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Prof. Paul YF Lee
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon  
Regeneration Medicine Doctor

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MBBch, MFSEM (UK), MSc (Sports Med), PhD, FEBOT, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Professor Lee specialises in Knee and Hip conditions. Being a double board-certified surgeon with 5 international fellowships, he is able to offer a balanced and up to date opinion between surgery and non-surgical intervention. He has treated UK Premiership footballers with good results and is also at the forefront for cell therapy, being a member of the International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society.

As a Surgeon, Professor Lee offers evidence-based methods with advanced technology to reduce tissue damage and help patients kickstart their recovery.


As a Professor, he is widely published and often invited to give lectures on PRP, Cell therapy, ACL reconstruction, Knee replacement and Hip replacement internationally.

Over the years, Prof Lee has built up a network to exchange knowledge with an international team of surgeons to remain at the cutting edge of innovation.

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Qualifications
MBBch, MFSEM (UK), MSc (Sports Med), PhD, FEBOT, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Since 2018

Medical  Director

MSK Doctors

The Keep Clinic, MSK House, OPEN MRI

Since 2017

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

NHS England

2016

CCT

GMC

Trauma and Orthopaedic surgery

Since 2018

Harley Street Consultant

Harley Street, London Sports Injuries Clinic, London Cartilage Clinic, MSK Doctors

2016-2017

Health Foundation, Q NHS

Management

Clinical Entrepreneur Fellow, 

Community Member, Quality Improvement 

2015-2016

BOA

Management

Clinical Leadership Fellow

2015

FRCS (T&O)

Fellowship

Royal college of Surgeons of Edinburgh 

2014

PhD

Postgraduate

(Medical Engineering) Cardiff University

2011

MSc

Postgraduate

(Sports and exercise Medicine) UWIC 

2014

FEBOT

Fellowship

European Board of Orthopaedic Trauma

2013

Prince 2

Management

Practitioner 

2009

MFSEM

Membership

Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine UK 

2008

MRCS

Membership

Royal College of surgeons of Edinburgh

2005

MBBch

Undergraduate

Cardiff University

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Experience

Expert in Sports, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon 

Prof Lee founded MSK Doctors, with the aim of advancing musculoskeletal regeneration medicine and offering leading-edge treatment to patients. He has successfully introduced treatments such as STACi, Lipogems, S.P.A.I.R.E. and KneeKG to clinical practice. He is a strong advocate for non-surgical management for knee arthritis and has published his experience with knee brace in the British Medical Journal.

Prof Lee joined the Gilmore Groin Clinic in Harley Street, London and has been working with the late Mr Gilmore's team to treat common groin injuries in athletes. He has introduced a regeneration approach to sports injuries as part of the London Sports & injuries clinic in Harley Street and has treated high profile clients; which has attracted media attention and often consults on topics such as sports injuriesrunningknee issuesregeneration and orthopaedics.

Perfect surgery relies on knowledge & modern equipment

 

Only a few hospitals & clinics can offer this environment for surgeons.

We should respect biology & apply our knowledge in Science to Medicine.
Whether it is physio, injections, surgery,  rehab, or recovery.


The same principles apply

The Cells are the same.

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Regeneration

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Non-surgical

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Sports Science

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Surgical

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Professional Associates

Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons (Tr & Orth) 

Membership of Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine  

Fellowship European Board of Orthopaedics and Traumatology  

Membership of British Hip Society  

Membership of British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma and Arthroscopy Association  

British Orthopaedic Association 

Biological Knee Society  

International Society Cell and Gene Therapy 

International Cartilage Regeneration Society 

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Newspaper  Articles & Books

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Tennis injuries: The top 5 tennis injuries and how to prevent them

 

TENNIS injuries are common, whether you're a pro or a newbie. Here are the top five tennis injuries, how to prevent them and how to treat them.

Tennis is an intense sport and can cause lots of injuries. Even professionals with a team of experts looking after them get injured... Read More..

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Will doing squats damage your knees?

 

The rubbish reality is that even doing things that are supposed to be good for us can cause issues.

Hitting the streets for a morning jog? Watch our for shin splints.

Downing a healthy juice? You might be missing out on important fibre.

There’s a lot of worried chat about one particular workout move, so we’re here to find out if these concerns are founded... Read More..

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5 common running myths debunked by the experts

 

From misunderstandings about stretching to the idea you need a certain body type to be a runner, we’re taking a look at five of the most persistent running myths to find out whether there’s any truth in them…

The weather is improving, you’re sick of the sight of your front room and you’ve just bought some new trainers… sounds like the perfect time to head out for a run. Read More..

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'Leisure sickness': uncovering the reason why we all get ill on holiday

 

Weird and unexpected ailments are hallmarks of a trip away – so what can you do to prevent them from ruining your all-important break?

In St Ives recently I sought help for a stye. I’d never had one before, but now this monster was threatening to ruin my holiday. ... Read More..

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Sore knee? You could be spared the pain of surgery by Ant's 'Robocop' leg brace which helps align the joint

 

Arthritis sufferers could be spared the ordeal of surgery thanks to a 'Robocop' brace that supports the knee, restoring movement and alleviating pain, even in severe cases.

The brace, made from lightweight plastic and soft fabric, can be worn under trousers and uses strapping that exerts a gentle sideways pull, helping to align the joint... Read More..

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