Dr Sellon studied at Newcastle University and St George’s Hospital, London, before joining the army and serving as a Regimental Medical Officer in Cyprus and East Africa. He undertook Radiology training in Brighton and Sussex, completing parts of his training in North Carolina and Washington DC. He returned to the UK to undertake higher fellowship training in Leeds and was awarded a Masters degree in Sports and Exercise Medicine with Distinction from Cardiff.
Dr Sellon was appointed as a consultant in musculoskeletal radiology at Oxford University Hospitals in 2016. He is the Trauma Imaging Lead for the Major Trauma Centre and was appointed Director of Education for the Thames Valley Trauma Network in 2018. He lectures nationally and internationally and has organised many teaching courses. He lectures in both Anatomy and Radiology at Oxford University and is a Clinical Tutor at Lincoln and St Hugh’s Colleges, Oxford.
Dr Sellon’s military practice is at the Defence Military Rehabilitation Centre at Stanford Hall, near Loughborough, where he is the Clinical Lead of the state-of-the-art Radiology department. He conducts research into novel injury rehabilitation techniques and has published several peer-reviewed papers, chapters and textbooks.
He has experience managing elite sports players, including with the medical teams at the indoor and outdoor World Athletics Championships. Outside the hospital he works as a team doctor for Henley Rugby Football Club.
Special interests: Traumatic and overuse sports injuries and their rehabilitation (particularly groin, hip, knee and ankle pain).