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					          Mr. Jonathan Mark Webb
       Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Background

                    Mr Webb is a Consultant Orthopaedic
                    Surgeon who specialises in knee surgery
                    and Sports Medicine. He has a particular
                    interest in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery
                    and reconstruction of knee ligament
                    injuries.

                    Mr Webb has had a broad training in
                    Orthopaedic and Trauma surgery in
                    Bristol, Oxford and Sydney.

He has been awarded the Certificate of Completion of
Specialist Training and is therefore privileged to be listed in
the Specialist Register of the General Medical Council. He
undertook a Fellowship at the North Sydney Orthopaedic &
Sports Medicine Centre in Australia. This is a prestigious unit
treating National and International athletes from the whole of
Australia as well as providing the medical staff in charge of
running the Sydney 2000 Olympics. During this time he was
trained in the latest techniques of arthroscopic day stay
surgery, which result in rapid patient recovery and
subsequent rehabilitation.

In 1997 he was awarded a Research Fellowship by the British
Association of Surgery for the Knee. This was undertaken at
the prestigious Oxford Orthopaedic Engineering Centre and
led to several presentations and publications on the
biomechanics of ACL reconstructive surgery.

He successfully combined his medical training with a first
class rugby career, playing for Bristol and Bath Rugby Clubs.
He played 33 times for England, winning two Five Nations
Grand Slams and reaching the Rugby World Cup Final in
1991.
In 1992 he was voted Rothmans Rugby Player of the Year.
His sporting background gives him an invaluable insight into
the pressures faced by top class sportsmen and women when
they suffer injury. His empathy combined with the latest
techniques in orthopaedic surgery for the knee has already
helped treat National and International athletes from a
variety of sports.

Qualifications

MBChB (Bristol) 1987
FRCS (London) 1991
FRCS(Orth)      1998

Affiliations

Mr Webb is a member of the British Association of Surgery for
the Knee. He is also an active member of the British
Orthopaedic Sports Trauma Association and the British
Association of Sport and Exercise Medicine. He is an examiner
for the Sport and Exercise Medicine Course held at Bath
University.

Mr Webb provides the Orthopaedic Knee service for a number
of local and regional sports teams including Bristol Rugby
Club, Bristol City Football Club, Gloucestershire County
Cricket Club, and Swansea City Football Club.




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Research Interest and Publications

Mr Webb continues to conduct and publish research on
current Orthopaedic practice. He has published in peer-
reviewed journals and written chapters for standard
Orthopaedic textbooks. Mr Webb has published the results of
one of the largest series of patients undergoing ACL
reconstruction using hamstring tendon grafts. He continues
to conduct basic scientific research into new ways of
advancing the techniques of ACL reconstruction. His interests
also include; tendon healing and repair, cold compression as
an adjunct to postoperative painkillers after knee surgery and
injuries occurring during rugby.
He has presented his findings at local, National and
International Orthopaedic Meetings.

Medico-legal Experience

Mr Webb does not undertake medico-legal expert witness
work.

Peer Review Audit

Mr Webb is involved in the systematic and critical analysis of
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his own and his colleague’ standards of medical care. He
has designed and built a database to provide a real-time
analysis of both his outpatient and operating experience.




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Publications in Peer-reviewed Journals

Percutaneous repair of the ruptured tendo Achillis (multiple
letters):
Deakin S, Wood J, Barrie JL, Webb JM
J Bone Joint Surg B 2000; 82(3): 461.

Interface pressure produced by the traction post on a
standard orthopaedic table:
Topliss-CJ; Webb-JM
Injury. 2001; 32(9): 689-691.

Quantified kinematics of the injury to the posterior cruciate
ligament: A computer-aided design simulation study
Karnezis-IA; Fragkiadakis-EG; Webb-JM; Hardy-JRW
Clinical-Biomechanics. 2001; 16(1): 54-60.

Rapid recovery after Oxford unicompartmental arthroplasty
through a short incision
Price-AJ; Webb-J; Topf-H; Dodd-CAF; Goodfellow-JW;
Murray-DW
Journal-of-Arthroplasty. 2001; 16(8): 970-976.

Percutaneous repair of ruptured tendo Achillis (multiple
letters)
Vivaldi-AS; Webb-J
Journal-of-Bone-and-Joint-Surgery-Series-B. 2000; 82(4):
619.

Hamstrings and the anterior cruciate ligament deficient knee,
Webb J
The Knee 2001; 8(1): 65-67.

An audit of tunnel position in anterior cruciate ligament
reconstruction
CJ Topliss, JM Webb
The Knee 2001; 8(1): 59-63.




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Healthcare Workers’ views on the management of routine
cases
J.R.W. Hardy, V.de Georgio-Miller, J.M. Webb
Ann R Coll Surg Eng (Suppl) 2001; 83: 62-63

Anatomy of the Sural nerve and its relation to the Achilles
Tendon
J.M.Webb, N. Moorjani, M. Radford
Foot and Ankle International 2000; 21: 6; 475-476.

Percutaneous repair of the ruptured tendo Achillis.
J.M.Webb, G.C. Bannister
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery [Br.] 1999; 81B: 877-80.

Endoscopic reconstruction for isolated anterior cruciate
ligament rupture
J.M. Webb, I.S. Corry, A.C. Clingeleffer, L.A. Pinczewski.
Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery [Br.] 1998; 2 (March):
288-94.

Endoscopic reconstruction of the anterior cruciate ligament; a
comparison of patellar tendon with four strand hamstring
autograft.
I.S. Corry, J.M. Webb, A.C. Clingeleffer, L.A. Pinczewski.
American Journal of Sports Medicine (accepted for
publication)

The Use of Cold Compression Dressings after Total Knee
Replacement.
J.M.Webb; D. Williams; S. Day; J.P.Ivory; D.M.Williamson
Orthopaedics 1998; 21 (Jan): 59-61.

Manual Assessment of Fracture Stiffness.
J.M.Webb; G. Herling; T Gardner; J. Kenwright; H. Simpson
Injury 1996; 27(5): 319-20.




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The Effect of Surgical Technique on Cement Mantle Strength
in Total Hip Replacement.
J.M.Webb;      A.J.Mahajan;     G.C.Bannister;    R.C.Haynes;
A.W.Miles.
Hip International 1995; Vol. 5, No. 3/4: 102-107.

Double Gloving and Surgical Technique.
J.M.Webb; B.D.Pentlow.
Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
July 1993; Vol 75, No. 4: 291-292.

A comparison of three methods used for antibiotic
prophylaxis in arthroplasty.
J.   Field;    J.M.Webb;     G.C.Bannister;      A.M.Lovering;
D.S.Reeves.
Journal of Arthroplasty. 1992; Vol 7, No. 1: 17 - 19.

Acromioclavicular joint disruption in first class rugby players.
J.M.Webb; G.C. Bannister
British Journal of Sports Medicine. 1992; Vol 26, No.4: 247-
248.

Tropical ulcers after sports injuries.
J.M.Webb; D.A.Murdoch.
Lancet 1992; Vol 339: 129-130.




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