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Mr Caspar Aylott

B.Eng(Hons) MBChB MRCS FRCS(Tr Orth) DM

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

Mr Caspar Aylott is an internationally-trained consultant spinal surgeon practising at The London Spine Unit and Cheltenham Spine Clinic

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Mr Caspar Aylott is an internationally-trained consultant spinal surgeon practising at The London Spine Unit and Cheltenham Spine Clinic. His areas of expertise lie in the conservative and surgical management of back problems, including disc herniation, degenerative disc disease, spinal stenosis, neck and back pain, sciatica and osteoporotic spine fractures. He also specialises in rehabilitation, minimal access surgery, injections, fusion, non-fusion motion-preserving techniques, and balloon kyphoplasty for spinal fractures.

Mr Aylott completed his specialist fellowship training in Nottingham, Bristol and Auckland. He is uniquely dual-qualified in the UK with a degree in both mechanical and materials engineering from Nottingham University and as a Doctor from Leicester Medical School. He also has a Doctorate in Spine. He has published over thirty medical publications and lectures regularly in Europe and Asia on subjects including minimally invasive surgery and spinal biomechanics. His qualifications and experience have allowed him to become a European faculty trainer for surgeons in numerous minimally invasive techniques including dynamic stabilisation and balloon kyphoplasty.

As well as practising at The London Spine Unit, Mr Aylott also runs the Cheltenham Spine Clinic. He passionately believes in the importance of making an accurate diagnosis and communicating this openly and clearly to his patients, enabling a personalised and sensible treatment plan to be outlined.

Caspar Aylott

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon

Professional Memberships

• EuroSpine • British Association of Spine Surgeons

Specialist Interests

• Degenerative lumbar and cervical spine conditions • Rehabilitation • Minimal access surgery • Fusion and non-fusion motion preserving techniques • Degenerative disc disease • Neck and back pain • Nerve root compromise • Balloon kyphoplasty • Sciatica • Spinal injections