Mez Acharya studied at The University of Leeds Medical School and attained a first class honours degree in Anatomy in 1995.
His higher surgical training was completed on the South Trent rotation. He spent one year in Bristol, subspecialising in pelvic and acetabular trauma/complex trauma and spent a further year in Perth, Western Australia, specialising in complex hip and knee arthroplasty and revision arthroplasty.
He took up a consultant post at Frenchay and the Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Southmead in Bristol as an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in orthopaedic trauma and lower limb joint replacement, in particular pelvic reconstruction, complex trauma, hip and knee replacement and revision hip surgery. He is keen to individualise treatment for each patient and offer both operative and non-operative treatment modalities and is currently the Audit lead for the Orthopaedic and Trauma Department at North Bristol.
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