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Mr Mathew Bartlett


Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Enquiries - 020 8869 3390 or

Areas of Expertise

Orthopaedic surgery - lower limb
Sports & exercise medicine

Special/Research Interests

I am primarily a knee surgeon with an interest in sports injury and joint reconstruction.

The procedures I specialise in include knee replacement and revision knee replacement with a special interest in knee replacement in younger individuals using computer guided techniques for increased accuracy.

I undertake arthroscopic treatment of the knee including meniscal resection and repair, cartilage resurfacing techniques, ACL reconstruction and complex multiligament reconstruction.

I treat all types of knee trauma and most lower limb fractures.

I also perform primary total hip replacements.

Current NHS and/or University post(s)

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northwick Park Hospital

Professional and Personal profile

I qualified from Oxford in 1991 and underwent my basic and higher surgical training in London.

In 2003 I was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in knee surgery at North West London Hospitals NHS Trust.

Shortly after appointment I went on sabbatical to Australia spending time in centres of excellence in knee surgery in Sydney, Melbourne, Adelaide and Brisbane. This furthered my interest in sports injury and computer assisted knee surgery.

On my return I worked closely with the English Institute of Sport and the British Olympic Medical Centre (then based at Northwick Park) and was involved in training the registrars in the new speciality of Sports and Exercise Medicine. I continue to consult to the Olympic Medical Institute on an ad hoc basis.

I have developed a superspecialist interest in computer aided knee replacement and also in ACL, revsion ACL and multi-ligament reconstruction and lecture/teach both nationally and internationally in these fields.


Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Orthopaedic Association

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