Mr. Alonso Moreno
MBChB, UCM (Tr&Orth), PhD
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Contact details

Suite: 33 Hermitage Medical Clinic

Secretary: Sinead   Tel: 01 6459258   Fax: 01 6459428

  • Lower limb conditions mainly Knee Surgery: joint replacement, revision arthroplasty, arthroscopy
  • Orthobiologics: cell therapy, growth factors and biomaterials
  • Sports and Trauma: fractures, ligaments reconstruction, soft tissue injuries

Mr. Alonso Moreno is an Orthopaedic and Sports Consultant Surgeon specialising in the treatment of lower limb conditions mainly Knee Surgery and Orthobiologics at University Hospital La Paz, Madrid (Spain) and Hermitage Medical Clinic, Dublin

He graduated from the University Complutense Madrid in 1991 with a First Class MBChB and awarded with the Erasmus Scholarship at University of Louvain, Hospital Saint Luc, Brussels (Belgium). His basic training in bone and joint conditions started in Madrid on the University Hospital Gregorio Marañón and University Hospital Getafe and was subsequently enhanced by training in Los Angeles County &USC Medical Center and The Avon Orthopaedic Centre, University of Bristol.

Mr. Alonso Moreno’s clinical and research endeavours have centred around knee reconstruction, sports injuries and biological therapies for bone and joint diseases. His interests include knee prosthetic design, outcomes assessment and revision surgery. Regarding sports knee injuries, anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction with bone Tendon, bone auto and allograft is for Mr. Alonso Moreno a field of research and expertise. His work also encompasses novel strategies to manage patients with cartilage lesions and degenerative joint disorders with plasma rich in growth factors, chondrocyte transplantation and stem cell therapy. Stem cell therapy and its application to bone regeneration is the original academic research of his doctorate degree.

He has presented and published over a hundred scientific studies. He is a member of the Spanish Society of Orthopaedic Surgery (SECOT), being General Secretary from 2004 to 2008, member of the European Orthopaedic Research Society (EORS), member of European Federation of Orthopaedic Societies (EFFORT) and International Member of the American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS).