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Hip Surgeon

Total hip repleacement has been termed as the ‘'Operation of the century’. Prof Lee embraces the 50 year British heritage and craftsmanship of a well planned and thought-out Cemented Total Hip replacement. He completed the prestigous Robin Ling Hip Fellowship at the Exeter Hip Unit, and continues to deliver the legacy of the British Cemented Total Hip Replacement. By using the tried and tested cemented Exeter (Ling-Lee) Stem with the Exeter surgical techniques, Mr Lee can reproduce the biomechanics of the hip joint with stability, length and offset. With the Exeter hip system, Prof Lee can offer an implant which is specific to each individual's shape and size. 

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With a PhD in Medical Engineering, Prof. Lee has a great understanding of Orthopaedic implants. With modern technology, uncemented implants have become widely available but with a shorter track record compared to the cemented Exeter Stem. In order to provide the best possible solution to his patients, Mr Lee has personally reviewed, analysed and published the results of the all hip implants he uses in clinical practice. 

Being a certified expert and faculty with the Exeter Hip System, Prof. Lee can offer a personalized implant to all of his patient. Using a proven technique ensures leg length, offset and versions are perfect every time. With impaction bone grafting techniques, Prof. Lee can offer a biological solution to patients and regenerate bone in complex cases. With the unique enchanced recovery programme and muscle sparing posterior approach, hip replacement surgery is indeed a truly succesful operation.

Prof. Lee is Fellowship trained in the S.P.A.I.R.E. approach in total hip replacement. S.P.A.I.R.E. has the benefit of avoiding cutting the abductor complex as well as preserving both gemelli, obturator internus and piriformis tendons (quadriceps coxae). This muscle complex plays an essential role in single legged stand, rising from sitting and propulsive motions. Read more


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Below is a list of publications by Mr Lee in the field of Hip Surgery:

  • Lee PYF, Charity J, Timperley J (2017) Details of a Tendon–Sparing Posterior Approach in Hemiarthroplasty in the Treatment of Displaced Intracapsular Neck of Femur Fracture. J Arthritis 6: 243. doi:10.4172/2167-7921.1000243
  • Lee PYF, Golding D, Woodnutt D (2017) The Short Femoral Stem in Total Hip Replacement - A Case Report to Demonstrate an Alternative Solution in Complex Femoral Revision for Prosthetic Implant Fracture. JBJS Case Connector doi: 10.2106/JBJS.CC.16.00174
  • Lee PYF, Brock J (2016) Modern British Cemented Total Hip Replacement. Journal of Arthritis 5:e113. doi: 10.4172/2167-7921.1000e113
  • Lee PYF, Rachala M, Teoh K, Woodnutt D (2016) Long-term results with the Atlas IIIp elastic cementless acetabular component in total hip replacement. International Orthopaedics 40(9), 1835-1842 doi:10.1007/s00264-015-3088-9
  • Lee PYF, Alderman P, Roberts P (2016) Polymerizing Bone Cement Can Roughen a Polyethylene Bearing Surface on Total Hip Replacement – A Surface Analysis. Journal of Arthritis 5:203. doi:10.4172/2167-7921.1000203
  • Teoh K, Lee PYF, Woodnutt D (2016) Our early experience of the Corin Minihip prosthesis. Hip international 16;26(3):265-9. PMID: 27034100
  • Lee PYF, Evans A (2014) Early Failure of the Polarstem Total Hip Arthroplasty: Can The Australian NJR Tell Us The Full Story? The Journal of Arthroplasty 29:3, 609-11 PMID: 23993433
  • Lee PYF, Phillips G, Owen T (2013) Patient positioning for total hip arthroplasty: Can this affect leg length inequality? Welsh Orthopaedic Journal Vol. 1:1, 4-7https://www.omicsgroup.org/journals/modern-british-cemented-total-hip-replacement-2167-7921-1000e113.php?aid=80662
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