Mr. Roche is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Chelsea and Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
His surgical practice covers all aspects of diagnosis and treatment of any Foot and Ankle disorder. His sub-specialty interests include:
Mr. Roche developed his surgical interests during his early Orthopaedic training in Liverpool, Durham and Queensland, Australia. He was awarded Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Tr & Orth) in 2010.
His skill and expertise is a product of excellent senior training and fellowships in Foot and Ankle and Sports Surgery with James Calder and Lloyd Williams in London treating many national and international athletes in rugby, football and athletics. He also developed expertise in Trauma Surgery and Limb Reconstruction with Badri Narayan and Durai Nayagam, world-renowned surgeons in Liverpool, UK, Trauma/Reconstruction in The Rocky Mountain Trauma Centre, Denver, USA and finally in Bristol, UK with Professor Roger Atkins/Mark Jackson and the limb reconstruction team who excel in Complex Reconstruction and Foot and Ankle Surgery.
He completed a Masters degree (MSc) in Trauma Surgery, awarded by the University of Swansea in 2012. Mr. Roche has gained special recognition by winning national and regional awards including the national prize for the best research presented at the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society.
Mr Roche has published in national and international peer-reviewed journals on foot and ankle surgery, education, anatomy and trauma. He actively authors research papers, chapters and expert reviews in Foot and Ankle Surgery and Reconstruction Surgery. He is on the review panel for esteemed medical journals and ensures best practice by attending national and international scientific meetings.
Mr. Roche is married to Claire who works in the medical profession as an Anaesthetist.
Outside of medicine Mr. Roche loves playing golf, mountain biking and more recently road cycling. He is also an enthusiastic member of the National Trust.