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Mr Lee Van Rensburg

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

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My name is Lee Van Rensburg, Consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon. My particular area of interest is disorders of the upper limb, particularly shoulder and elbow disorders. I also have a special interest in trauma. I hold a full time consultant post in trauma and orthopaedics, based at Addenbrooke's hospital, part of the Cambridge Hospitals NHS trust. I also consult and operate at the Spire Cambridge Lea Hospital and the Nuffield Hospital in Cambridge. I completed my primary medical training in 1993 at the University of the Witwatersrand, Johannesburg, South Africa. After moving to the United Kingdom in 1996, I completed my Basic surgical training at West Suffolk Hospital, Bury St Edmunds and completed my Higher surgical training on the East Anglian orthopaedic rotation (Cambridge) in 2005. I undertook a fellowship predominantly in trauma at the Alfred hospital, Melbourne, Australia in 2006.

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Shoulder pain; Shoulder surgery; Elbow surgery; Tennis elbow; Lateral epicondylitis; Medial epicondylitis; Golfers elbow; Shoulder impingement; Rotator cuff tear; Frozen shoulder; Subacromial impingement; Shoulder tendonitis; Supraspinatus tendonitis; Supraspinatus tear; Shoulder arthritis; Elbow arthritis; Shoulder joint replacement; Elbow joint replacement; Arthroscopy of shoulder; Arthroscopy of elbow; Elbow loose bodies; Elbow locking; Fracture; Clavicle fracture; Humerus fracture; Broken arm

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