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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Roderick Coull at Spire include:
I am an orthopaedic consultant based at Watford General Hospital where I perform a large majority of the foot and ankle surgery for West Herts NHS Trust. I qualified from Southampton University Medical School in 1991 and completed my specialist registrar training on the University College London Hospital / Middlesex Hospital rotation in 2003. I completed a foot and ankle fellowship in Dublin (2001), a fellowship in lower limb reconstruction in Edinburgh (2003) and two months as a trauma fellow in Hannover (2001).
My practice is solely as a foot and ankle surgeon. My areas of interest include arthroscopic surgery and keyhole (minimally invasive) bunion surgery and I am happy to see all patients with foot and ankle problems. My main interest is in adult foot and ankle reconstructive surgery including trauma. I am able to treat a comprehensive range of foot and ankle conditions in patients of all age groups. At Spire Bushey I work at the head of a multidisciplinary team including specialist foot and ankle physiotherapists, radiologists and podiatrists.
Special Clinical Interests: keyhole (minimally invasive) bunion surgery
Bachelor of Medicine / BM University of Southampton / 1991
FRCS / London / 1997
Fellow Royal College of Surgeons
FRCS (Orth) / Edinburgh / 2001
Consultant Surgeon, Trauma and Orthopaedics, West Herts NHS Hospitals TrustBack to top
My main interests revolve around sport including tennis, golf and more recently softball. Other interests include wine, foreign cinema and politics.Back to top
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