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Marcus Bankes Orthopaedist London

BSc (Hons) MBBS(Hons) FRCS (Orth)

Specialist in Orthopaedic surgery

Hip arthroscopy, Hip dysplasia, Hip replacement, Hip surgery in Young Adults,

  • Name Mr Marcus Bankes
    GMC Number 3541306
    Address 5 Devonshire Place
    Town/City London
    Post Code W1G 6HL
    Speciality Orthopaedic surgery
    Sub-Speciality Hip arthroscopy, Hip dysplasia, Hip replacement, Hip surgery in Young Adults,
    Work Place The London Clinic
    Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth
    Clinic Times
    Monday --:-- To 21:00
    Tuesday --:-- To 21:00
    Wednesday 08:00 To 17:00
    Thursday --:-- To 21:00
    Friday --:-- To 21:00
    Saturday --:-- To 21:00
    Sunday --:-- To 21:00
  • Qualifications BSc (Hons)
    MBBS(Hons)
    FRCS (Orth)
    Specialist Interest Young Adult Hip Disorders
    Hip Arthroscopy
    Femoro-acetabular impingement (FAI)
    Hip dysplasia and peri-acetabular osteotomy (PAO)
    Ceramic on ceramic total hip replacement
    Profile Summary Marcus was appointed Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Guy's and St Thomas' Foundation NHS Trust in 2002.

    On taking up his Consultant post, Marcus has developed a specialist practice treating young adult hip disorders. He performs over 400 major hip cases per year, nearly half of which are arthroscopic. He has pioneered the use of ceramic on ceramic bearings for total hip replacements for all ages. Marcus also identified the increasingly important role of hip arthroscopy to diagnose and treat many hip conditions, particularly FAI (femoro-acetabular impingement) at a time when the procedure was moving out of the realms of experimental surgery and into an established procedure. Marcus also introduced the technique of minimally-invasive peri-acetabular osteotomy (MIS PAO) to the UK from Denmark for treatment of symptomatic hip dysplasia.

    Marcus is also the orthopaedic surgeon in the multidisciplinary service for sickle cell anaemia at Guy’s Hospital. This team allows these patients to have safe and effective hip replacement surgery, a procedure that, in the past, was much less predictable.

    Recognised as an opinion leader in hip surgery, Marcus gives between 10 and 20 talks a year to local and national meetings on the subjects of ceramic on ceramic total hip replacement, hip arthroscopy, hip dysplasia, hip impingement and the orthopaedic complications of sickle cell disease. He is a regular contributor at the British Hip Society, London Hip Meeting, The Great Debate, and The St George’s Revision Forum as well as being a reviewer for a number of orthopaedic journals.
    Affiliations Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Trust
    Website www.hipsurgery.org.uk
  • Pelvic osteotomy for hip dysplasia
    Ceramic on ceramic THR
    Sickle cell disease
    Outcomes of surgery for hip impingement
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