Specialist in Lower Limb and Joint Replacement Surgery
About Mr Hayward
Keith Hayward is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Queens Hospital, Burton-upon-Trent . He has been based at the hospital for 10 years.
He specialises in lower limb arthroplasty, which includes total hip and knee arthroplasty, as well as partial knee replacement surgery.
He also offers joint preserving surgery on the knee, such as soft tissue surgery, patella realignment and stabilisation surgery. For the forefoot he performs surgery for problems such as bunions, hallux valgus and hallux rigidus, and lesser toe deformities.
Mr Hayward studied Medicine at Witswatersrand University in Johannesburg, South Africa graduating in 1995. He completed his orthopaedic training in the West Midlands, including a fellowship under Mr Tim Wilton and Mr Guido Geutjens at Royal Derby Hospital. He is a trainer in Advanced Trauma Life Support.
Total Knee Replacement
Mr Hayward offers private appointments at the Burton Clinic, Queens Hospital and the Nuffield Health Derby Hospital. A consultation can be arranged via your GP. Self funding patients can contact the Nuffiled Derby or Burton Clinic directly. If you have any questions you can contact Mr Hayward's secretary, Karen Allsobrook on 01283 511511 Ext : 5145.
To enable Mr Hayward to understand your
needs and examine your needs please bring
appropriate clothing to allow examination
any x-rays or scans – if you have any x-rays or scans of the area, these will be helpful
your GP referral letter – you do not need to bring this if you have already sent us a copy
letters – please bring any correspondence relating to your problem
During your first consultation Mr Hayward will examine you and look at any letters or scans you have brought with you. He will discuss your condition with you and advise you on the best course of treatment. He may require scans or X-rays to help him diagnose any issues, these will be done on the day or arranged for a later date.
If you require surgery, a date suitable to you will be arranged to have surgery either at Queens Hospital or the Nuffield, Derby.