Mr Sammy Hanna

MD (Res), FACS, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon (Hip and Knee)

Special Interests:
  • Primary, complex primary and revision (re-do) total hip replacements
  • Partial (unicompartmental) and total knee replacements (primary, complex primary and revision)
  • Bespoke (custom-made) and robotic assisted hip and knee replacements
  • Minimally invasive total hip and knee replacements
  • Arthroscopic (keyhole) knee surgery for cartilage, meniscal and soft tissue injuries
  • Cartilage regeneration and transplantation procedures
  • Knee ligament reconstruction (anterior cruciate ligament – ACL)
  • Lower limb trauma and fractures

EmailHanna.admin@lips.org.uk

Telephone: 0207 164 6114 (ext 2688)

Fax: 0207 022 1606

Synopsis

Mr Hanna is a fellowship-trained

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with

a specialist interest in hip and knee disorders,

sports injuries, and lower limb fractures.

He is practising at the leading, internationally

renowned teaching Royal London Hospital.

Mr Hanna is a fellowship-trained Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in hip and knee disorders, sports injuries, and lower limb fractures.

He is a fellow of both the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS) and the American College of Surgeons (FACS). His NHS practice is based at the Royal London Hospital, one of the busiest major trauma centres in Europe, and at the Barts Health Elective Orthopaedic Centre (BHOC). His clinical practice encompasses all aspects of hip and knee surgery, including primary and complex primary joint replacements, revision (re-do) surgery for failure or infection, arthroscopic (keyhole) knee surgery for cartilage and ligament injuries, and the surgical management of lower limb trauma and fractures.

In addition to his clinical commitments, Mr Hanna is an honorary senior clinical lecturer at Queen Mary University of London, where he is heavily involved in research, teaching and training. He is a member of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers (FST) at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and is the orthopaedic education lead at the Royal London Hospital.

History

Mr Hanna’s training was on the prestigious Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) Stanmore training programme, during which he had excellent exposure to the full spectrum of hip and knee disorders and their reconstructive treatments including arthroscopic (keyhole) and joint replacement surgery. Following completion of his training, he undertook two advanced sub-speciality fellowships focusing exclusively on hip and knee surgery; the first was for a year at the world-renowned Rorabeck-Bourne Joint Replacement Institute at the University of Western Ontario in Canada, and the second was for a year at Barts Health in London. He was also awarded the EFORT Mark Paterson travelling fellowship in 2017, during which he visited centres of excellence for hip and knee surgery in Portugal (CUF Descobertas Hospital, Lisbon), Spain (Vall d’Hebron Hospital, Barcelona) and Italy (Rizzoli Orthopaedic Institute, Bologna).

Academically, Mr Hanna has more than 10 years’ experience conducting clinical research in the UK and Canada. His research endeavours have centred primarily around hip and knee reconstruction. His main interests include the assessment of outcomes following hip and knee surgery, and evaluating the behaviour of different bearing surfaces and materials used in total hip and knee replacements. He has successfully completed a research doctorate – MD (Res) at University College London studying the biological effects of wear particles generated from total hip replacements. He has presented and published widely on key aspects of hip and knee surgery, and continues to conduct research looking at implant design, performance, wear patterns and outcomes of total hip and knee arthroplasty. This vast research experience allows him to practice evidence-based medicine utilising the most advanced technologies and surgical techniques, and choosing the most appropriate implants/prostheses for his patients.

Mr Hanna believes that the best outcomes for patients can only be achieved when decisions are carefully considered and discussed within the framework of a multidisciplinary team. He works closely with fellow orthopaedic surgeons, anaesthetists, radiologists and physiotherapists to offer each patient a personalised and individual treatment plan.

Presentations

Canadian Orthopaedic Association, Vancouver, June 2015
Highly cross-linked polyethylene decreases the revision rate of total hip arthroplasty compared to conventional polyethylene at 13 years follow-up
SA Hanna, L Somerville, R McCalden, D Naudie, S MacDonald
Canadian Orthopaedic Association, Vancouver, June 2015
Morbid obesity: A significant risk factor for failure of revision total hip replacement
SA Hanna, L Somerville, J Howard, R McCalden, D Naudie, S MacDonald
British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) congress, Birmingham, September 2013
Custom primary hinged total knee arthroplasty in poliomyelitis
J Rahman, B Kayani, SA Hanna, J Miles, R Carrington, J Skinner, T Briggs
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), San Francisco, February 2012
Metal Ions And Chromosome Aberrations In Metal Bearing Hip Arthroplasty, A Randomised Controlled Trial
JR Perera, B Dhinsa, K Gallagher, SA Hanna, S Tai, RW Carrington, J Miles, WJ Aston, TW Briggs
American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS), San Diego, February 2011
Revision knee arthroplasty using morselized bone graft with cementless stemmed prostheses
SA Hanna, WJ Aston, NJ de Roeck, DP Powles
EFORT annual congress, Vienna, June 2009
Comparison analysis of chromosome aberrations and metal ion levels in patients with metal-on-metal and metal-on-polyethylene total hip replacements
BG Spiegelberg, SA Hanna, S Tai, RC Pollock, RW Carrington, SR Cannon, TWR Briggs
EFORT annual congress, Nice, May 2008
A prospective randomised study of autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI-C) and matrix-carried autologous chondrocyte implantation (MACI) in the management of chondral and osteochondral defects of the knee
L Bayliss, M Jameson-Evans, SA Hanna, PD Gikas, RW Carrington, TWR Briggs, G Bentley
EFORT annual congress, Nice, May 2008
Blood metal ions and chromosomal aberrations following total hip arthroplasty: MoP versus MoM articulations – a prospective randomised trial
SA Hanna, S Tai, RW Carrington, RC Pollock, SR Cannon, TWR Briggs
EFORT annual congress, Nice, May 2008
Stanmore Modular Individualised Lower Extremity System (SMILES): rotating hinge knee prosthesis in primary arthroplasty
L Bayliss, PD Gikas, SA Hanna, LA David, JA Skinner, SR Cannon, TWR Briggs
British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) congress, Birmingham, September 2013
Prognostic factors in the operative management of sacral chordomas at a specialist referral centre
B Kayani, SA Hanna, RC Pollock, JA Skinner, SR Cannon, WJ Aston, TWR Briggs
British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) congress, Manchester, September 2007
Sending NHS patients for operations abroad – is the holiday over
SA Hanna, J Saksena, S Legge, HE Ware

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