Who we are
Cardiff Sports Orthopaedics is a partnership of consultant orthopaedic surgeons based in South Wales specialising in the diagnosis and treatment of bone, joint and musculoskeletal disorders including sports injuries, degenerative joint disease and arthritis.
What we do
We offer comprehensive treatment to patients from across Wales and further afield including the latest options including keyhole surgery, ligament reconstruction and high performance partial and total knee replacements. Follow the links below for further information.
Mr Angus Robertson
BSc MB ChB FRCSEd(Tr. & Orth.) PGDip Sports & Exercise Medicine FFSEM(UK)
Sports injuries and degenerate conditions of the knee and shoulder. Arthroscopic surgery of the knee, shoulder and elbow including knee ligament reconstruction, meniscal replacement and shoulder instability surgery.
Mr Stuart Roy
MBChB, MPhil(Cantab), FRCSEd(Tr & Orth )
Knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction, meniscal replacement, partial knee replacement, knee replacement, customised knee replacement and knee revision surgery.
Mr Daniel Lewis
MBBCh, MRCS, FRCSEd(Tr. & Orth.)
Knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction, partial knee replacement, knee replacement.
Mr Andrew Langston
MBChB, MPhil(Cantab), MRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth )
Sports injuries and degenerate conditions of the hip and knee. Hip and knee arthroscopy, ligament reconstruction, meniscal replacement, partial and total hip and knee replacement surgery and hip and knee revision surgery.
The shoulder can be affected by a number of conditions that result in pain, stiffness and weakness including osteoarthritis, rotator cuff tears, bursitis and instability.
- Arthroscopic Decompression
- Arthroscopic Stabilisation
- Arthroscopic Rotator Cuff Repair
- Arthroscopic Acromioclavicular Joint Reconstruction
The elbow can be affected by a number of problems within the joint including arthritis and loose bodies. The muscles and tendons around the joint can also give rise to problems such as ‘tennis elbow’
The hip joint is a “ball and socket” shaped joint. It can be affected by diseases such as osteoarthritis leading to destruction of the lining of the joint, the articular cartilage. Surgery can be considered when pain in the hip is affecting a patient’s quality of life and non-operative measures such as physiotherapy, walking aids and pain killers are no longer helping.
Hip replacement surgery is one of the most successful operations of our time in improving someone’s quality of life.
Knee pain is a common problem and can be caused by both major and minor issues. Follow the links for further information: