Adrian Wilson is a consultant knee surgeon. He qualified with a BSc in Biochemistry from Manchester University in 1989 and then went on to study medicine at St Bartholomew’s medical school, graduating in 1994.
He joined the North West Thames Orthopaedic training scheme in 1999. He completed his training in Australia with a 12 month fellowship in knee surgery at The Brisbane Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Centre. In 2005 Adrian was appointed as a consultant to the North Hampshire Hospital where he is now the clinical lead for knee surgery. He has developed an interest in knee osteotomy and co-chairs the annual Basingstoke knee osteotomy masterclass.
Adrian also has an interest in ligament reconstruction and has recently designed new instruments for anatomic ACL reconstruction.
Monday 20th November
0835 Session 1 Moderator
Tuesday 21st November
1030 Primary repair of the ACL: Current evidence and its role
1220 Anterolateral ligament reconstruction: Why when and how
1240 Roundtable DiscussionFull Programme