Consultant Directory

Consultant Directory

Need to refer a patient on? Not sure who to pick? Find a directory below to find an appropriate surgeon.

By Speciality                                                        By Location

 

Some consultants have been kind enough to take the time to provide some ‘ Gem’s of advice,’ these represent things they have learn’t over the years. This section is fantastic to learn and benefit from their experience and knowledge to widen your own.

 

 

Dr Mark Wotherspoon MB BS, Dip SEM, FFSEM (UK)

Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine

Email: markwotherspoon@allsportsmedicine.co.uk

Secretary :  Julie Fourt : juliefourt@allsportsmedicine.co.uk or 01256 377637

Websitehttp://www.allsportsmedicine.co.uk

Location:

The Hampshire Clinic, Basingstoke            BUPA Reading             The Wessex Nuffield Hospital, Southampton    Wimbledon Clinics, Parkside Hospiatal.

Gem’s of Advice
  • Treat the patient not the scan
  •  Treat the whole patient not just the injury, look for problems above and below the injury, be holistic in approach
  •  Adopt a multi-disciplinary approach  to injury management if possible
  •  You are never too old or experienced to learn new things, techniques etc

Dr Mike Rossiter MB BS, MSc, FFSEM (UK), MRCGP, DRCOG

Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine

Email: mikerossiter@allsportsmedicine.co.uk

Secretary :  Julie Fourt : juliefourt@allsportsmedicine.co.uk or 01256 377637

Website: http://www.allsportsmedicine.co.uk

Location:

The Hampshire Clinic, Basingstoke            BUPA Reading             Sarum Road Hospital, Winchester.

Gem’s of Advice
  • Do not assume that all injuries need surgery
  • It is important to take a holistic view of the patient when looking at the presenting problem
  • Injuries or sporting problems are often best treated with a multi-disciplinary approach

Dr Kate Hutchings MBCHB, MSc (SEM), FFSEM, MRCGP, DCH, DRCOG

Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine

Email: katehutchings@allsportsmedicine.co.uk

Secretary:  Julie Fourt : juliefourt@allsportsmedicine.co.uk or 01256 377637

Website: http://www.allsportsmedicine.co.uk

 

Jeremy Field BSc ChM FRCS FRCS (Orth)

Consultant Orthopaedic and Hand Surgeon

Personal email:  jeremy.field@glos.nhs.uk

Secretary’s email:   jeremyfield_sec@hotmail.com.

Location: Cheltenham General Hospital for NHS practice and Nuffield Health Cheltenham and Spire Bristol for private practice.

Website: http://www.jeremyfield.co.uk/

Gem’s of advice
  • Try and work alongside an orthopod in your chosen specialty i.e. do clinics with him or her or better perhaps in parallel.  You will find it invaluable both for your edification, and perhaps more importantly the orthopod will gain loads from you!
  • (I learnt this initially from running an AO ORP Hand course in parallel to the Hand and Wrist course for surgeons – the amount I learnt from the physios was immense!) Check out the AO ORP hand course here.

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Interests: Shoulder and elbow surgery, shoulder arthritis, reverse geometry shoulder replacement, frozen shoulder, tennis elbow, rotator cuff tendonitis, acromioclavicular joint, dislocated shoulder.

Email: enquiries@lu-lu.co.uk

Call: 01483 776494
Fax: 01483 750664

Location: The Princess Margaret Hospital, Windsor,  Nuffield Hospital, Woking, The Ramsey Hospital, Ashtead and 9 Harley Street, london .

Website: http://www.lu-lu.co.uk/

Gem’s of advice
  • The patient will always tell you what is wrong with then – so listen carefully.
  • Just because a shoulder doesn’t move doesn’t mean its frozen.
  • There is no one treatment that works foe every Tennis Elbow so combine treatments.
  • Older people with stiff shoulders are far more likely to have arthritis than frozen shoulder.
  • Just because the scan reports something does not mean the person has that problem.

Mr John Hardy MB BS, BSc, MD, FRCS(Ed), FRCS(Eng), FRCS(Orth)

Consultant in Orthopaedics & Trauma

Email: Sally.Blackshaw@SOC-Bristol.co.uk

Secretary :  Sally BlackshawSally.Blackshaw@SOC-Bristol.co.uk or 0044 (0)117 3171793

WebsiteOrthopaedic Surgeon

Twitter: @orthoandtrauma

Location: Private Clinic, London       Private Hospital, London            Sports Injury Clinic, Bristol

Gem’s of Advice

  • Listen to your NHS GP or Physiotherapist not your Insurer for advice.
  • Conservative management before surgical management.
  • If your injury appears when running there is no point in an MRI after rest. “run your way to the scanner”.
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