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Consultant Surgeon, David Houlihan Burne on Hip & Knee replacement- Parts 1 & 2 PDF Print E-mail
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Wednesday, 20 May 2009 16:47

Mr David Houlihan-Burne is a Consultant orthopaedic surgeon at The Hillingdon and Mount Vernon Hospitals NHS Trust, specialising in knee and sports injury surgery. He qualified at St Marys Hospital Medical School in 1995 before embarking on a career in surgery. His orthopaedic training took place in various London teaching hospitals. He then undertook a knee and sports injury fellowship in Bristol where he gained further experience in knee reconstructive surgery. His research interests include innovate working practices to improve patient satisfaction and reduce lengths of hospital stay as well as advances in ligament reconstruction and knee cartilage preservation surgery. Mr Houlihan-Burne leads the Rapid Recovery Programme at Hillingdon Hospital which has shown dramatic increases in patient satisfaction and reduction in inpatient length of stay.

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written by rice, June 21, 2009
My neighbour had a new knee, thanks to David Houlihan-Burnes. He was playing golf in six weeks. Another friend had his knee done at Whipscross, East London, and after 18 months he still need a crutch to get about. What a good advert for the Mount Vernon team.
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written by MADISON WEBB, July 08, 2010
THANK YOU FOR MAKING MY KNEE BETTER, STILL ON CRUTCHES, BUT BACK AT SCHOOL. GOING TO MY PROM ON THURSDAY 15TH JULY I HAD MY OPERATION JUST FOUR WEEKS A GO! KNEE FEELS REALLY GOOD NO PROBLEMS THANK YOU AGAIN FROM MADDIE X
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written by JOHN HARPER, March 07, 2013
WHY DOES KNEE CARTLIDGE REPLACEMENT ONLY SEEM TO BE AIMED AT THE YOUNG.

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