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Mr Stephen Gwilym

Steve Gwilym

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

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Specialises in

  • Elbow
  • Shoulder

About us

Steve Gwilym is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in the management of painful conditions of the shoulder and elbow.

He also has expertise in managing people who have sustained fractures or tendon injuries of the wrist, and ankles.


Mr Gwilym is part of the Shoulder & Elbow team at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford and is the clinical lead at the Oxford Trauma Unit at the John Radcliffe Hospital. In these roles, he personally manages over 1000 patients a year.

As a consequence, Mr Gwilym has vast experience in treating both acute injuries and problems resulting from previous injury. He has expertise in both non-operative and surgical management of a wide range of injuries of the limbs. Having consulted on Harley Street for a number of years, he now exclusively sees patients in his Oxfordshire clinics, offering the same level of care to local, national and international patients.

Mr Gwilym graduated from University College, London in 2000 having previously obtained a First Class degree in Human Sciences. He underwent 12 years of orthopaedic training in London and Oxford before completing specialist fellowships in both trauma and shoulder & elbow surgery in Sydney, Australia. He has subsequently travelled to numerous centres of excellence throughout Europe to both teach, and learn from other expert surgeons. He was awarded a (DPhil) PhD from Oxford university for his research in Musculoskeletal pain.

Areas of interest

Shoulder;
Arthroscopic shoulder surgery
Shoulder replacements for arthritis and problems following fracture
Management of impingement syndrome
Rotator cuff repairs

Humerus;
Fixation of fractures of the shoulder and arm (humerus)

Elbow;
Fixation of fractures
Elbow surgery for stiffness, pain and instability;
Surgery to release compressed nerves around the elbow.

Clavicle;
Fixation of fractures

Acromio-clavicular joint;
Reconstruction for separation or pain

Forearm;
Treatment of forearm fractures in adults and children

Wrist;
Treatment of wrist fractures in adults and children

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