Following training at Cambridge University, a Yorkshire surgical rotation and a Fellowship year in Australia, Nick was appointed Consultant in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery at Harrogate District Hospital in 2000.
In 2022, as he stepped back from clinical NHS work, Nick was awarded an honorary consultancy with Harrogate District Foundation Trust. Today, in addition to clinical practice with Yorkshire Knee Clinic, he has extensive teaching, training, development and research commitments.
Teaching & Training
Nick lectures and teaches about knee surgery procedures and developments worldwide.
This includes convening regular workshops in the UK and across Europe to train consultant colleagues and senior trainees. He regularly hosts visiting orthopaedic surgeons interested in learning specialised surgical procedures.
Nick is a founder member of The European Knee Society (EKS) – formed in January 2015.
This prestigious society aims to advance knee arthritis surgery and education by bringing together European opinion leaders and holds regular open and closed meetings. Prior to helping to build the European Knee Society, he was an elected member of the European Knee Associates (EKA) from 2011.