Miss Tross graduated from University College London in 1992. Her surgical training was obtained at a number of London Teaching hospitals including St George’s Hospital, The Royal London and Guy's & St Thomas's. She was also awarded Fellowship training in Primary and Revision Hip and Knee Replacement alongside Knee Arthroscopy at world renowned centres in Toronto, Canada and Sydney, Australia.
Miss Tross is one of only a few female Orthopaedic Surgeons practising in England, she specialises in hip and knee replacement as well as hip and knee arthroscopy. She is actively involved in teaching and is currently an Imperial College London examiner for medical school finals. She is also involved in running Basic Surgical Skills Courses in Africa in conjunction with the Association of Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland. Miss Tross is a Member of the British Hip Society and is an Associate Editor for the Journal of Case Reports.
Miss Tross operates at The Wellington Hospital, London and Ealing Hospital NHS Trust.
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My Hip Replacement Options - Miss Samantha Tross
Miss Samantha Tross, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon discusses her approach to hip replacement surgery
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The latest trends in hip surgery
Hip replacement surgery remains an exciting and constantly advancing branch of Orthopaedic Surgery. With people living longer, partaking in more extreme activities and expecting to lead an active life well into their later years, it is important to provide them with high performing implants which can be adapted to suit their specific needs. It is equally important to monitor the implants once inserted. This is currently relevant in light of the recent scandal with PIP breast implants. The National Joint Registry of England and Wales (NJR) was set up in 2003 to do just that.Read full article
Hip arthritis consultant explains latest treatments - Do I need hip surgery?
Historically most surgery of the hip joint in the adult has been for the treatment of hip arthritis. However, the cause and development (pathophysiology) of hip arthritis is now far better understood and treatment emphasis is now shifting away from total hip replacement towards the prevention and/or delay of hip arthritis. Until we find the ultimate cure we will need to continue to replace diseased and worn out hips.Read full article
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