Simon skies regularly in Val d’Isere and has just returned from a long weekend there. He first encountered the very impressive Oxygene Ski School approximately five years ago when he was introduced to Pierre, the founder through a friend of a friend. We partnered with Oxygene for tips and advice from its top skiing instructors.
With Sports Medicine as a medical specialism, Simon is often the point of reference for athletes with intense shoulder and knee injuries. The Hippocratic Post and Athletics Weekly magazine recently published Mr Moyes’ expert advice that stressed, after having visited a GP, the injured patient should be referred to a specialist within a two-week window to avoid further complications and ensure a smoother, efficient recovery.
In today’s modern world, finding a sanctuary at home isn’t always easy, but as Simon Moyes recently discovered, sometimes a few tweaks is all that’s needed.
Studio Duggan is a West London based interior design firm that specialises in creating distinctive and well considered interiors for both high-end residential and boutique commercial projects. They recently added some finishing touches to Simon Moyes’s Notting Hill home and the Director, Tiffany Duggan, has agreed to share her top 5 tips on how to create a warm, comfortable and inspiring retreat.
As a former lecturer at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, after which, he then performed as a surgeon at University College Hospital, London in addition to being a member of the Arthroscopy Association of America, it comes as no surprise that Simon has attracted a clientele of elites from Africa.
Mr Simon Moyes is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in arthroscopic surgery for knee, shoulder, foot and ankle problems, with a focus on sports medicine. Simon consults from The Wellington Hospital, 31 Old Broad Street and Highgate Private Hospital. He is also a keen sports enthusiast enjoying activities such as cycling, yoga and running whilst supporting charities focussing on the preservation of nature and wildlife.