Mr Adam Cohen

Mr Adam Cohen

Mr Adam Cohen

Consultant Orthopaedic

James Paget University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust
Spire Norwich Hospital
Harely Street Surgical London

Contact

EPCR Practice Manager Janet Hender 01493 601770
E mail: eastpointconsultingrooms@btconnect.com

Professional Profile
Adam Cohen is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon and clinical lead at The James Paget University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Mr Cohen treats patients privately at both ‘The Coastal Clinic’ and The Spire Hospital, Norwich. His specialist interests involve treatment of the hip, knee and foot/ankle.

After qualifying from University College and Middlesex School of Medicine, he completed his postgraduate training on the South East Thames Orthopaedic Training Rotation. Mr Cohen has attained an MSc degree in orthopaedic engineering.  He then undertook specialist fellowship training in Hip and Knee reconstruction and Sports medicine at University College Hospital under the guidance of one of Britain’s leading hip and knee surgeons.

Mr Cohen’s research interests centre on hip and knee reconstruction including complex and revision joint replacements. Mr Cohen also treats young adult patients who have problems with their hips and is specifically interested in joint preservation surgery. He is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, the British Hip Society and the European Hip Society. He is married to Nicola and has four children.



Hip pain in young adults – this symptom may occur for a variety of reasons and may be extremely disabling. The potential cause should be investigated thoroughly to determine the most appropriate course of action. Mr Cohen performs hip arthroscopy in appropriate individuals as a way of treating such symptoms. Mr Cohen is the only surgeon in Norfolk and Suffolk who performs hip arthroscopy. In July 2011, an article was published about Mr Cohen’s hip arthroscopy surgery for the Daily Mail health section.

Some young patients with hip related symptoms require other types of operation which are also offered by Mr Cohen. The purpose of these operations is to try to prevent osteoarthritis of the hip from occurring. Mr Cohen has been keen to encourage the professional development of GPs in Norfolk and Suffolk on this aspect of orthopaedic surgery through seminars and lectures given at The Spire and The James Paget Hospital.

Much of Mr Cohen’s practice includes patients with osteoarthritis of the hip requiring hip replacement. This is an area in which he has considerable experience with low complication rates using appropriate implants to suit patient needs.
Mr Cohen also has a specialist interest in sports injuries of the knee and in performing surgery to correct such injuries.

Mr Cohen is happy to discuss individual cases and can be contacted through East Point Consulting Rooms on 01493 601770