Professor Adam Watts is a Fellowship trained elbow and upper limb orthopaedic surgeon. He is experienced in elbow, wrist and shoulder arthroscopy. He undertakes surgery for arthritis, trauma, nerve entrapment, tednon pain and rupture, and instability. He regularly performs joint replacement surgery of the hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder. He uses other non-surgical techniques such as platelet rich plasma (PRP) injection where appropriate. Adam has a particular interest in sports injuries. He works with a number of sports clubs and is on the medical advisory committee of the European Golf Tour. Adam in enthusiastic about education and research and sits on the British Hand Society Committee for Research and Audit.