Richard Majkowski MBBChir(Camb), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Orth)

I began my medical training as an undergraduate at Trinity Hall College, Cambridge and graduated from The London Hospital Medical school in 1981. My postgraduate training was based at The Bristol Royal Infirmary and Queens Medical Centre Nottingham, renowned centres of excellence for orthopaedics. I was awarded the John Charnley Fellowship in 1990 and carried out research into hip replacement techniques. I have worked as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Gloucester Royal Hospital since 1994 specialising in lower limb reconstructive surgery. I have always looked to innovation in my practice and was the first surgeon in Gloucestershire to introduce Hip Resurfacing. Recently I have developed a minimally invasive hip arthroscopy service. In my knee practice I use joint conservation techniques where possible. I also have a keen interest in paediatric surgery, particularly the treatment of hip dysplasia.


I am a member of the following professional bodies: -

  1. Royal College of Surgeons of England

  2. British Orthopaedic Society

  3. British Hip Society

  4. British Society for Children’s Orthopaedic Society

  5. South West Hip Arthroscopy Focus Group