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Mr David Murray is provides his services in Cheshire, Manchester and Lancashire, specialising in all aspects of hand & wrist surgery, including minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures, base of thumb arthritis, small joint replacement, trigger finger, carpal tunnel decompression, Dupuytrens contracture (including injection therapy - Xiapex), and trigger finger surgery. He is actively involved in teaching and research. He is an Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor, and honorary senior lecturer.
Mr David Murray has a passion for the treatment of all hand & wrist disorders and has won prizes at national meetings for his work within the field. He has presented his work, and lectured on sports injuries, at various international meetings in recent years, including the World Sport Trauma Congress and FIFA Football Medical Conference.
Mr David Murray gained his medical degree from the University of Manchester and completed his further Orthopaedic surgical training on the Northwest Orthopaedic rotation. He completed a hand & wrist fellowship at the world-renowned Wrightington Hospital.
Areas of interest
Hand & Wrist Surgery; carpal tunnel decompression; dupuytren's contracture; trigger finger; 1st CMCJ OA; PIPJ Replacement; wrist arthritis; wrist arthroscopy; mucous cyst excision; ganglion excision; collagenase injections;ulna nerve decompression; tennis elbow treatment; de Quervains tenosynovitis; Wrist fusion (partial/total); DIPJ fusion; MCPJ replacement; UCL repair
- MBChB University of Manchester 2004
- FRCS(T&O) Royal College of Surgeons 2012
Reference number 6103112
Affiliations / memberships
British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH)
Northwest Surgical Hand Society (NWSHS)
- 52 Alderley Road WILMSLOW SK9 1NY
- 18:00 - 20:00
- 01204 774142
- Euston Hall Hospital
- 09:00 - 12:30
- 01204 774142
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