Mr Sunil Garg

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery


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Specialises in

  • Hand & Wrist
  • Shoulder & Elbow

About me

Mr Garg has experience Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist and Hand Surgery. He completed his Orthopaedic Training from London and South-East England working at Kings College Hospital London and Guys & Thomas' Hospital London. Following his registrar training Mr Garg completed fellowships in Shoulder and Elbow surgery from renowned Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Unit and Southampton University Hospital Upper Limb Unit. He also completed a visiting fellowship from Upper Limb Unit Cleveland Clinic, USA. He is married to Consultant Anaesthetist and has two children.

Areas of interest

Shoulder and Arm Pain
Elbow Pain
Carpal Tunnel Syndrome
Trigger Finger
Rotator Cuff Injury/Pain, Frozen Shoulder
Shoulder and ACJ Arthritis
Upper limb Trauma and Sports injuries
Tennis Elbow
Golfer's Elbow epicondylitis
Wrist Pain
Thumb pain, CMCJ OA

Medical secretaries


  • Video and telephone consultations

Anaesthetists worked with

  • Mr Sunil Garg has worked with Dr Ajaiya Mull at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Norwich Hospital (1-5)
  • Mr Sunil Garg has worked with Dr Karl-Heinz Blenk at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Norwich Hospital (1-5)
  • Mr Sunil Garg has worked with Dr Rajesh Dumpala at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Norwich Hospital (1-5)
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