Mr Julian Flynn
Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon
- Sports knee injuries
- Anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction
- Young arthritic knees
- Cartilage surgery
- Total knee replacements
- Sports medicine
- Arthroscopic knee injuries
- Acute anterior cruciate repair
- Patella dislocations
- Unicondylar knee replacements
- Total hip replacements
Training & Background
- Qualifications : MBBS MA FRCS
- Year first qualified: 1990
- GMC number : 3469491
- Main NHS base: Private only
Mr Julian Flynn is a dual Fellowship trained orthopaedic specialist, specialising in knee surgery, hip surgery, lower limb injuries and paediatric orthopaedics.
He trained as an undergraduate at Oriel College, Oxford and St Mary’s Hospital, London, before completing his junior surgical training in London. Mr Flynn returned to Oxford to complete the Orthopaedic Training Programme. His interest in knee and sports injuries allowed him to complete dual Fellowships in knee surgery and sports surgery in Australia, followed by a Paediatric Fellowship at The Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto.
Mr Flynn has an established consultant led private practice focusing on knee ligament reconstruction, complex revision ligament surgery and minimal access knee replacements. His surgical procedures and advanced techniques focus on minimising trauma to joining to allow earlier discharge from hospital, quicker recovery and an earlier return to normal function.
Research & Teaching
He has lectured and taught on national and international courses on topics including arthroscopy, chondral injury management, partial (unicondylar) knee replacement (UKR), total knee replacement (TKR ), and ACL reconstruction. This allows him to constantly review ways of enhancing techniques, aiming to continually improve results as new evidence becomes available.
- British Association for Surgery of the Knee
- British Orthopaedic Association
- General Medical Council
- British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Surgery
- British Medical Association
- The Royal College of Surgeons
- National Joint Registry