Mark Jackson – Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon

Mark Jackson
Consultant Orthopaedic Knee Surgeon

Specialising in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Sports Knee Injuries, Arthroscopy and Knee Replacement.

The knee is a truly remarkable joint and is vitally important for day to day function as well as numerous sporting activities and hobbies.

The knee is a truly remarkable joint and is vitally important for day to day function as well as numerous sporting activities and hobbies.

It is relatively common to develop knee symptoms and problems arising from either an acute injury or more chronic and degenerative pathology. With access in the Sports Surgery Clinic to the most up to date imagin g technology, world class operating theatres and rehabilitation facilities, we aim to assess and manage knee conditions to maintain function and goals in all age groups.

Mark Jackson studied medicine in the UK at King’s College London, graduating in 1997. He then embarked on Basic Surgical Training followed by Higher Surgical Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics on the South East London programme.

Great to be at ESSKA2024 in milan over last few days. Good sessions, especially in ACL prevention and the rapid AI developments around the corner

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🚨 Four distinct patterns of ACL injury in women’s professional football (soccer): a systematic video analysis of 37 match injuries ⚽ #OriginalResearch

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In a study presented at #AAOS2024, researchers explored the risks risk of having an ACL reinjury in adolescent athletes. Read more. https://bit.ly/49re5O8

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APPOINTMENTS

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PROCEDURES

This section covers the procedures related to knee replacement, all aspects of arthroscopic knee surgery, sports injuries and ligament reconstruction.

CONDITIONS

All aspects of knee injuries and conditions you may need treating, are explained in this section of the website