Speciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments
Sub Speciality: Knee and sports knee surgery
Clinic times: Wednesday am & Friday pm
Consulting address: Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone: 0151 522 1860
Year of first medical qualification: 1991
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association, British Association Surgery of the Knee
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Positions Held: Clinical Sub-Dean, University of Liverpool Medical School, Lower Limb Surgeon to Liverpool Football Club
Mr Andrew Taylor is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals, where he specialises in knee surgery and in particular arthroscopic sports injuries.
He studied for his medical degree at St Mary’s Hospital medical school London where he gained his primary medical qualification and his orthopaedic training centered on the North West Thames Surgical rotation. He completed his training by undertaking a fellowship in arthroscopic/sports medicine surgery in Perth Western Australia between 2001 and 2002. He became a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in May 2002.
Mr Taylor has acquired a national reputation as an arthroscopic knee surgeon. He is regularly invited to lecture on knee and sports injury courses.
In his spare time Mr Taylor is a keen sports enthusiast with a particular interest in rugby, golf and skiing. He represented England in the Under 18s rugby team as a flanker in 1985 and the Lancashire under 18s county tennis championship (doubles) in that same year. He managed to maintain his interest in rugby as a club doctor at Richmond Rugby Club in the late 90s.
Selected Publications in order of publication:
A-Z of Orthopaedic Radiology – Sarah Burnett, Andrew Taylor, Martin Watson WB Saunders 2000
Current research – Prospective Randomised Double Blind Trial on Protein Supplementation in ACL Reconstruction.