Edward Yates is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in surgery of the Hip in Manchester and Cheshire. He has a particular interest in arthroplasty (joint replacements), including complex primary surgery and Revision arthroplasty.
Mr Yates studied Medicine at the University of Aberdeen, before moving back to the North West upon qualification. He underwent specialist Orthopaedic training in the North West of England and has a strong interest in research and training. Mr Yates received the North West Trainee of the year award in 2013.
Mr Yates was competitively awarded the prestigious Cavendish Hip Fellowship in Sheffield, where he gained extensive experience in complex hip and knee surgery including reconstructions following multiple surgeries and infection. He has also undertaken several visits to international centres, and regularly attends national and international conferences focusing on advances in hip surgery, as well as patient safety and enhanced recovery. He has been invited to lecture at both regional and international meetings.
As a member of the national Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel, Mr Yates is involved in the assessment and scrutiny of hip and knee prostheses, and utilises this knowledge in ensuring his patients receive the optimum procedure for them.
Mr Yates lives in Cheshire with his wife and son, and in his spare time enjoys snooker, golf and tennis.
MB ChB - University of Aberdeen 2003
MRCS Edinburgh - 2007
FRCS Royal College of Surgeons - 2013
Cavendish Hip Fellowship
British Hip Society - Member
British Orthopaedic Association - Member
Orthopaedic Data Evaluation Panel - Member