Nev is a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon with a subspecialty specialist interest in children‘s orthopaedics and sports knee surgery. He qualified for St Marys Hospital in London in 2000. He spent 6 years on the Oxford Specialist Registrar Rotation incorporating a children’s fellowship at Westmead Kids in Sydney, Australia. Since becoming a consultant in 2010 at The Royal Berkshire Hospital, he has developed an expertise Children’s and Adolescent knee conditions and injuries, and has particular interest in ACL repair and prevention of children’s sports injuries. He also is passionate about education and has been the orthopaedic tutor in the department for the last 3 years. He has written a successful FRCS (Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons) exam viva book on trauma and orthopaedics.
Out of work, Nev’s life revolves around his sporty family. He enjoys playing competitive scratch golf and also supporting the Welsh rugby team in Cardiff. A decent rugby player in his day, Nev also has a personal experience of knee injury, rupturing his ACL playing for St.Mary’s Hospital and ending a promising rugby career. He played youth rugby for Stourbridge & later Plymouth Albion , Academy Rugby for London Welsh and Harlequins, as well as a stint with Worcester 1st team squad in the late 1990s. Nev has a busy family life with 3 young boys under 7 and a very sporty wife who is a GB triathlete and also a consultant at the Royal Berkshire Hospital.