Roger Sloan is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Spire Parkway Hospital. He was brought up in Holywood, County Down in Northern Ireland and trained at Edinburgh Medical School. The remainder of his training was spent in the Midlands with specialist orthopaedic training occurring at Oswestry, Birmingham and Coventry and Warwickshire. In order to fulfil specialist training in upper limb surgery he completed 2 fellowships - in Derby and Melbourne, Australia.
The spectrum of patients that he cares for includes the entire upper limb from shoulder to elbow, hand and wrist including acute trauma. He is fully competent in all aspects of arthroscopic work for shoulder and elbow conditions. He also deals with degenerative, inflammatory and post-traumatic conditions requiring arthroplasty in the shoulder and elbow. Much of his work also covers the bread and butter conditions around the elbow, hand and wrist including tennis/golfer’s elbow, compressive neuropathy, stiff and contracted joints of the elbow and hand and degenerative and inflammatory conditions of the carpus of the wrist and fingers.
He strives to provide an open and personalised system of care where all patients are treated equally and as one would treat one’s own relatives. He is keen to provide a service with personal access, made easy for both referring clinician and patient.