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Mr Lawrence in 1999, in the early days of his career as a Hip & Knee surgeon.


Mr Trevor Lawrence is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in Birmingham and the West Midlands. He specialises in hip and knee procedures, including hip, knee and revision hip replacements. Mr Lawrence practices privately at Spire Parkway Hospital and Spire Little Aston Hospital alongside his lead consultant work for University Hospitals Birmingham (UHB). 

Mr Lawrence also specialises in hip and knee pain and arthritis, treating all ages at his clinics, leading a team of consultants at Spire Park Hospital. He is responsible for training fellow orthopaedic surgeons and prides himself in low redo rates; it is a quarter of the national average for hip replacements and a third for knees. As part of his work, Mr Lawrence performs complex hip surgery for young patients with dysplasia (malformed hip joints) using the latest replacement technology.

Mr Lawrence's qualifications and training reflect his esteemed surgical reputation. He graduated from the University of Edinburgh Medical School and trained at the renowned Wrightington Hospital in Wigan and Princess Elizabeth Hospital in Exeter.

Furthermore, he taught anatomy at Kings College Medical School and practised Emergency Medicine at Kings College Hospital, Camberwell.

Mr Lawrence
 also has fellowships from the Royal College of Surgeons and the University of Virginia in the USA. 

Mr Lawrence won the Naughton Dunn Award in 2011 and has also been awarded for his quality of care given to patients via his NHS work and is a convener for the Exeter hip course. He has also presented nationally and internationally numerous times as a guest speaker on orthopaedic surgery. 

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When Mr Lawrence is not working, he can be found at Copt Heath Golf club, trying to perfect his swing - often more challenging than hip and knee replacement surgery.


dr steven parr

Dr Steven Parr

An outstanding anaesthetist and very popular with the patients. He is very personable and inspires confidence in everyone he works with. Dr Parr's preferred technique includes a light general anaesthetic and a spinal anaesthetic inserted once the patient is asleep.

The spinal injection gives pain relief for 6 hours after the surgery. This combination has over the years proved to be very safe. It is administered without discomfort to the patient. 

Dr. Parr is extremely experienced and provides excellent aftercare with suitable pain relief and emergency medical cover when required.  In the frail patients or those requiring long anaesthetics, we can provide High Dependency Post Operative care as well.

When Dr. Parr is not in the operating room, he can be found walking his dog, who has also had some orthopaedic surgery, in and around Hampton in Arden and Barston.



Jenny has been Mr Lawrence’s secretary for over 10 years. Patients adore Jenny, who will go to any lengths to sort out your queries and anxieties. When she is not answering her phone or typing, or booking operations, she can be found in Earlswood delivering sheep and tending to her menagerie of animals. Don’t be surprised if you hear the bleating of sheep when she answers your call. Jenny is very kind-hearted and will always do her very best to help you. She is hands-on, is well known throughout the hospital and in so many ways irreplaceable. You can trust Jenny to further enhance your hospital experience and lovingly coordinate your aftercare.


trevor lawrence hip & knee clinic nursing team

The Nursing Team

The nursing team at Spire Parkway Hospital is a highly motivated team of experienced professionals. Many have worked with Mr Lawrence for almost 20 years and together they form a cohesive team that will do their very best to ensure safe and reliable surgery and aftercare.


The Physiotherapy Team

Spire Parkway has an excellent physiotherapy set up. The department is very well equipped with with the latest  machinery to enhance your recovery from hip and knee replacement surgery. It is not easy to be a good physiotherapist- on the one hand they have to be encouraging, supportive and motivating but on the other hand a degree of firmness is required. The balance at Parkway is very good and the Physiotherapy Department will do their best to restore your mobility after surgery.