Mr Laurie Dodd is a consultant orthopaedic knee, sports injury and trauma surgeon offering expertise in reconstructive surgery for sports injuries as well as the latest techniques in early and established degenerative joint disease (arthritis). Laurie practise covers paediatric knee complaints, advanced arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery for the treatment of cartilage injuries and ligament reconstructions, including the Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL). He also has extensive experience and expertise in joint replacement offering a full breadth of treatment options including partial, total and revision knee replacement.
Laurie graduated from Imperial College School of Medicine, London 2001. Having completed his general surgical training in the South East of England he went on to specialist training in Trauma & Orthopaedics at St Georges Hospital Training Program, London. He was appointed to the specialist register having completed his training in 2014 and went on to gain further experience with two Fellowships in knee surgery covering all aspects of knee complaint. He has extensive training and experience in both soft tissue reconstructive surgery and complex joint replacement.
Laurie continues to research new and improved techniques in orthopaedic surgery and is widely published on lower limb reconstructive surgery. He has a passion for developing new strategies to improve patient outcomes and enhanced recovery. He has presented this work at both national and international meetings.
- Royal College of Surgeons of England
- British Orthopaedic Association
- British Association for Surgery of the Knee
Laurie was brought up in West Sussex and educated in North Yorkshire before attending medical school in London. He is married with three children. He is a very keen sportsman and will often be seen running and cycling in the hills of Sussex and surrounding areas.