Christos Plakogiannis is an Orthopaedic surgeon who has worked in Kettering, Northamptonshire since 2017. His NHS practice is based at Kettering General Hospital and his private practice at Woodland Hospital Kettering
Christos specialises in Hip and Knee surgery and has performed tens of hundreds of Hip and Knee replacements with successful outcomes according to the reports of the National Joint Registry.
He is a fellow of the AO and the ESSKA and provides treatment for Knee injuries in young and active patients.
During his training he had a passion for Hand surgery and he is currently treating patients with Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Trigger digits and De Quervain’s tenosynovitis.
His vision for Orthopaedics is the development of a Hospital service that exceeds patients’ expectations, the introduction of practices in the Community that reduce the incidence of injury and the impact of joint degeneration in people’s lives and the integration of Technology into the Patient’s journey from disease to Recovery.