Michael Paul Grevitt
M.D. B BS, BSC, FRCS(Orth) (Nottingham, England, United Kingdom)
Michael Paul Grevitt is a spinal Surgeon at the Centre for Spinal Studies and Surgery, Queens Medical Centre at Nottingham University Hospital NHS Trust Centre, UK. He has been in consultant practice for over 25 years and specializes in paediatric spinal deformity. His unit covers a catchment area of 4.7 million.
He has held numerous national committee and governance posts that have included contributions to the Interventional Procedures Advisory Committee of the National Institute of Health and Clinical Excellence (NICE), NHS Clinical Coding as well as a committee member of the British Scoliosis Society. He is currently the secretary of the UK Spine Societies Board and Spinal Clinical advisor to the national Getting It Right First Time (GIRFT) project.
Internationally, he was the inaugural global chair of the Community Development Commission of AOSpine and then the global chair of the Education Commission (AOSEC). He was a AO Davos Course Director for several years. He has been on the scientific advisory board of Smith & Nephew as well as a member of several alpha development groups of spinal implants. He is a current member of NASS International EduComm.
He has diverse research inetrests but latterly has focused on outcomes of spinal interventions; he has more than 100 scientific publications in peer-reviewed journals. He is on the Editorial Board for Spine Deformity.
He has lectured widely and has trained / mentored over 100 fellows from all over the world.