A BBC series ‘At the Edge of Life’ returns to reveal the extraordinary and pioneering work of some of the country’s top surgeons. In this episode Mr Carrothers, is seen pushing at the boundaries of medical science with a complex operation that he has devised, called the Harrington Plus.
Mr Carrothers hip replacement patient describes how having his surgery with the Mako system allowed him to get back to doing what he loves, playing golf.
Lecture by Mr Andrew Carrothers for GP’s and physiotherapists regarding lower limb conditions affected by Covid-19 lockdown.
Sport Soft Tissue Injuries and Joint Degenerative Deterioration in the context of Covid-19. What every GP and physiotherapist should be aware of.
Andrew Carrothers demonstrates the necessary Personal Protection Equipment for an orthopaedic surgeon and their surgical team, prior to surgery, with Covid-19 precautions.
Mary, age 43, had a hip replacement with her surgeon Mr Andrew Carrothers at Nuffield Health using Mako robotic arm assisted technology.
Andrew Carrothers discusses with the BBC why minimally-invasive hip surgery has benefits over traditional methods. Hear from these two patients about their quick recovery and how the hip replacement transformed their lives.
Mako is ground-breaking robotic technology that has been developed to assist orthopaedic surgeons to carry out personalised joint replacement surgery with greater precision than ever before. Find out more in this short video.
With his valuable military experience, Andrew Carrothers was one of the Addenbrooke’s surgeons to operate on an engineer at the top of a 100ft crane at Tilbury docks, when his leg was caught in a crane’s winding gear. This BBC video reports more.