Charles Gibbons


Sub Specialities

Arthroscopic knee surgery, knee replacement (partial and total), hip replacement surgery



NHS Base
Chelsea & Wesminster Hospital


Charles Gibbons graduated from The London Hospital Medical College in Whitechapel in 1989. Silver medal FRCS (Part 1) 1991.


Basic surgical training took place at The London, Bath and Stanmore before obtaining FRCS (England and Ireland) in 1993. He undertook specialised orthopaedic registrar training on The Chelsea and Westminster rotation gaining FRCS(Orth) in 1999.


He continued fellowship training in Australia in 2000 with six months in knee surgery at The Austin and Repatriation Hospital (Melbourne) and six months in adult reconstruction surgery at The Royal Adelaide Hospital.


He is currently a Consultant at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital who lives locally. His main area of interest includes hip and knee replacement and all forms of arthroscopic knee surgery. He has a special area of interest in arthroscopic knee surgery for sports injuries including ligament reconstruction and partial knee joint replacement surgery.


He is a workshop demonstrator on  The Oxford medial compartment knee meetings. He is a member of the Royal College of Surgeons, the British Orthopaedic Association and the British Association of Knee Surgery.He is a faculty member of the RNOH, Cheltenham and Kingston arthroscopic knee courses.He has published on crotherapy after knee surgery, arthroscopic synovectomy, tendon repair strength and bone mineral density changes after hip replacement.

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