Mr Alastair Davidson spent most of his postgraduate training at London Teaching Hospitals as part of the Bart’s & The Royal London Training programs, with a Specialist Fellowship year in Sydney, and a final Specialist Registrar year on the Joint reconstruction unit for hip and knee surgery at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.
He has trained under numerous world renowned Orthopaedic surgeons such as Professors: George Bentley, Rolfe Birch, Tim Briggs, and Justin Cobb, as well as nationally and world-renowned surgeons such as Muirhead Allwood, John Skinner and Andrew Williams.
After finishing his training in 2005 he was a Locum Consultant at the RNOH Stanmore, and subsequently Imperial College Hospitals London, before his appointment to Frimley Park NHS Hospital. He specialises in all aspects of hip and knee surgery, including arthroscopy of the hip and knee, sports injuries, ligament reconstruction, joint replacement of the hip and knee including partial replacement, resurfacing, total replacement and revision joint replacement. He is a member of the national MRC ACTIVE trial on cartilage resurfacing.
He has published and presented nationally and internationally. He has also had the privilege of being a British Orthopaedic Association Travelling Fellow. He has taught on RNOH Stanmore courses and to Imperial College medical students, as well as acting as an examiner. He is happily married with two children and enjoys his sports such as rugby, skiing, golf, sailing, and travel.