For healthcare professionals

We are a small society of healthcare professionals involved in the care of patients with patellofemoral conditions; including physiotherapists, surgeons and radiologists.


Our aim is to improve care for patients, by facilitating education and training in this area. We also develop national guidelines and research studies relating to patellofemoral conditions.


If you would like to join the society then membership details can be found here.


Details of ongoing patellofemoral research trials and guideline development to follow.


The British Patellofemoral Society supports an annual bursary of £500 for trainees within 5 years of CCT who wish to pursue a travelling fellowship to further their knowledge and skills in treating patellofemoral conditions.


The award will be advertised annually and awarded at the Annual Meeting in January.


For trainees looking to pursue a career in knee surgery who seek further sub-specialist training in the treatment of patellofemoral conditions, the following UK-based fellowships have an element of this work to their practice. They can all be contacted via their secretaries in their NHS practice.

  • Birmingham (Tanweer Ashraf)
  • Bristol (Jonathan Eldridge/Damian Clark)
  • Coventry (Andy Metcalf/Pete Thompson)
  • Derby (Guido Geutjens)

  • Exeter (Vipul Mandalia)
  • Leeds (Sanjeev Anand)
  • London (Deiary Kader)
  • London (Caroline Hing)

  • Oswestry (Andrew Barnett)
  • Oxford (Nicholas Bottomley)
  • Reading (Nev Davies)
  • Wrightington (Simon Barton)

Please contact us if you have a fellowship to add to this list.