In addition to two years of internationally and nationally acclaimed subspecialist fellowship training (in France: Lyon and Toulouse; and then in Sheffield, UK), he visited 18 world-renowned shoulder and elbow experts in 6 European countries, over a three-month period to experience other healthcare systems at clinical and managerial level.
He is the clinical lead for the Virtual Fracture Clinic (VFC) and the Shoulder and Elbow unit at Barnet Hospital, Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.
Mr Domos is a keen teacher and trainer of physiotherapists, junior doctors and orthopaedic trainees. He is continuously involved in research across numerous publications, including peer-reviewed journals and book chapters. Throughout his continuing research studies, he has achieved an MD degree, and to maintain his professional development he regularly attends national and international courses and meetings. He also provides lectures and presents for several organisations including BESS, SECEC, ICSES, EFORT, SICOT and BOA.
In addition to these achievements, he was also awarded the winner of the BESS Travelling Fellowship 2014, as well as the Paul Calvert Research Paper Prize, the ISAKOS Upper Limb Travelling Fellowship 2016 and several other international (ESSKA) and national (Royal College of Surgeons, BOA) awards.
Mr Domos is an expert in his field, providing a full comprehensive shoulder and elbow service for degenerative disorders, sport injuries and complex trauma. He specialises in shoulder and elbow arthroscopy (keyhole), open joint reconstruction and joint replacement.