Mr Gregory graduated from Manchester University and undertook his early surgical training in the Northwest. He moved to the West Midlands for higher surgical training as part of the prestigious Oswestry rotation. He then completed Fellowship training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.
Mr Gregory’s main clinical interest is musculoskeletal oncology. He investigates and treats benign tumours (non-cancerous eg lipomas) and malignant tumours (cancerous tumours called sarcomas) affecting the soft tissues of the limbs and trunk. Mr Gregory also investigates tumours affecting bones in the upper and lower limbs. These tumours may be benign (non-cancerous) or malignant (secondary bone cancers that have spread from another site, metastatic bone disease). He has expertise in managing patients with Breast, Prostate, Kidney tumours, which have spread to bone in addition to patients suffering with multiple myeloma and lymphoma of bone.
Research and Teaching
Mr Gregory is actively involved in research and to date his publications include eighteen journal articles and two book chapters. He has had research presented at international, national and local conferences and has been invited to deliver guest lectures at the British Orthopaedic Association as well as at regional meetings. Jonathan enjoys teaching trainee orthopaedic surgeons and regularly contributes to the regional training programme and lectures on FRCS revision courses.