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The Bristol Knee Clinic

The Bristol Orthopaedic Clinic

• The Glen Spire Hospital, Bristol
• St Mary's Hospital, Bristol
• St Joseph's Hospital, Newport
• The Lister Hospital, London

Appointment Bookings:

• Tel: 0117 970 6655

Address:


The "Glen" Spire Hospital
Redland Hill
Bristol BS6 6UT

Tel: 0117 980 4080


Bristol Nuffield Hospital at St Mary's
Upper Byron Place
Bristol BS8 1JU

Tel: 0117 970 6655



St Joseph's Hospital
Harding Avenue
Malpas
Newport NP20 6ZE

Tel: 01633 820300


The Lister Hospital
The Lister Hospital
Chelsea Bridge Rd.
Chelsea
London
SW1W 8RH

Tel: 01179 706655

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01/02/2008
American Journal of Sports Medicine

David Johnson is appointed to editorial board

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01/02/2008
Skiing and Snowboarding Injuries

Folio Editorial by David P Johnson MD February 2008

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19/10/2007
Recent Advances in Knee and Hip Replacement - May 2007

Mr Johnson publishes article on the latest technology and surgical implants including the Oxinium knee replacement and minimally invasive surgery

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19/10/2007
Nice Guidelines on Arthroscopic Washout of the Knee

Arthroscopic washout alone is not effective

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18/10/2007
Consultations with Mr. Johnson are now available in Newport ...

Mr Johnson’s practice expands with appointments now available at the St Joseph’s Hospital.

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17/10/2007
New Harley Street Clinic

From September 2007 Mr Johnson will be available for consultations at 10 Harley Street, London.

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16/10/2007
Saudi Arabia

Mr Johnson was very honoured to spend a week as Visiting Professor of Orthopaedics in Riyadh, Saudi Arabia, at the personal invitation of the Director of Orthopaedics, Major General Dr. Faisal Arab.

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15/10/2007
International Knee Meeting – Germany, March 2007

David joined surgeons from across Europe for a meeting entitled “Considerations in Knee Arthroplasty and Ligament Reconstruction”

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14/10/2007
VOCA Lustrum Congress – The Netherlands

In September 2007 Mr Johnson is due to visit Maastricht to participate in the VOCA Lustrum Congress on knee arthroplasty.

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13/10/2007
Editorial Board of American Journal of Sports Medicine

David Johnson is appointed to the Editorial Board of American Journal of Sports Medicine.

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Alternative treks in Cuba, Thailand, Tanzania and Peru organised for Karen Churches, Sian Everingham and Bristol Orthopaedic Clinic Patients Josie Lawrence and Marie Hanley

Josie Lawrence & the Great Walk of China

Josie Lawrence underwent arthroscopic knee surgery at The Bristol Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic

British Fencer Samantha Martin finished 8th in Europe three weeks after knee surgery at The Bristol Orthopaedic & Sports Medicine Clinic

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