Testimonials

“I would like to thank you for the great operation you performed in spring (AVR).” , C. & C. IMAGE
“Selecting George as my surgeon could prove to be the best decision I’ve made for the rest of my life.” , A. H. IMAGE
“George you have made my life so much better and my family can look forward to Christmas”, N. & D. & E. & M. L. IMAGE
“Thank you for my wonderful new heart and for the superb care from yourself and your team…”, J. & R. R. IMAGE
“I know that your care and expertise saved his life, but your care for me and Paul’s family has been quite exceptional.”, A. & P. N. IMAGE
“I am writing to thank you and all your team for the skill and dedication shown…”C.T. IMAGE
“Our thanks and appreciation can’t possibly be encapsulated in a mere thank you. What a wonderful git you have given us.”,B. & A. B. IMAGE
“…all fit and well always remembering your kindness.”, M. M. IMAGE
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Philosophy

Cardiac surgery is changing. Modern innovative approaches have now replaced older, more traditional techniques for the surgical treatment of heart disease. As a result we can offer more successful and longer-lasting repair of cardiac disease, as well as cosmetically pleasing results and a faster recovery. Whilst the new approaches offer better results, the values of old remain; patient safety, satisfaction and improved quality of life.

My team and I are committed to providing peerless service and insist on the highest standards of clinical practice before, during, and after any cardiac procedure. Members of the team are amongst the most qualified, skilled, and experienced in the field of cardiac surgery and have been specifically selected for their professional and caring manner, in addition to their technical expertise. [PROFILE]

Recent Posts

3-D Printing’s: Nerve Regeneration

Additive manufacturing, or 3-D printing, makes it possible to build more customized biomedical implants, and has become a popular way to make dental implants and even windpipes. A new 3-D printed structure meant to “guide” the regrowth and reconnection of the loose ends of an injured nerve suggests that the technique could appeal to neurosurgeons as well. The new technique should be thought of as a starting point that “opens the door” for the development of new regeneration schemes that take advantage of 3-D printing to make implants with complex shapes, says Xiaofeng Jia, a collaborator on the project and a professor of neurosurgery at the University of Maryland School of Medicine.

Scientists at the University of Sheffield have succeeded in using a 3D printed guide to help nerves damaged in traumatic incidents repair themselves.

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