What is the most complicated case you have ever cracked?
When dealing with complicated injuries, it is best to break it down into smaller steps and address each problem one at a time rather than trying to do everything at once.
Transcript: "I had a patient who came in with the most complicated groin, hip, everything was wrong. And actually we sort of peeled off the layers of the onion, strengthened up each little bit individually and he's back to his sport which is rugby and like full contact, really difficult but amazing when we just took things step by step rather than like trying to scatter down an approach which a lot of the time people do with these sort of massive injuries is trying to fix everything at the same time. So that's my key tip for anyone who is trying to get through a massive injury is to break it down and not like the song."