Mr Luke Jones, Knee Surgeon

Mr Luke Jones DPhil(Oxon) FRCS(Tr&Orth) USMLE MBBS BSc

Knee Surgeon

DPhil(Oxon) FRCS(Tr&Orth) USMLE MBBS BSc
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MrLuke  Jones,Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr Luke Jones is a recommended Knee Surgeon

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Areas of expertise

  • Knee sports injuries
  • Knee anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
  • Minimally invasive knee replacement
  • Unicompartmental knee replacement
  • Revision total knee replacement
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Recommendations for Mr Jones

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  • byDr Abigail Alice Moore, GP

    I highly recommend Mr Jones. Having previously worked with him, I know him to be a dedicated, hard-working and skilled orthopaedic surgeon. He is also kind and compassionate towards his patients and is an excellent communicator.

  • byMr Ioannis Goutos, Plastic and Burns Surgeon

    I have known Mr Jones in a professional capacity for a number of years; I have no reservations to recommend him as a highly skilled and totally dedicated orthopaedic consultant. He has an excellent bedside manner and provides tailored, high quality care to his patients.

  • by Dr Luke Stephen Prockter Moore, Consultant Infectious Diseases & Microbiology

    He is a skilled orthopaedic surgeon who provides expert opinion on knee complaints & undertakes a range of surgical procedures related to this. He has particular expertise in joint replacement, including those patients with complex needs. We work together closely where Mr Jones takes on patients with infected joints, & he tackles these aggressively with particularly good outcomes. He has a strong collaborative approach to his practice, & feedback from our joint-care patients is always glowing

  • by Dr Rebecca-Lea Smith, Pain Medicine Specialist

    It has been a real pleasure to work with Mr Jones for the past 2 years. He demonstrates significant technical expertise in the operating theatre. He consistently holds all members of the wider multidisciplinary team in high regard. He is receptive to new ideas and reflective in his practise. It is lovely to see the confidence he instils in his patients through the high standard of care he delivers. I would highly recommend him for all patients with knee pathology.

  • by Dr George Grammatopoulos, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Luke Jones is an exceptional Knee surgeon that I would whole-heartedly trust for the care of my loved ones. His training is second to none, having worked in many reputable centers around the world. He is caring, compassionate and always provides a balanced opinion considering an individual’s need. He is a very responsible individual, who takes pride in everything he does and always striking for success.

  • by Dr Andrew Paul Monk, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Having worked with luke both clinically and academically I feel I have good insight into his abilities. Luke represents the whole surgical package for me; integrity in how he goes about being a consultant surgeon, combined with excellent surgical skill and an ability to really connect with patients.

  • byDr Abigail Alice Moore, GP

    I highly recommend Mr Jones. Having previously worked with him, I know him to be a dedicated, hard-working and skilled orthopaedic surgeon. He is also kind and compassionate towards his patients and is an excellent communicator.

  • byMr Ioannis Goutos, Plastic and Burns Surgeon

    I have known Mr Jones in a professional capacity for a number of years; I have no reservations to recommend him as a highly skilled and totally dedicated orthopaedic consultant. He has an excellent bedside manner and provides tailored, high quality care to his patients.

  • by Dr Luke Stephen Prockter Moore, Consultant Infectious Diseases & Microbiology

    He is a skilled orthopaedic surgeon who provides expert opinion on knee complaints & undertakes a range of surgical procedures related to this. He has particular expertise in joint replacement, including those patients with complex needs. We work together closely where Mr Jones takes on patients with infected joints, & he tackles these aggressively with particularly good outcomes. He has a strong collaborative approach to his practice, & feedback from our joint-care patients is always glowing

  • by Dr Rebecca-Lea Smith, Pain Medicine Specialist

    It has been a real pleasure to work with Mr Jones for the past 2 years. He demonstrates significant technical expertise in the operating theatre. He consistently holds all members of the wider multidisciplinary team in high regard. He is receptive to new ideas and reflective in his practise. It is lovely to see the confidence he instils in his patients through the high standard of care he delivers. I would highly recommend him for all patients with knee pathology.

  • by Dr George Grammatopoulos, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Mr Luke Jones is an exceptional Knee surgeon that I would whole-heartedly trust for the care of my loved ones. His training is second to none, having worked in many reputable centers around the world. He is caring, compassionate and always provides a balanced opinion considering an individual’s need. He is a very responsible individual, who takes pride in everything he does and always striking for success.

