Mr Denis Collins SSC

Denis Collins

Lower limb reconstruction, including Arthroplasty, soft tissue and arthroscopic surgery. Trauma

• HST in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Ireland 1999-2005
• Clinical fellow in Arthroplasty, Soft tissue and Arthroscopic Surgery, Melbourne 2005-2006
• HST in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, Ireland 1999-2005
• Fellowship with Melbourne Orthopaedic Group, Australia 2005-2006

• Sports Surgery Clinic
• Beaumont Hospital
• Cappagh Orthopaedic Hospital
• Blackrock Clinic

Mr Michael Donnelly Sports Surgery Clinic

Michael Donnelly

  • Knee arthroscopy and ligament reconstruction
  • Knee cartilage regeneration and preservation procedures
  • Knee replacement – primary and revision
  • Hip replacement – primary and revision
  • Lower limb reconstruction and trauma.
  • Beaumont hospital
  • Cappagh National Orthropaedic hospital
  • Sports surgery clinc
  • Member of the Irish Institute of Orthopaedics
  • MB, Bch, BAO (NUI) (Hons), MCH, FRCS(Tr & Orth)
  • National Orthopaedic training  programme 2005 – 2010.
  • Fellowship – Ghent University Hospital, Belgium 2010.
Knee joint preservation, reconstruction and arthroplasty.
  • St.Michael’s University Hospital, Toronto, Canada 2011.
Hip and knee arthroplasty and trauma.
  • Cappagh prize winner 2004.
  • British Orthopaedic research society prize 2004.
  • Irish Orthopaedic association prize 2007.
  • Boyd-Dunlop bursary prize winner 2008.
Mr Niall Hogan Sports Surgery Clinic

Niall Hogan

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  • Knee Surgery
  • Soft tissue (ligament & cartilage) reconstruction
  • Joint replacement surgery
  • Sports Injuries/Arthroscopy
  • Patello-femoral disorders
  • Trauma
  • St. James’s Hospital
  • Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital
  • Sports Surgery Clinic
  • Mount Carmel Hospital

• Major Stanley’s Memorial Scholarship – Oxford University (1996)
• Michael Floyd Medal in Orthopaedics (2003)
• Ireland Rugby International (1994-1998) & Captain (1996)

Mr Tom McCarthy Sports Surgery Clinic

Tom McCarthy

Hip and Knee Reconstruction Surgery/Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy/Sports Surgery,Trauma

• Graduate of N.U.I. Cork
• Irish Higher Surgical Training Scheme in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery R.C.S.I
• Clinical Fellow University of Toronto
• Hip and Knee Reconstruction/Arthroplasty
Mount Sinai Hospital
• Clinical Fellow University of Toronto
• Arthroscopic/Sports Surgery
St. Michael’s Hospital and Women’s College Hospital

• Sports Surgery Clinic Santry
• St. James Hospital Dublin

Mr Gavin McHugh Sports Surgery Clinic

Gavin McHugh

Gavin is originally from Tyrone where he completed grammar school at the Christian Brothers in Omagh and obviously maintains a high level of support for his native county’s GAA achievements. He then completed his undergraduate training in Trinity College Dublin and subsequently his internship in the AMNCH Tallaght.
He went on to Basic Surgical Training in general surgery, orthopaedic surgery, vascular surgery & plastic surgery in 2003-2005 and at this point realised his interest lay in the field of orthopaedics. He completed his Doctor of Medicine thesis in  2006 – 2008 and worked as Clinical Tutor in both the Royal College of Surgeons & the Health & Human Performance Department in Dublin City University at this time.
He entered Higher Surgical training in Trauma & Orthopaedic surgery in 2009 – 2015 and this included a year’s Fellowship training in Christchurch, New Zealand.
He is married with two children. Apart from spending time with his family, his hobbies include weight training, hiking, cycling & skiing and he has travelled extensively throughout Europe, North & South America, Africa, Asia & Australasia.
Gavin is committed to providing the highest level of care for his patients in a friendly and down to earth manner. Whilst his areas of interest include soft tissue knee reconstruction and Hip and Knee Arthroplasty, he is particularly interested in knee navigation for both unicondylar (partial) and Total Knee Replacements.
  • Primary, complex primary & revision Total Knee Arthroplasty
  • Unicondylar knee replacement
  • Patellofemoral joint disorders & replacement
  • Knee arthroscopy & ligament reconstruction
  • Primary, complex primary & revision Hip Arthroplasty
  • Trauma
  • MB BCh BAO BA: Trinity College Dublin 2002
  • Diploma in Sports & Exercise Medicine: 2007
  • Doctor of Medicine (MD): University College Dublin 2011. The role of Prehabilitation on the outcome of Total Knee Arthroplasty.
  • FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery): September 2013
  • Fellowship Training: Christchurch, New Zealand 2014-2015 – Soft tissue knee reconstruction & lower limb arthroplasty
Mr Jaques Noel SSC

