Orthopaedic Oncology & Joint Replacement Surgeon
Bone & Soft Tissue Cancers
Primary & Revision Joint Replacement
(Infected or Non-Infected)
Dr Thomas Hilton is an Orthopaedic surgeon. He performed his undergraduate and postgraduate training at the University of Cape Town. He then performed 2, one year long training fellowships, one locally in Cape Town and the other in London, UK at the world renowned Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.
His main focus of expertise is performing joint replacement/arthroplasty surgeries and resecting bone and soft tissue cancers. A large part of his work is also treating patients whose cancers, for example breast and prostate cancer, have spread to the bone. A condition called metastatic bone disease. These patients can live long after their diagnosis and it is important to give them the best quality of life as possible with excellent function and minimal pain.