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Matt Newton Ede has been practicing in the UK for 19 years. He is a full-time Consultant Spinal Surgeon at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital and Birmingham Children’s Hospital, dividing his clinical practice between adults and children with complex spinal disorders.
He is experienced in providing high quality impartial medical reports covering the full range of adult and paediatric spinal conditions, taking instructions from both claimants and defendants since 2015.
With over 15 years of reservist military experience, including operational deployment in Afghanistan, he maintains an interest military injuries. He has been compiling military medical reports since 2007.
Mr Newton Ede lectures to the legal profession on spinal surgery and negligence, including the 2018 APIL Clinical Negligence conference. He attended the Bond Solon “Excellence in Report Writing” in 2015 and the Bond Solon Annual Conference in 2017. He is fully conversant with Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Direction and Pre-Action Protocols.
Mr Newton Ede plays a key role in training surgeons, having written the national spinal surgical curriculum for the Royal College of Surgeons and working as the post-graduate clinical tutor at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital. He also has a keen interest in research, holding a Research Associate position at the University of Birmingham, winning grants and receiving numerous national and international prizes including the prestigious Whitecloud Award.
Areas of Expertise:
Neck Injuries and Whiplash
Spinal Injuries and spinal pain
Degenerative Spinal Conditions
He attended the Bond Solon “Excellence in Report Writing” in 2015 and the Bond Solon Annual Conference in 2017. He is fully conversant with Part 35 of the Civil Procedure Rules, Practice Direction and Pre-Action Protocols.
The British Scoliosis Society, The British Association of Spinal Surgeons, The Scoliosis Research Society, The Growing Spine Study Group, The British Orthopaedic Association (Fellow), The Royal College of Surgeons of England (Fellow), World Orthopaedic Concern, The British Medical Association, Birmingham Medico-Legal Society.