Jacques Noel

M. Med Sc.  1991-1992, University College Dublin,
F.R.C.S. (Ire.) Conferred 11th July 1994.
F.R.C.S. (Eng.) Conferred 8th December 1994.
M.Sc. (Bioengineering) 1997-1998 Strathclyde University, Bioengineering Unit. Scotland.
F.R.C.S. (Tr. & Orth.) June 2003 (Intercollegiate specialty Boards in Trauma &  Orthopaedics)
F.E.B.O.T. October 2003 (European Boards in Trauma & Orthopaedics, placed first)
A.C.G.M.E.  Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics, Atlanta Scottish Rite Children’s Hospital, Atlanta, Georgia,
A.C.G.M.E.  Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery of the Paediatric and Adult Spine, William Beaumont Hospital, Royal Oak, Michigan, U.S.A.
  • Our Lady’s Children’s Hospital, Crumlin.
  • Adelaide & Meath, National Children’s Hospital, Tallaght, Dublin 24
  • Coombe Women & Infant’s Hospital, Cork Street, Dublin 8
  • Sports Surgery Clinic, Santry, Dublin 9
  • Blackrock Clinic, Rock, Road, Blackrock, Co. Dublin
A.C.G.M.E. Accredited Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery
A.C.G.M.E. Accredited Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery of the Paediatric and Adult Spine

Professor Joseph M Queally

“My philosophy of care is to understand the individual needs of my patients and deliver a bespoke treatment plan that is based on the most up to date evidence. Ultimately the primary aim is to achieve a return to the best possible level of function so patients can return to daily life as soon as possible.”

Professor Queally is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Sports Surgery Clinic and Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin. He specialises in treating patients with musculoskeletal injuries (both trauma and sports injuries) and chronic conditions affecting the lower limb including the hip, knee and ankle joints. He has specific expertise in hip and knee joint replacement (primary, complex and revision), arthroscopic (keyhole) knee surgery, upper and lower limb fracture fixation and joint injection.

Professor Queally graduated from University College Dublin in 2002 and completed the Irish surgical training programme in Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery with the award of FRCS (Tr &Orth) in 2014. He then completed a fellowship in complex trauma (pelvic and lower limb) and joint replacement at Addenbrooke’s Hospital in Cambridge in 2015. Addenbrooke’s is a major academic health science centre in the UK and is the major trauma centre for the East of England with a 21-bed trauma ICU and a trauma catchment population of 6 million. He was subsequently appointed a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Addenbrooke’s in 2016 and was the departmental Head of Trauma at the time of his return to Ireland in 2019 to a Consultant post at St James’s Hospital.

Primary, complex primary and revision hip and knee joint replacement, knee arthroscopy, trauma.

  • MB BCh BAO University College Dublin 2002
  • MD (molecular biology of hip replacement failure): University College Dublin 2012
  • Higher Surgical Training Trauma and Orthopaedics RCSI: 2010-2015
    FRCS Tr & Orth: 2014
  • M Ed (Surgical Education): Imperial College London 2017
  • Fellowship: Trauma & Arthroplasty, Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge 2015 -2016
  • Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon: Addenbrooke’s Hospital, Cambridge 2016-2019
  • Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon: St James’s Hospital, Tallaght University Hospital 2019 – current

Prof Queally has extensive research interests that mirror his clinical interests and has published widely in the fields of trauma, osteoarthritis and joint replacement with over 40 publications in leading journals including the BMJ, New England Journal of Medicine and Cochrane. He is an Associate Professor at Trinity College Dublin and continues to direct research focused on osteoarthritis and joint replacement. He has over 800 citations of his research, has won awards for his research in joint replacement and is currently an NIHR grant holder for a large multi-centre trial (ACEFiT trial) investigating the role of total hip replacement in acetabular fractures He was the departmental Head of Trauma Research prior to leaving Addenbrooke’s and oversaw the running of 15 clinical trials. He also has extensive experience in surgical education and has completed a Masters in Surgical Education at Imperial College London. For detailed information on his academic activity please search “Joseph Queally” on google scholar.

10 key publications

1. Knee Fix or Replace Trial (KFORT): a randomized controlled feasibility study. Hull PD, Chou DTS, Lewis S, Carrothers AD, Queally JM, Allison A, Barton G, Costa ML. Bone Joint J. 2019 Nov;101-B(11):1408-1415.
2. Total Hip Arthroplasty or Hemiarthroplasty for Hip Fracture. HEALTH Investigators. N Engl J Med. 2019 Dec 5;381(23):2199-2208.
3. Mastery in music and surgery – exploiting parallels in performance. BMJ opinionblogs.bmj.com/bmj/2018/12/20/
4. Cost-utility analysis in orthopaedic trauma; what pays? A systematic review. Coyle S, Kinsella S, Lenehan B, Queally JM. Injury. 2018 Mar;49(3):575-584.
5. Intramedullary nails for extracapsular hip fractures in adults. Queally JM, Harris E, Handoll HH, Parker MJ. Cochrane Database Syst Rev. 2014 Sep 12;(9)
6. The role of osteoblasts in peri-prosthetic osteolysis. O’Neill SC, Queally JM, Devitt BM, Doran PP, O’Byrne JM. Bone Joint J. 2013 Aug;95-B(8):1022-6
7. Dislocation of primary total hip arthroplasty and the risk of redislocation. Brennan SA, Khan F, Kiernan C, Queally JM, McQuillan J, Gormley IC, O’Byrne JM. Hip Int. 2012 Sep-Oct;22(5):500-4
8. Total hip replacement in patients with neurological conditions. Queally JM, Abdulkarim A, Mulhall KJ. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2009 Oct;91(10):1267-73.
9. Cobalt ions induce chemokine secretion in primary human osteoblasts. Queally JM, Devitt BM, Butler JS, Malizia AP, Murray D, Doran PP, O’Byrne JM. J Orthop Res. 2009 Jul;27(7)
10. Assessment of a new undergraduate module in musculoskeletal medicine. Queally JM, Cummins F, Brennan SA, Shelly MJ, O’Byrne JM. J Bone Joint Surg Am. 2011 Feb 2;93(3):e9.