Adam Way was brought up in Surrey & educated at Bradfield College, Reading. He graduated in 1998 from Sheffield University Medical School. He did his basic surgical training at RNOH, Stanmore, Northwick Park Hospital, Harrow and NHNN, Queen Square. He studied for his MSc in Surgical Sciences at University College London & then went on to Higher Surgical Training at Barts and the Royal London Hospital.
He concentrated his registrar training to becoming a spinal surgeon, spending 2 years on the spinal unit at Stanmore and then did a further 1 year advanced spinal surgery fellowship. Mr Way has nationally & internationally published & lectured on spinal & trauma surgery, & examines and interviews for the London & KSS Deaneries. He is a member of the BMA, British Orthopaedic Association, British Association of Spinal Surgeons & Royal College of Surgeons of England.
Mr Way's practice concentrates on neck & lower back pain, and his surgical practice concentrates on the use of minimally invasive techniques. He performs the full range of spinal operations, ranging from injections, vertebroplasty/kyphoplasty, cervical disc replacement, or fusion, and lumbar microdiscectomies, decompressions & fusions. Adam is married to Caroline and has 3 children.