Our mission statement at OrthOracle is optimising Surgical education to improve patients outcomes which we’re doing by publishing the most comprehensive and practically orientated content on Orthopaedic techniques available anywhere.
OrthOracle is an independent, Surgeon developed, owned and produced resource full of of practical information validated for both experienced Surgeons as well as Surgeons in training. We publish new techniques across the whole Orthopaedic spectrum every 2 weeks.
Surgery is inherently visual and its demonstration requires a clear illustration of human anatomy as well as its’ adjustment. For those of us learning or refreshing operations their stepwise nature is best imparted by a comprehensive series of high definition images which provide not only the detail needed but the time to understand them. Professionally taken photographs, detailing every step of the surgical technique from live operations is what you’ll find on OrthOracle. You’ll also discover unique and critical insights from experienced Surgeons on the entire surgical journey from investigation and assessment through operation to rehabilitation that will assist you in your decision making.
To aid your learning there are detailed and certificated CPD/CME modules for most operations as well as validated certificates detailing the time spent using OrthOracle. Our content is validated for both Surgical training and maintaining professional education by two of the most respected Surgical Colleges in the World, the Royal College of Surgeons of London and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh as well as the British Orthopaedic Association.
The detailing of particular products or implants on OrthOracle should not be taken as an indication that these are superior to other similar products, which may perform to similar standards, nor is it an endorsement by OrthOracle, the Royal College of Surgeons of England, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh nor the British Orthopaedic Association.
The operative techniques demonstrated are the authors own and as they use in their practice. There will be other ways of performing any operation. Its demonstration is not an endorsement by OrthOracle, the Royal Colleges of Surgeons, the British Orthopaedic Association nor any implant manufacturer and should not be regarded as such. Full technical and operative details about implants are available from each manufacturer and should be consulted and relied upon.
Mark Herron FRCS