Mr Sean Molloy, Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

Mr Sean Molloy

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

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Mr Sean Molloy MB BS MRCS MSc FRCS (Orth)

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

MB BS MRCS MSc FRCS (Orth)

Mr Sean Molloy

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon MB BS MRCS MSc FRCS (Orth)

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MB BS MRCS MSc FRCS (Orth)

Areas of expertise

  • Spinal decompression
  • Spinal fusion
  • Complex revision spinal surgery
  • Discectomy
  • Epidural

Recommendations for Mr Molloy

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Dan Ornadel, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Mr Molloy is an outstanding spinal surgeon whose opinions are of the highest quality.

  • byDr Hadi Manji, Consultant Neurologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • by Dr Hugh Bethell, Consultant Cardiologist

    Mr Sean Molloy looks after many of my patients with spinal problems. He is an excellent surgeon who is liked and respected by his patients

  • by Mr Farhaan Altaf, Spine Surgeon

    Mr Sean Molloy is a skilled surgeon with good patient manner and good outcomes.

  • byDr Dan Ornadel, Consultant Respiratory Physician

    Mr Molloy is an outstanding spinal surgeon whose opinions are of the highest quality.

  • byDr Hadi Manji, Consultant Neurologist

    Good clinician. Reliable.

  • by Dr Hugh Bethell, Consultant Cardiologist

    Mr Sean Molloy looks after many of my patients with spinal problems. He is an excellent surgeon who is liked and respected by his patients

  • by Mr Farhaan Altaf, Spine Surgeon

    Mr Sean Molloy is a skilled surgeon with good patient manner and good outcomes.

  • Address

    • The Princess Grace Hospital

      Outpatients and Diagnostic Centre at 30 Devonshire Street, London, W1G 7AF

    About Mr Sean Molloy

    GMC number: 4205548

    Year qualified: 1995

    Place of primary qualification: University of London

    Mr Molloy is a highly skilled spinal surgeon with extensive experience in complex spinal surgery and a special interest in scoliosis. He is known for his expertise in spinal navigation and robotics, which he uses to achieve the best possible results while making complex spinal surgery safer with minimally invasive techniques. He works in a multidisciplinary environment and is committed to providing the highest quality care to his patients.

    Mr Molloy completed his medical training at St George's University of London in 1995. He then spent a year at John Hopkins University in Baltimore, United States, where he undertook an orthopaedic fellowship. In addition, he earned an MSc in orthopaedic engineering from Cardiff University. Prior to becoming a spinal surgeon, he had a successful career as a chiropractor, giving him a unique understanding of the relationship between conservative management and surgical solutions for spinal conditions.

    Mr Molloy has been a consultant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust in Stanmore since 2005, where he has gained extensive experience in complex paediatric and adult spinal deformity surgery. He is widely published in the world's premier spinal journals and is frequently invited to speak at national and international conferences. He is also a visiting professor at Fujian Medical University, a highly respected Chinese university.

    Overall, Mr Molloy's combination of surgical expertise, innovative techniques, and commitment to patient care make him a highly regarded spinal surgeon and a valuable asset to the medical community.

    Areas of expertise

    • Adult degenerative scoliosis
    • Ankylosing spondylitis
    • Arthritis (spine)
    • Back pain
    • Bowel and appendix cancer
    • Cervical (neck) surgery
    • Cervical and lumbar spinal fusion for neurogenic pain
    • Cervical disc disease
    • Complex revision spinal surgery
    • Complex spinal disorders
    • Complex spinal trauma
    • Degenerative disc disease
    • Discectomy
    • Diverticular disease
    • Epidural
    • Fusion surgery for kyphosis/scoliosis
    • Hernia surgery - inguinal (groin), umbilical, incisional
    • Herniated disc or slipped disc
    • Kyphoplasty
    • Kyphosis
    • Laminectomy
    • Lower back pain
    • Lumbar back surgery
    • Microdisectomy for prolapsed discs
    • Minimally invasive spinal surgery
    • MRI scan (magnetic resonance imaging scan)
    • Osteoporosis
    • Peritoneal cancer
    • Revision spinal surgery
    • Revision surgery
    • Sciatica
    • Scoliosis surgery
    • Spinal decompression
    • Spinal deformity
    • Spinal fusion
    • Spinal injury
    • Spinal navigation and robotics
    • Spinal oncology
    • Spinal stenosis
    • Spine fractures and trauma
    • Spondylolisthesis & spondylosis
    • Sports injuries
    • Sports-related spine injuries
    • Stress fractures
    • Thoracic (back) surgery
    • Tumour stabilization
    • Upper back pain
    • Vertebral compression fracture
    • Vetebroplasty/kyphoplasty for spinal fracture (tumour or osteoporotic)

    Professional memberships

    British Orthopaedic Association
    Royal College of Surgeons
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Sean Molloy

    When spinal instrumentation revision is not an option

    A multicentre retrospective review of muscle necrosis of the leg following spinal surgery with motor evoked potential monitoring

    A novel use of cement as a salvage procedure in patients with complex spinal injuries with proximal junctional failure

    The evolution of partial undercutting facetectomy in the treatment of lumbar spinal stenosis

    Ten techniques for improving navigated spinal surgery

    Using lean principles to introduce intraoperative navigation for scoliosis surgery

    Managing the cervical spine in multiple myeloma patients

    360-degree complex primary reconstruction using porous tantalum cages for adult degenerative spinal deformity

    A new extensile anterolateral retroperitoneal approach for lumbar interbody fusion from L1 to S1

    Successful nonsurgical treatment for highly unstable fracture subluxation of the spine secondary to myeloma

    Multiple myeloma presenting with acute bony spinal cord compression and mechanical instability successfully managed nonoperatively

    Spinal disease in myeloma