Dean Michael

Dean Michael | Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in London

All aspects of lower limb surgery, including minimally-invasive hip replacement surgery, hip arthroscopy (key-hole), and adolescent and young adult hip problems.


  • 25 years of practice
Mr Michael has extensive knowledge of the hip, as a result, he has written many articles related to various orthopaedic topics including hip problems in young patients.


  • Mr Michael is a highly regarded and sought after Consultant of Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery with over 15 years of experience in his field (qualified in 1994). He has a special interest in hip and knee replacement including minimally invasive hip replacement, hip resurfacing, computer navigated and patient- matched knee replacement, revision joint replacement, hip arthroscopy (key-hole surgery of the hip) and hip problems especially in young adults who have had ongoing issues. Mr Michael qualified from St Bartholomew’s Hospital in 1994 and completed his postgraduate orthopaedic training in London. He then undertook his specialist training in hip and knee surgery at Middlesex Hospital and The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore. He later completed a specialist Hip and Knee Surgery Fellowship in Sydney working at the Orthosports Unit, The New South Wales Institute of Sports Medicine and at the New South Wales Orthopaedic Research Institute treating many top athletes from sports injuries. During his training in Australia, he developed a special interest in minimally invasive hip replacement and computer navigated surgery of the knee. Since coming back to the UK, he has written many articles related to various orthopaedic topics including hip problems in the young and explaining the causes of hip and groin pain while also holding the managing director or the Surrey orthopaedic clinic in charge of a full team.

  • Education

    • Bachelor's Degree, University of London, 1994* - Postgraduate Certificate
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  • Medbelle patients describe him as "Understanding, Patient, Approachable"

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