Mr Stephen Lipscombe

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Hand & Wrist
  • Shoulder & Elbow

About me

Stephen is an Orthopaedic Upper Limb Surgeon with a specialist interest in hand and wrist surgery. He trained and worked within the Mersey Deanery having merited an honours degree at Liverpool Medical School. He has a strong academic background having completed a first class degree in Physiology at Liverpool University where he studied calcium signalling in pancreatic acinar cells.

The majority of his orthopaedic surgical experience involves upper limb surgery, having finalised his training with one of the few nationally recognised advanced training post fellowships in hand / wrist surgery and successfully completing the British Diploma in Hand Surgery.

Stephen's surgical practice includes traumatic injuries to the upper limb and elective hand / wrist surgery including nerve disorders (carpal tunnel syndrome and ulnar nerve procedures), joint replacement (base of thumb, finger joints and wrist arthroplasty), dupuytrens disease (collagenase injection, fasciectomy and skin grafting) and minimally invasive wrist arthroscopy.

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Carpal tunnel syndrome; trigger finger; trigger thumb; finger problem; hand problem; wrist problem; fractures; broken bone; small joint replacement; wrist replacement; Wrist arthroscopy; scaphoid fractures; Dupuytrens disease; nerve disorders; scleroderma; hand swellings; ganglions; arthritis; thumb problem; collagenase; xiapex; injection; ulnar nerve; cubital tunnel syndrome; rheumatoid; painful fingers; finger stiffness

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