Prof Lee Library Profile

Paul Y.F.
Lee
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Regeneration & Sports Doctor 
Knee & Hip Consultant  
MBBch, MFSEM (UK), MSc (Sports Med), PhD, FEBOT, FRCS (Tr & Orth) 

Professor Lee specialises in Knee & Hip conditions. Being a double board-certified surgeon with 5 international fellowships, he is able to offer a balanced and up to date opinion between regeneration, surgery, and non-surgical intervention. He has treated UK Premiership footballers with good published results and is also at the forefront for cell therapy, he is recognised as a teaching centre of excellence of the International Cartilage Regeneration & Joint Preservation Society.

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MSK PRP injection

Red Blood Cells

Platelet Rich Plasma

Safe loc system

Gel Separator 9500

Growth factors

Cytokines

PRP 

System

P.R.P.

Side effect of PRP? 
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LIPOGEMS

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CARTILAGE FILLERS

Ball and socket design with a special coating to protect you 

TKR Golden Steps
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Tendon saving approach with specific instuments

THR 
S.P.A.I.R.E.
Physiotherapy

Ball and socket design with a special coating to protect you 

ACL
Single Tendon

Expertise

As a surgeon, Professor Lee offers evidence-based methods with advanced technology to reduce tissue damage and help you to kickstart your recovery. As a Professor, he is often invited to give lectures on PRPCell therapy, ACL reconstruction, Knee replacement and Hip replacement internationally. Over the years, Prof Lee has built up a network to exchange knowledge with an international team of surgeons to remain at the cutting edge of innovation.

Experience

2021

The Keep Clinic

Newspapers

How to avoid shin splints - Why you should NEVER run on pavements - The Express

5 common running myths debunked by the experts - STYLIST

Published Papers

Update on the Role of Actovegin in Musculoskeletal Medicine: A Review of the Past 10 Years. Clinical Journal of Sports Medicine. Published: 2020

 

The midterm results of a cohort study of patellofemoral arthroplasty from a non-designer centre using an asymmetric trochlear prosthesis. Knee,Published: 2019

 

Lipogems in Osteoarthritis: Fact or Fiction? Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma,Published: 2019

 

Key to Success in Anterior Cruciate Ligament Surgery: Pre-Tensioning in the Tape Locking Screw Method, Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma. Published: 2019

 

Achilles Tendon Ruptures –Is Operative or Non-Operative Treatment More Effective? Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma,Published: 2019

2017

MSK Doctors
International Cartilage Regeneration Society 
Teaching centre of excellence
Golden Steps - TKR

Published Papers

2017

Harley Street London

Advanced In-Clinic Arthroscopy, the Mi-Eye2. Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma, Published: 2019

 

Effect of Germanium-Embedded Knee Sleeve on Osteoarthritis of the Knee. The Orthopaedic Journal of Sports Medicine, Published: 2019

Published Papers

The Next Generation of ACI. Canadian Journal Biomedical Research & Technology. Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma,

Published: 2019

 

Modern synthetic material is a safe and effective alternative for medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction. Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy. 

Published: 2018

 

 

Knee Braces and Anti-Inflammatory Sleeves in Osteoarthritis, Innovation for the 21st Century? Journal of Arthritis

Published: 2018

Modern Non-Pharmacological and Non-Surgical Treatments for Hip Pain. Journal of Arthritis, 

Published: 2018

 

A Systematic Review on the Use of Aspirin in the Prevention of Deep Vein Thrombosis in Major Elective Lower Limb Orthopedic Surgery: An Update from the Past 3 Years. The Surgery Journal

Published: 2017

 

 

R3 Cup Does Not Have a High Failure Rate in Conventional Bearings: A Minimum of 5-Year Follow-Up. Journal of Arthroplasty. 

Published: 2017

  

2017

Grantham Hospital, Lincolnshire
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

2017

Sports medicine & surgery Fellowship

Delayed Profunda Femoris Artery Bleeding After Intramedullary Nailing of an Unstable Intertrochanteric Fracture: A Case Report. JBJS Case Connect

Published: 2017

 

 Consent for Treatment in the UK - 2017 Update.Journal of Arthritis, 

Published: 2017

Published Papers

Sore knee? You could be spared the pain of surgery by Ant's 'Robocop' leg brace which helps align the joint- The Daily Mail

Newspapers

2016

Exeter Hip unit
S.P.A.I.R.E.

Published Papers

Details of a Tendon–Sparing Posterior Approach in Hemiarthroplasty in the Treatment of Displaced Intracapsular Neck of Femur Fracture. Journal of Arthritis, Vol 6 (2017) Issue 3.  DOI: 10.4172/2167-7921.1000243

Published: 2017

 

 

A Short Femoral Stem in Revision Total Hip Replacement: An Alternative Solution for Prosthetic Fracture: A Case Report. JBJS Case Connect.Volume:7 (2017) issue: 2 Page:e33. PMID: 29244672; doi:10.2106/JBJS.CC.16.00174 

Published: 2017

ACL -Single Tendon

Published Papers

Modern British Cemented Total Hip Replacement. Journal of Arthritis.

