Mr Bourke specialises in surgery of the knee. He is a UK-trained orthopaedic surgeon having qualified from Imperial College, London in 2002. His special interest is in arthroscopic (key-hole) surgery of the knee treating ligament and cartilage injuries or damage with the most up to date techniques available. Having completed a year of his training in two large sports injuries centres in Australia he routinely performs an ‘anatomical ACL reconstruction to achieve a stable knee after surgery that has closest to normal movements.
He has lectured internationally and has published work in numerous international orthopaedic journals on this technique. He also has an interest in new treatments for osteoarthritis and performs partial (Oxford knee) and total knee replacement with advanced pain control techniques and an enhanced recovery programme to allow a speedy recovery from your operation. Mr Bourke is a full time consultant in the NHS at Heatherwood & Wexham Park Hospitals having been appointed in 2013 and is married with two children.