailing courses run at King’s. In addition, he is the Local Educational Faculty Lead for the Orthopaedic Department of King’s College Hospital.



Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
  • Meniscal Surgery and Repair
  • Ligament Reconstruction
  • Partial and Total Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Revision Knee Replacement Surgery
  • Hip Replacement Surgery
  • Fractures and Trauma Surgery
  • Arthritis in young adults 
  • Fractures and trauma 
  • Sports injuries 
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Orthopaedic Surgery
36 years of experience
Paediatric (Pediatric) Orthopaedic Surgery

Mr Matthew Barry is a Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon, based at Southampton General Hospital, which he joined in 2017, and he also sees patients privately, including at The Portland Hospital. He previously worked at the Royal London Hopsital, and he was appointed consultant here in 1998. Mr Barry manages numerous conditions affecting children (aged from 0 to 17), including hip, knee and foot problems and those affecting the upper limb. His expertise includes the treatment of fractures and he is a specialist in trauma, and disturbances of the growth plate, limb length inequality, mal-alignment and non unions.

Mr Barry is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer in the Department of Medical Engineering at Queen Mary, University of London, and he has research interests in the mechanical properties of circular external fixators (Ilizarov and Spatial Frame) in the treatment of fracture non unions, mal unions and limb deformity. He teaches medical students and medical engineering students as well as lecturing on postgraduate courses in Trauma and Orthopaedics. 

Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
  • Trauma Surgery
  • Foot & Ankle Surgery
  • Hip Surgery
  • Knee Surgery
  • Treatment of Fractures
  • Paediatric Limb Lengthening
  • Limb Length Discrepancies
  • Fracture
  • Paediatric Fractures
  • Growth Disorders
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