  • by Dr Andrew Paul Monk, Orthopaedic Surgeon

    Having worked with luke both clinically and academically I feel I have good insight into his abilities. Luke represents the whole surgical package for me; integrity in how he goes about being a consultant surgeon, combined with excellent surgical skill and an ability to really connect with patients.

  • Address

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Available for patients, please call to arrange, SW1W 8RH

    • The Lister Hospital

      Chelsea Bridge Road, London, SW1W 8RH

  • Chelsea And Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust

    369 Fulham Rd, Chelsea, London, SW10 9NH

  • About Mr Luke Jones

    GMC number: 6078265

    Year qualified: 2003

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Luke read medicine in London and then completed basic surgical training in London and Surrey. He commenced higher surgical training in Orthopaedic Surgery in Oxford in 2008.

    He completed his PhD in Musculoskeletal Science at Oxford University In 2013. His thesis, entitled "Early Knee Osteoarthritis, Symptoms and Structure", had a focus on the role of the meniscus on the aetiology of osteoarthritis and determining the optimal timing of joint replacement.

    He is double Fellowship trained. Having completed the United States Medical Licensing Examination, he spent a year working on the Adult Joint Reconstruction Service at Stanford Healthcare, Stanford University, California, USA. This was followed with further fellowship training in the Sports Knee Service, Oxford University Hospitals, UK.

    Luke joined the knee service as a Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital in 2018 and quickly established a reputation for providing bespoke, patient-centred care. His practice is split equally between knee sports injuries and joint replacement. He has a special interest in Anterior Cruciate Ligament reconstruction and multiligament knee injuries. He is a key opinion leader in London on partial and minimally invasive knee replacement, as well as daycase knee replacement.

    Luke entered private practice in 2019 and consults at The Lister Hospital, Chelsea as well as the Private Wing at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.

    Outside of work Luke is a sports enthusiast and played rugby at National League and County level, and won a Rugby Blue at Oxford.

    Areas of expertise

    • Knee sports injuries
    • Knee arthroplasty
    • Articular cartilage
    • Knee injuries
    • Knee osteoarthritis
    • Partial knee replacement
    • Minimally invasive knee replacement
    • Knee meniscal repair
    • Knee meniscectomy
    • Trauma surgery
    • Revision total knee replacement
    • Unicompartmental knee replacement
    • Total knee replacement
    • Tibial plateau fracture fixation
    • Knee anterior cruciate ligament (ACL)
    • Knee posterior cruciate ligament (PCL)
    • Knee reconstructive surgery
    • Early knee arthritis

    Frequently asked questions

  • What are the common symptoms that your patients tend to present with?

    My practice is dedicated to conditions that affect the knee. Patients tend to be of two broad types:

    1. Older patients with degenerative, wear and tear problems such as osteoarthritis. Here symptoms tend to be pain, stiffness and reduced range of movement although catching and swelling are not uncommon. In those who have had unsuccessful joint replacements, pain and stiffness tend to dominate.

    2. Younger patients with sports knee injuries. In the acute stage following an injury, the knee tends to be swollen and painful, but as the knee settles, the symptoms are more commonly catching, locking or giving way. Sports people often also have overuse type injuries. In this situation, the symptoms they present with are often very specific to their particular sport. For example, runners often have lateral knee pain, whereas jumping athletes tend to have pain focussed over the front of their knee.

    Interestingly I often find that these two groups now overlap as people, rightly, want to remain more and more active as they get older.

  • What are the treatments that you're able to offer your patients?

    I provide bespoke treatment algorithms to patients dependent on their specific presentation and diagnosis.

    Of course, treatment strategies are always focused on non-surgical interventions in the first instance. These include injections, physiotherapy, exercise modification and bracing.

    For sports injuries, I offer keyhole arthroscopic surgery and ligament reconstruction surgery. Realignment procedures such as osteotomy can be helpful in select patients, as can cartilage regeneration procedures.

    For those with degenerative joint disease, I offer day case partial knee replacement and minimally invasive total knee replacement. I perform revision knee replacement in patients whose initial surgery has been unsuccessful or those in whom the joint replacement has worn out.

  • What are your areas of sub-specialist interest?

    Given that I specialise in just one joint, I’d consider that a sub-specialisation in itself! However, within sports knee injuries my particular interest is in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction and meniscal injuries.

    As a key opinion leader in the UK on day case unicompartmental knee replacement, my team and I are delighted to be able to offer a world-class joint replacement experience to our patients.

  • Professional memberships

    General Medical Council
    British Association for Surgery of the Knee
    British Orthopaedic Association
    Royal College of Surgeons of England

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