Published: 2016

 

Long-term results with the Atlas IIIp elastic cementless acetabular component in total hip replacement. International Orthopaedics 

Published: 2016

 

Polymerizing Bone Cement can Roughen a Polyethylene Bearing Surface on Total Hip Replacement – A Surface Analysis. Journal of Arthritis 

Published: 2016

2015

Robert Jones & Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry  

2000-2015

Wales
WelshBone
Cardiff University MBBCh
FEBOT
FRCS (T&O)
PhD
MSc

Grants

Future Grant for MSK Clinic

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Organisation:  MSK Doctors  

Funding body:  Lincolnshire County Council  

Title:  Future Grant for MSK Clinic   

Cost:  £ 65,000 awarded 

Status:  Starting August 2021 

£65,00 awarded

3D printing custon jigs for MSK surgery

Lead applicant:  Khaled Goher, Paul Lee 

Organisation:  University of Lincoln, Research and Enterprise 

Funding body:  European Regional Development Fund) 

Title:  3D printed custom jigs for MSK surgery  

Cost:  £ 6,000 awarded 

Status:  Starting October 2021 

£6,000 awarded

Spreading Consent Plus to Rural Linconshire

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Organisation:  Grantham and District Hospital LEO institute Grantham 

Funding body:  The Health Foundation  

Title:  Spreading Consent Plus to Rural Lincolnshire  

Cost:  £ 30,000 awarded 

Status:  Starting Mrach 2021 

£30,000 awarded

Fully funded PhD student for Deep Leaning in MSK Motion

Lead applicant:  Xujiong Ye, Paul Lee 

Organisation:  University of Lincoln  

Funding body:  University of Lincoln 

Title:  Fully funded PhD student for Deep Learning in MSK motion 

Cost:  £ 90,000 awarded 

Status:  Starting October 2020 

000,awarded £90

The effect of Carbonized Charcoal and Germanium embedded Knee Sleeve on osteoarthritis of the Knee

Lead applicant:  Khaled Goher, Paul Lee 

Organisation:  University of Lincoln, Research and Enterprise 

Funding body:  European Regional Development Fund) 

Title:  3D printed custom jigs for MSK surgery  

Cost:  £ 6,000 awarded 

Status:  Starting October 2021 

000,awarded £20

Consent Plus Project 

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Amit Chandratreya, Barry Appleton 

Organisation:  Princess of Wales Hospital, Bridgend, Wales 

Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 

Funding body:  Health Foundation: 4th round of Innovating for Improvement 

Title:  Consent Plus Project  

Cost:  £ 74,620 Granted 

Status:  Completed, http://goo.gl/IABU3s 

£ 74,620 Granted 

Cyclops Project 

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Michael Ryan 

Organisation:  Cardiff University  

Funding body:  Advanced Sustainable Manufacturing Technologies 

Title:  Cyclops Project  

Cost:  £ 13,000 (Awarded) (Completed)  

Status:  Completed prototype www.cyclopsled.com 

£ 13,000 (Awarded) (Completed) 

Creep effect in conventional vs crossed-linked polyethylene in a flexible acetabular cup 

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Emmanuel Brousseau  

Organisation:  Cardiff University - School of Engineering 

Funding company:  Fannin Healthcare 

Title:  Creep effect in conventional vs crossed-linked polyethylene in a flexible acetabular cup  

Cost:  £ 7,500 (2015 – 2016)  (Awarded) 

Status:  2 x presentations in EFFORT 2017 

Mechanical testing of the fibre tape construct in MPFL  

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Sam Evans 

Organisation:  Cardiff University - School of Engineering 

Funding company:  Arthex  

Title:  Mechanical testing of the fibre tape construct in MPFL   

Cost:  £ 5,000 (2015-2016)  (Awarded) 

Status:  Published, 3 x presentations  

Biological role of Actovegin in muscle cells 

Mechanical test on Zip-tight vs Tight rope

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Len Nokes 

Organisation:  Cardiff University - School of Engineering 

Funding company:  Cardiff University 

Title:  Biological role of Actovegin in muscle cells  

Cost:  £ 4,000 (2015-2017)  (Awarded) 

Status:  Published 4 papers 

Lead applicant:  Paul Y F Lee 

Co- applicant:  Sam Evans 

Organisation:  Cardiff University - School of Engineering 

Funding company:  Biomet   

Title:  Mechanical test on Zip-tight vs Tight rope 

Cost:  £ 3,000 (2011)  (Awarded) (Completed) 

Status:  Report submitted, presented in BOFAS 

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