Mr Nirmal Tulwa

Mr Nirmal Tulwa

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon (foot and ankle),

Specialises in

  • Bunion removal and treatment
  • Joint manipulation treatment
  • Ganglion removal surgery
  • Ingrown toenail surgery
  • Ankle arthroscopy
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Practising at

Clinic times:
Wednesday: 5pm - 8pm

An initial consultation with Mr Nirmal Tulwa is from £200.

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Nirmal Tulwa at Spire include:

Other treatments

  • Foot and ankle surgery
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Professional profile

I qualified from the University of Manchester and trained in orthopaedics at the University of Leeds. I have been a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon since 2000, working at the Mid-Yorkshire NHS Trust.

Mr Tulwa also specialises in children's orthopaedics (children's orthopaedics is not available at Spire Methley Park Hospital)

General Medical Council Number: C3088650

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Additional information

Clinical interests

Ankle surgery
Foot surgery
Soft tissue injuries

Qualification and professional memberships

Current NHS posts

Consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Mid Yorkshire Hospitals NHS Trust
Honorary senior lecturer, University of Leeds

Personal profile

My main non-medical interests are cooking and football. I am the chairman of Shadwell United junior football club

Contact information

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