Mr Neil Hunt is a Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon who specialises in all aspects of knee surgery. He has been a Consultant Specialist Knee Surgeon at York Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust since 2005 and he also consults at The Leeds Nuffield Hospital, The York Nuffield Hospital and Clifton Park Hospital, York.
Mr Hunt graduated from Cambridge University and St Mary’s Hospital Medical School, London and undertook his surgical training in London and Yorkshire. He also completed a one year sports knee surgery fellowship at Imperial College, based at Charing Cross Hospital, London and a one year fellowship in Brisbane, Australia.
His aim is to maximise the function of his patients’ knees throughout their lives by eliminating or reducing their pain, returning them to normal activities as much as possible and quality of life as comfortably and quickly as their underlying conditions will allow and where possible, delay the need for knee replacement.
He therefore has a keen interest in early arthritis/arthritis prevention techniques including articular cartilage surgery and meniscal cartilage repair.
He has published / presented numerous papers in peer reviewed journals and at scientific and orthopaedic meetings nationally and internationally. He is involved in a number of research studies to evaluate new advances in biological application within orthopaedic surgery.