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Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery

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Mr Peter Tomlinson

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Mr Tomlinson is a specialist expert in a broad range of Orthopaedic conditions affecting the arm (upper limb) covering the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. The surgical services he offers includes joint replacements, keyhole (arthroscopic) surgery, dupuytren’s contracture, trigger finger/thumb, nerve compression (eg. Carpal tunnel syndrome), repetitive strain injuries, microsurgery, joint instability and sports injuries/trauma. Over 99% of cases are carried out as a day case option and via the regional anaesthesia service, patients may have the option of surgery without the need for a full general anaesthetic. He trained in the Bristol and Oxford regions of the UK and has worked with some of the world’s leading upper limb specialists. As part of his higher surgical specialisation he spent twelve months in the highly presitigious Sydney Upper Limb Unit in Australia. This unit, one of the largest in Australia, is a centre of excellence for a wide variety of complex conditions and surgical procedures. During this period he also worked closely with the Sydney Sports Injuries Clinic which is responsible for a number of professional teams including the Sydney Swans (Australian Rules Football League), Sydney Roosters (National Rugby League), and the Sydney Waratahs (National Rugby Union). He now lives and works in the Winchester area and above all, he believes strongly in delivering the highest level of personal, Consultant–led care to his local community.

Specialties

  • Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery
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