Professor Fehily is the lead surgeon at The Manchester Hip Clinic and practises at Spire Manchester, Spire Regency and BMI The Beaumont Hospital. He specialises in surgery of the Hip and and has a particular interest in the young athlete with soft-tissue hip problems as well as complex reconstruction of the hip in the older patient. He performs over 150 hip arthroscopy (keyhole) procedures a year and has designed a comprehensive rehabilitation program to complement that surgery. He performs the full range of hip replacement surgery from young patients with childhood disease, older patients who wish to maintain an active lifestyle and patients who have failing hip replacements that require revisional surgery. He regularly treats high level athletes, ranging from dedicated amateurs to Commonwealth, World Championship and Olympic competitors. He regularly treats professional athletes from sports including football, rugby, taekwondo and athletics.
Professor Fehily studied medicine at Trinity College Dublin and completed his initial surgical training both there and in the UK. He underwent specialist orthopaedic training in the North West of England and has a strong interest in research and training. During his training, he gained a Masters in Orthopaedic Engineering and published in the leading orthopaedic journals. He is an Honorary Professor at Salford University and is involved in teaching at both a regional and national basis.
He has undertaken fellowship training in both knee and hip surgery as well as a number of visits to internationally recognised centres, both in the UK and the US. He regularly attends national and international conferences focusing on advances in hip surgery. He regularly teaches on hip arthroscopy within the North West and is a member of faculty of national and international courses teaching hip arthroscopy to orthopaedic surgeons.
He is a member of The British Hip Society (BHS), The International Society of Hip Arthroscopy (ISHA), The British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), The British Association of Knee Surgery (BASK) and is a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland.
Manchester. M16 8AJ