our hip SURGEONS

Hip care at Grosvenor Orthopaedics is led by Mr Simon Newman, Mr Chethan Jayaden, Mr Emeka Oragui and Mr Mark Webb. They are further supported by the orthopaedic team including other consultant surgeons, nurses and care staff. We perform over 300 hip replacements each year but offer a broad range of hip treatments to patients both young and old.

Our team are well placed to manage and treat a diverse range of hip problems utilising cutting edge diagnostic technology and treatment approaches, both surgical and conservative. Below is an overview of some of the conditions we treat but for a more thorough understanding please contact our team here


Consultant Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon

BSc(Hons) BM PhD FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Simon is a Consultant Hip Surgeon practising at the world-renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, King Edward VIIs Hospital and The London Clinic. He has a particular interest in the hip joint and has developed a large practise treating hip problems in adults of all ages. His philosophy is to achieve the best possible outcomes for patients which involves engaging patients in the decision-making process about their treatment and utilising non-operative techniques, where possible. Should any surgery be required, Simon performs any procedure with care, planning and precision.


Consultant Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon

MA (Cantab), MBBS, MBA, FRCS (Tr & Orth)
meka is a Consultant Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon practising at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. His practice includes all aspects of hip surgery including hip replacements, hip redo or revision surgery, hip arthroscopy and sports injuries around the hip including sports man’s hernia (Gilmore’s Groin) and adductor longus tears and tendinitis. He uses the muscle sparing direct anterior approach for hip replacements which allows some patients a faster recovery.


Consultant Orthopaedic Hip Surgeon

MBBS MSc FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Mark is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a passion for sports related injuries. He strives to not only provide excellent surgical treatments but also rounded, bespoke care that allows his patients to get back to the activities they love. This is evident in his specialist training which includes a Master’s degree in Sports Medicine from University College London to help him when treating all levels of athletes. Alongside surgical treatments, Mr. Webb offers non-operative (conservative) options including using orthobiologics, such as PRP and stem cells, to treat the symptoms of early arthritis, as well as tendon injuries. Treatment plans are tailored to the patient’s requirements and expectations using the best evidence available

Conditions Diagnosed & Treated

Below is an outline of some of the major pathologies that we specialise in here, but typically most disorders of the hip that warrant a specialist referral can be successfully investigated through our team. If you are suffering from hip problems and are looking for definitive medical support then please let us know.

Avascular Necrosis

Hip avascular necrosis is not uncommon, with numerous patients seeking treatment each year. It is also known as osteonecrosis or aseptic necrosis. It is a significant cause for concern regarding the health of the hip, its structure and stability but can be effectively treated.

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Labral Tears

The hip labrum is a ring of cartilage that runs along the outside rim of your hip joint. Along with cushioning the hip joint, the labrum acts like a rubber seal or gasket to help hold the ball at the top of your thighbone securely within your hip socket.

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Hip arthritis or hip osteoarthritis is a common degenerative disease that results in pain and stiffness that progressively worsen as the disease progresses; often attributed to ageing. Many treatments exist to support the joint and minimise pain.

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Snapping Hip

Snapping Hip Syndrome (SHS), known also as Clicking Hip or Coxa Saltans is a disorder of the hip that results in noise on movement and sometimes pain.

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Sportsman’s Hernia

Inguinal disruption, also known as a Sportman’s hernia or Gilmore’s groin, is a condition that affects the soft tissue (muscle, tendon, ligamentous structures) in the lower abdominal and groin region.

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Gluteal Tendinopathy

Gluteal tendinopathy, also known as hip abductor tendinopathy, is a common condition that affects the tendons surrounding the hip joint. It often causes discomfort and limits mobility, impacting daily activities and overall quality of life.

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Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (Trochanteric Bursitis)

Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome, often shortened to GTPS (previously termed Trochanteric Bursitis) is concerned with the muscles of the thigh, their attachment to the bones and the fluid-filled sacs in the joints known as bursa.

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Hip Dysplasia

Hip dysplasia is a development issue of the hip socket whereby it doesn’t form correctly.

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Hip fractures

The hip is made up of the joint between the top of the thigh bone (the femur) and the socket of the pelvis (the acetabulum).

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Femoroacetabular impingement

Femoroacetabular impingement (FAI) is a condition in which extra bone grows along one or both of the bones that form the hip joint — giving the bones an irregular shape. Because they do not fit together perfectly, the bones rub against each other during movement.


Hip arthroscopy

Hip arthroscopy is a minimally invasive same-day (outpatient) surgical procedure that uses a device called an arthroscope to diagnose and treat hip conditions. An arthroscope is a flexible tube with a camera that is connected to a video monitor.

Hip Replacement - Customised Total

Custom Total Hip Replacement requires a pre-operative CT scan of the hip joint. Using computer software, a virtual 3D model of the patient’s bone anatomy is generated to help the surgeon achieve greater accuracy in positioning the femoral and the acetabular components of the hip implant.

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Hip Replacement - Direct Anterior Approach

Hip arthritis or hip osteoarthritis is a common disease that usually results in increasing pain and stiffness over time. Total hip replacement surgery is an effective method of treating hip osteoarthritis when non-surgical methods have failed. Direct Anterior Approach (DAA) is a minimally invasive way of performing this surgery that reduces pain and allows earlier recovery.

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Hip Replacement - Minimally Invasive

The goals are similar with minimally invasive total hip replacement, but the surgeon cuts less of the tissue surrounding the hip. The artificial implants used are the same as those used for traditional hip replacement. 

Hip Replacement - OPS guided

Revolutionising total hip arthroplasty designed to optimise stability, longevity, biomechanics and patient outcomes

Hip Replacement - Revision

Over time, a hip replacement can fail for a variety of reasons. It may be recommended that you have a second operation to remove some or all of the parts of the original prosthesis and replace them with new ones. This procedure is called revision total hip replacement.

Hip Resurfacing

Hip resurfacing is an advanced surgical technique that can be used to treat painful arthritis. It has received a resurgence in media attention due to professional tennis star Andy Murray and NBS basketball player Isaiah Thomas both undergoing hip resurfacing surgery and successfully returning to competitive professional sports.

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Periacetabular Osteotomy

Periacetabular osteotomy (PAO), also called Bernese or Ganz Osteotomy, is a hip preservation surgery performed to correct a hip problem that a child is born with or that develops over time (developmental deformity of the hip).


Below are a series of videos answering some of the most frequently asked questions about hip surgery from our own Mr Simon Newman - Hip Specialist Surgeon


Post Less Hip Scope

Mr Mark Webb, Grosvenor Orthopaedic Partners Consultant Hip and Knee Surgeon, was the first UK surgeon to use the new Arthrex postless hip arthroscopy system. Mr Webb said: “ Postless traction techniques offer numerous benefits, enhancing surgical precision and...

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Revision Total Hip Replacement

Total hip replacement is one of the most successful operations performed, with high levels of patient satisfaction and low rates of complications. However, some patients do experience pain around their hip in the early months or years after having surgery. In most...

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