Mr Geoff Stranks is a Consultant Surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics with a special interest in Primary and Revision Hip Replacement. Having started his surgical career as a general orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Stranks retains a broad practice which includes knee and hand surgery. He still does regular Trauma on-call for the North Hampshire Hospital and assesses and treats all types of orthopaedic problems and trauma.
He is actively involved in Hip Replacement Research and has published and presented widely on this and Enhanced Patient Recovery. He also teaches and is closely involved with the development and training of Junior Doctors at Registrar and Foundation level.
Mr Stranks trained at St George’s Hospital Medical School London with post-graduate training in Alton Lord Mayor Treloar Orthopaedic Hospital, Portsmouth and Southampton. He was appointed Consultant Surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics at the Hampshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust Basingstoke in 1995.
He is married to former nurse Juliet with 2 sons and lives in the Hampshire countryside. When not working, Mr Stranks spends much of his time gardening, running, skiing and rebuilding a classic 1960s Triumph Herald … and he still plays the cello occasionally!