Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons
University of Malaga Faculty of Medicine (1983-1989)
Licensee in Medicine and Surgery (LMS) (1989)
Orthopaedic Training UK (1991-1997)
Royal Lancaster Infirmary, Royal Preston Hospital, Oldchurch Hospital, King George Hospital, The Royal London Hospital, North Middlesex Hospital
Fellowship of the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow (1993)
Certificate of Specialist Training in Orthopaedic Surgery GMC (1996)
Consultant Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgeon (1997 to date)
Clinica Santa Elena, Torremolinos, Malaga, Spain
Mr Javier Seara has a special interest in joint replacement surgery, mostly in hip, knee and shoulder arthroplasty procedures. However, he has undergone extensive training in fracture care, spinal surgery, arthroscopic surgery and other sub-specialties. He performs over 800 interventions per year, 150 of these being joint arthroplasties.
A leading private hospital in Los Alamos, Torremolinos, 2 miles from Malaga International Airport.
Established in 1970, has a long tradition of excellence and personalised care, attending local population, expatriates and tourists alike. Many members of the staff are from different nationalities, thus in most cases there are no language barriers.
The hospital has 45 private rooms and 4 suites with ensuite bathrooms, digital TV, Free WiFi access and all modern facilities. It offers all medical and surgical specialties, and is equipped with the latest technology (Digital Radiology, Multislice CT-Scanner, Open MRI, Cardiac Catheter Lab...).
The hospital has a 24 hour A&E Department, and round-the-clock resident medical officer.
There are 3 Orthopaedic Outpatient Consulting Rooms, with direct access to the Radiology Department. There is a Minor Injury Unit and Plaster Room.
The new Surgical Wing, opened in 2009, has 4 modern Operating Theatres (OT), 2 of them with Laminar Airflow System (the only OTs in any public or private hospital in the Costal del Sol with this infection-control feature). These have been particularly designed for complex orthopaedic procedures, and are used for all joint arthroplasty operations, in order to minimise infection risks.
A state-of-the art Intensive Care Unit with 7 individual boxes is available when required in the perioperative period.
The Physiotherapy Department collaborates closely with the Orthopaedic Team and provides day-to-day rehabilitation services.