Independent private hospital, Banbury, Oxfordshire
Call us on 01295 252281
Main menu Search Search
Mr Geza Kordas

Mr Geza Kordas

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Sub-Specialities

  • Hand surgery
  • Hip surgery
  • Knee surgery
  • Foot conditions
  • Arthroscopy
  • Joint replacement

Training & Background

  • Qualifications: MD PhD
  • Year first qualified: 1997
  • GMC number: 6135979
  • Main NHS base: Oxford University Hospitals Trust

Mr Geza Kordas specialises in the surgical and non-surgical treatment of a broad spectrum of orthopaedic problems, including common hand, shoulder, hip, knee and foot conditions, hip and knee surgery, including arthroscopy and joint replacement.

Research & Teaching

Mr Geza Kordas undertook his initial speciality training in orthopaedics and trauma in Budapest, Hungary before moving to the UK in 2005. He has gained extensive experience in the surgery of a broad spectrum of common hand, elbow, shoulder, hip and knee conditions. This was followed by further training in shoulder surgery in Swindon followed by formal fellowship training in complex hip and knee replacement surgery and hip arthroscopy at the University Hospital of Coventry and Warwickshire.

In his clinical work he performs hip replacements including cemented and uncemented techniques. In the knee he uses both total and partial replacements including patello-femoral implants depending on the areas affected by arthritis. Knee arthroscopy is a major part of his work including operations for cartilage tears and instability. For his anterior cruciate ligament reconstructions he uses an advanced anatomic single bundle technique. In the shoulder he uses arthroscopy for impingement syndrome and ACJ arthritis and manipulation for frozen shoulder. Mr Kordas also undertakes surgery for common hand conditions like carpal tunnel syndrome, trigger finger and Dupuytren’s contracture as well as bunion surgery.

Professional Memberships

  • Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons

Clinic Times

Monday afternoons

Book an appointment