Mr Campbell MacEachern

Qualifications

MBChB, BSc, FRCS (Tr&Orth)

GMC number: 6025098

Practicing since: 2001

Specialties

Orthopaedic surgery

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About

Mr MacEachern is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with an interest in disorders of the hip and knee. He is also an honorary senior lecturer at Leeds University. Mr MacEachern studied medicine in Aberdeen, following which he commenced his basic surgical training, initially in Aberdeen, subsequently spending a year studying orthopaedics in Wellington, New Zealand. He became a member of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2005.

Mr MacEachern's higher surgical training was based in Aberdeen. During this time, he was the clinical lecturer for orthopaedics in the North of Scotland. He completed my higher surgical training in 2012 and then commenced senior fellowship posts.

Mr MacEachern's first fellowship was spent focusing on joint replacement, complex joint replacement, and revision joint replacements. During this time, he also commenced novel research on ways to image cartilage. His second fellowship brought him to Leeds, furthering my experience in joint replacement, unicompartmental knee replacement, and revision joint replacement.

Mr MacEachern also specialise in complex hip and knee problems as a result of haemophilia and other bleeding disorders. He is the Orthopaedic lead for the Haemophilia Service in Leeds ans is the joint lead for orthopaedic medical education for final year medical students at Leeds University. In 2018, his team were awarded a Clinical Teaching Excellence Award by the University of Leeds. Mr MacEachern is on the editorial board for the Orthopaedics and Trauma journal.

Treatments and tests offered by Mr Campbell MacEachern at Nuffield Health

  • Knee replacement revision
  • Knee replacement
  • Knee arthroscopy
  • Chondroplasty
  • Hip revision
  • Meniscectomy for meniscus tear
  • Hip replacement

Locations Mr Campbell MacEachern works with

Related experience

Research

Stress Fractures in The Young Adult Hip; Due for publication, April 2020; Orthopaedics and Trauma Journal

Fast-field cycling magnetic resonance imaging – developing a new biomarker for early osteoarthritis of the knee. April 2018; Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 26:S467

Complications of the surgical management of hip fractures. May 2016; Orthopaedics and Trauma Journal

Fracture of an Exeter Stem: A Case Report

2014; JBJS Case Connector

Fast field-cycling NMR of cartilage: a way toward molecular imaging. April 2014; Osteoarthritis and Cartilage 22:S66-S67

Utility of follow-up radiographs in conservatively managed acute fifth metatarsal fractures. March 2014; The Foot 24(1)

A comparison of joint injuries and fractures sustained through high school American football in Illinois, USA. What factors affect the types of injuries sustained? December 2011; International Journal of Surgery

The clinical effectiveness of glucosamine and chondroitin supplements in slowing or arresting progression of osteoarthritis of the knee: A systematic review and economic evaluation. November 2009; Health Technology Assessment Volume: 13, Issue: 52

Investigation of radiolunate relations in normal and fractured wrists. January 2009; Hand Surgery 14(2-3):105-12

Community acquired MRSA sub-acute osteomyelitis of the tibia in a child. May 2008, Scottish Medical Journal