Mr Martin Stone
Hip,Knee,Hip Replacement,Hip Revison Arthroplasty,Knee Arthroscopy,Knee Replacement,Knee Revision Arthroplasty,Knee Surgery,Lower Limb Arthroplasty,
Mr Martin Stone was appointed John Charnley Hip Fellow to Professor Wroblewski at Wrightington Hospital in 1990. Since his consultant appointment in 1992, Mr Stone has run a lower limb joint replacement and knee arthroscopy service. His clinical interests include primary hip and knee replacement and the complications of hip and knee replacement surgery involving leg length inequality, hip replacement in young patients, dislocation after hip replacement, pain control at the time of surgery, enhanced recovery programmes after joint replacement surgery, and engineering technologies to improve the long term outcome of hip and knee replacement. Mr Stone developed the first Leeds pre-admission home screening and discharge planning of joint replacement patients in 1992, and he set up a patient telephone help line at the Chapel Allerton Hospital Hip Centre in 1996. Mr Stone was advisor to the British Orthopaedic Association on "Best Practice in Hip Surgery" (1998). He is the organiser of a UK travelling hip concepts group (from 1993) and has run an international hip training facility at Leeds General Infirmary (1998-2000). He has been a member of the regular faculty of the British Revision Hip Course, Royal College of Surgeons Revision Hip Course, Leeds Practical Hip and Knee Course, Stratford Uncemented Hip Course and Leeds Orthopaedic Biomechanics Course. Mr Stone currently trains a clinical hip fellow and supervises several MD and PhD medical and bioengineering students with the University of Leeds. He is involved in UK and international research projects. In 2000, Mr Stone began the annual consultants Yorkshire Arthroplasty Meeting. He is a member of the LMBRU (Leeds Musculoskeletal Biomedical Research Unit) funded by the National Institute for Health Research. He is in receipt of many prestigious research awards, including an EPSRC Portfolio Award.