Mr Keith Eyres has been a consultant in Exeter for 17 years. His main interests involve joint replacement surgery of the knee both for primary replacements and more complicated revision surgeries. He also provides a service for arthroscopic knee surgery and hip joint replacement surgery. He lectures regularly on knee courses to demonstrate modern techniques and improvements in all aspects of knee surgery including custom knee replacement and computer navigation. He also manages the care of patients with fractures that have either not healed or healed in an abnormal position.
Mr Andrew Toms specialises in surgery of the knee including sports injuries, arthroscopic surgery, complex primary total knee replacement and revision knee surgery as well as maintaining an on-going commitment in the field of trauma and primary hip replacement surgery. He is the Clinical Lead for knee surgery at the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre and co-ordinator of the Exeter Knee Reconstruction Unit (EKRU). He is also educational supervisor for the Exeter Knee Fellow, Extended Scope Physiotherapist and Surgical Care Practitioner. He runs the Exeter Knee Master Class Course and Exeter Hip and Knee Revision course.
Mr Vipul Mandalia is a specialist sports injury and joint replacement knee surgeon. He provides individualised care to the patient appropriate to their life style and the demand on the knee joint. He offers both well established, proven, successful treatment and new treatment developed as a result of advanced research. He specialises in arthroscopic (key hole surgery) surgery, advanced ligament reconstruction, corrective osteotomy of the lower limb, partial knee replacement and total knee replacement. He is Research Lead for the Princess Elizabeth Orthopaedic Centre in Exeter.