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- Shoulder & Elbow
Geoff Graham Specialises in shoulder and elbow surgery and has been a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon since 1991. His NHS practice was at the University Hospital of Wales until 2014 when he became Medical Director for Nuffield Health. He is now in independent clinical practice. He undertakes only shoulder and elbow surgery and his special interests are in sports injuries, impingement and rotator cuff problems and frozen shoulder. He does however treat all types of shoulder and elbow problems. He developed an interest in shoulder and sports surgery due to injuries he sustained to his own shoulders while playing rugby for Wasps as a medical student.
The majority of the surgery he performs is arthroscopic (keyhole) although he also has a large experience of open surgery and through experience has developed the procedures he uses over a number of years. He has access to the most modern diagnostic and therapeutic equipment and uses the most appropriate and innovative techniques.
Areas of interest
Shoulder; Shoulder Surgery; Rotator cuff tears; Impingement; Shoulder stabilisation; Shoulder decompression; Shoulder pain; Frozen shoulder; Elbow; Elbow surgery; Tennis elbow; Elbow arthroscopy.
- Nichola Harford
- Nuffield Cardiff Bay Hospital 1 Dunleavy Drive Cardiff CF11 0SN
- 029 2083 6750
Anaesthetists worked with
Infection rate 0% in last 5 years
Major complications of surgery 0%
Return to theatre rate 0%
Complaints in last 5 years 0%
Serious incidents in last 5 years 0%
Litigation in private practice 0%
- MBBS University College Hospital 1982
- FRCS Royal College of Surgeons of England 1986
- Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training in Orthopaedics Royal college of Surgeons of England 1991
Reference number 2573418
Details of entry to specialist register
- Trauma and Orthopaedics, 2009
Affiliations / memberships
Fellow of the Royal college of Surgeons
Member of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society
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