Mr Nicholas D Riley

Nick Riley

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Hand & Wrist

About me

Nick is a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon who subspecialises in hand, wrist and elbow surgery. His specialty interests include: peripheral nerve entrapment, Dupuytren’s disease, hand and wrist trauma, arthritis of the hand and wrist, and keyhole surgery.

Nick qualified from St. Barts and the Royal London School of Medicine in 2001. He undertook his early post-graduate training in London and at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore, before completing his senior Orthopaedic training in the Oxford deanery. He was subsequently awarded the Oxford Hand Surgery Fellowship and has also benefited from visiting fellowships at the Mayo Clinic and the Hospital for Special Surgery in New York. Nick obtained Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2013 and the Diploma in Hand Surgery from Manchester University in 2016.

Nick is a keen educator who is comfortable lecturing to large audiences and to smaller groups, he is a member of the Oxford University Medical Education Fellows group and has recently completed the Developing Learning and Teaching programme for medical educators.

Areas of interest

Hand Surgery;
Hand Fractures
Tendon injuries and inflammation
Hand osteoarthritis and rheumatoid arthritis
Sports injuries
Carpal tunnel syndrome
Trigger finger
Dupuytren's disease

Wrist Surgery;
Wrist fractures
Scaphoid fractures and nonunion
Wrist arthritis
Keyhole Surgery

Elbow Surgery;
Cubital tunnel syndrome
Tennis elbow
Golfers elbow

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