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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Ms Jane McEachan at Spire include:
I was appointed in Fife to develop a hand service in 1999, and since then I have set up and run a fully audited clinical practice in hand, wrist and elbow surgery. Approximately 40% of my practice deals with trauma and its follow up.
Following undergraduate medical school in Glasgow, I worked in London and Edinburgh before returning to Glasgow for Orthopaedic training. My fellowship training in hand surgery was at the Royal Adelaide Hospital in South Australia.
Carpal tunnel syndrome. Nerve compression in the upper limb. Dupuytren’s Disease. Trigger Finger. Osteoarthritis in the hand and wrist. Hand, wrist and elbow trauma. Post traumatic reconstruction. Medico Legal reporting in hand/wrist/elbow.
British Society of Surgery of the Hand
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons (Glasgow)
NHS FifeBack to top
Having been brought up in Edinburgh and studied in Glasgow, I have now settled back in Edinburgh, with a Glaswegian tinge to my accent. I live with my architect husband in a house that I am sure will be finished one day, and with my four fun-loving kids. In my spare time (!) I enjoy homework and music practise, and as a family we all enjoy outdoor pursuits.Back to top
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