His upper limb subspecialty fellowships were in Exeter and in New Zealand where he worked for high volume joint replacement and keyhole surgeons, learning the latest proven techniques used to bring to his practice.
Clavicle surgery, shoulder surgery - arthroscopic release/cuff repair and joint replacement - anatomic and reverse. Elbow surgery - Distal biceps repair, tennis/golfer's release. Wrist and hand surgery including wrist arthroscopy.
Mr Neen qualified from University College London in 1999 with a further degree in orthopaedics from The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore. Following basic surgical training, he spent 18 months as a Clinical Research Fellow. He went on to study higher surgical training in the South East and has worked with many of the senior surgeons in the area.