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Toby Baring qualified from Newcastle Medical School 2000. He undertook a postgraduate doctorate with Prof Roger Emery at Imperial College, London in 2006 looking at surgery for the rotator cuff. His specialist orthopaedic training was on the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotation in north London. In 2013 he undertook a Fellowship in Nice, France with world renowned shoulder specialist Prof Pascal Boileau.
He was appointed as a trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant to the Homerton University Hospital where he is now Clinical Director and practices specialist shoulder and elbow surgery in the NHS and private sectors. His specialist interests are in shoulder arthroscopy and joint replacement, and shoulder and elbow trauma.
Toby Baring is active in both research and training, he was awards a research grant in 2014 to conduce a trial on shoulder fractures. He has published, amongst other conditions, on shoulder instability, rotator cuff, shoulder joint replacement and elbow fractures. He has contributed to textbooks of orthopaedic surgery and reviews scientific articles for the “Bone and Joint Journal".
Areas of interest
orthopaedic surgery; shoulder surgery; fracture; fractures; arthritis; shoulder replacement; rotator cuff; rotator cuff tear; instability; shoulder dislocation; frozen shoulder; adhesive capsulitis; calcific tendonitis; elbow surgery; ulnar nerve compression; carpal tunnel syndrome; trigger finger
Current NHS consultant posts held
Homerton University Hospital
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Injection into subcutaneous tissue/painful trigger point under local anaesthetic - (5-50)
Injection(s) +/- aspiration, into joint, cyst, bursa - (1-5)
Surgical toilet and debridement of deep wound (including traumatic or post-operative aetiology) - (1-5)
Tenodesis of biceps tendon (as sole procedure) - (1-5)
Removal of lipoma - (1-5)
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