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Mr Roderick Coull

Rod Coull

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

http://www.coullfootsurgery.com

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Overview

Specialises in

  • Foot & Ankle

About me

BA Stanford University (US)
Bachelor of Medicine Southampton University 1991
FRCA, FRCS (Orth)
Foot and Ankle Fellowship 2001 Dublin Professor Michael Stephens

Areas of interest

Minimally invasive bunion surgery; Minimally invasive foot surgery; Ankle surgery; Foot surgery, All adult and paediatric foot and ankle conditions elective and trauma. Common conditions treated include bunions, hammer toes, achilles tendon problems, ankle and foot arthritis, all tendon and soft tissue foot and ankle problems including sports injuries

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Anaesthetists worked with

  • Mr Roderick Coull has worked with Dr Jaspal Bhular at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Bushey Hospital (5-50)
  • Mr Roderick Coull has worked with Dr Russell P Griffin at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Bushey Hospital (5-50)
  • Mr Roderick Coull has worked with Dr Savita Marathe at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Bushey Hospital (1-5)
  • Mr Roderick Coull has worked with Dr Pinakin Patel at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Harpenden Hospital (1-5)
    • BMI Bishops Wood Hospital (1-5)
  • Mr Roderick Coull has worked with Dr Ruth Van Hoogstraten-Brown at the following hospitals:

    • Spire Harpenden Hospital (1-5)
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