Dr Demos Neophytou is a highly-qualified and very experienced Cyprus-based Orthopaedic Surgeon, treating the vast majority of of conditions across the Orthopaedic spectrum with special interest in Sports Injuries and Lower Limb reconstruction. He qualified from Aristotelian University of Thessaloniki.
During his residency, he participated in many Orthopaedic meetings and workshops. Dr. Neophytou also gained the very prestigious scholarship of the National Orthopaedic Society of Greece and continued his training in the United Kingdom. He worked in the NHS in Watford Hospital and continued his training in the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust, a peer centre of excellence with Professor Timothy Briggs specializing in lower limb reconstruction.
He then worked in SWLEOC where he gained further experience in lower limb reconstruction. Following that he joined Epsom Shoulder Unit where he was trained in shoulder and soft tissue surgery with Mr Vipul Patel and Nick Little.He then worked in Homerton University Hospital, London 2012 Official Hospital where he undertook the Muscoloskeletal Sports Injuries Fellowship and continued working with Team GB during the Games of the XXX Olympiad. He gained further experience in clinical and radiological diagnosis of sports and soft tissue injuries and treatment with key hole surgery of shoulder, hip and knee conditions as well as minimally invasive methods.