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Prof Alexander Bennett - Rheumatology

Professor Alexander Bennett is a Consultant Rheumatologist in Ashtead, Surrey

Based at: Ashtead Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website

Clinical interests

Professor Alexander Bennett is a Consultant Rheumatologist, clinical academic and Honorary Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London. He has a keen interest in research as well as clinical aspects of rheumatology and sports medicine. He has published widely, in particular in the fields of early diagnosis, prognosis and treatment of seronegative inflammatory arthritis/ spondyloarthritis/ ankylosing spondylitis, in the treatment of rheumatoid arthritis, and in sports and exercise medicine. He lectures regularly at national and international rheumatology and sports medicine conferences. He is the secretary of the British Society of Spondyloarthritis and a leading clinician in the field of spondyloarthritis in the UK and internationally.

Secretary contact details:
Tracy Wyatt - 07960 612645

Initial consultation fee will not exceed £250 and follow-up consultation fee will not exceed £180.


Academic background

His specialist training from 2001-2008 took place in centres of excellence including Guy’sand St Thomas’ Hospitals London, Leeds Teaching Hospitals for Rheumatology, and for Sports Medicine at Olympic Park Sports Medicine Centre, Melbourne and the Centre for Health Exercise and Sports Medicine, University of Melbourne,Australia.He completed his Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine while in Melbourne, Australia and completed an award winning PhD on the role of MRI in early diagnosis and prognosis of inflammatory seronegative arthritis at the University of Leeds.



Professional Memberships

He is a fellow of the Royal College of Physicians, and a member of the British Society for Rheumatology the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine and the International Society of Assessment in Ankylosing Spondylitis (ASAS).


NHS base

DMRC Headley Court

0137 223 7000