Joint Reaction


Seb Sturridge

Hip & Knee Surgery

Seb sees patients with hip, knee and groin pain often related to sports; patients requiring joint replacement surgery, whose joint replacement has eventually failed and needs replacing. He uses minimally invasive surgical techniques as part of a rapid recovery programme and implants and bearing surfaces with a proven track record to increase their longevity.

Seb was appointed a consultant at Frimley Park Hospital in 2010. He has developed a fellowship for higher surgical trainees looking to develop subspecialist skills prior to consultant appointment and he is currently involved in several research projects including the national ‘FASHIoN Trial’.

Seb went to Ampleforth College in Yorks and studied medicine at University College London. He was a research fellow at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and went on to higher surgical training through Guy’s, St. Thomas’ and King’s Hospitals in London. He was fellowship trained in Melbourne, Australia and then at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and was appointed the Guy’s Hip Fellow in 2010 where he developed his interest in young adult hip surgery.

He has published and lectured on hip & knee surgery internationally and continues to teach and examine the higher surgical trainees in the region. He reviews articles for the Bone & Joint Journal and is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, the British Hip Society and the International Society for Hip arthroscopy.

Seb is married to Lydia, who is a local cardiologist and they have two young children who keep them very busy.