Mr Rouin Amirfeyz

Consultant Hand and Elbow Surgeon
MD, MSc, FRCS (Trauma & Orth)

Practising at

Spire Bristol Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Rouin Amirfeyz at Spire include:

Other treatments

Orthopaedic surgery: Osteoarthritis, Wrist surgery, Upper limb surgery, Sports injury, Hand Surgery, Elbow surgery.

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Professional profile

I completed my higher surgical training in Trauma & Orthopaedics on Bristol Rotation. During this time I developed an interest in upper limb surgery, specifically elbow, wrist and hand surgery. I underwent sub-speciality training in Nottingham (interface hand fellowship) and Sheffield (revision elbow shoulder and elbow surgery and sports surgery). I have been appointed as a consultant upper limb surgeon in Bristol Royal Infirmary. My practice comprises of both secondary and tertiary elective and trauma referrals. These include rheumatoid surgery, osteoarthritis surgery , joint replacement, complex fracture management, arthroscopy and sports surgery. I have a special interest in research, havepublished more than 45 peer-reviewed articles and I have authored a number of key chapters in orthopaedic textbooks.

Clinical Interests

Orthopaedic surgery
Sports injury
Wrist surgery
Upper limb surgery
Hand surgery
Elbow surgery

All aspects of hand, wrist and elbow surgery. Sports injury & arthroscopy

Private contact details

Telephone 0117 980 4070
Private secretary Kate Nichols
Private secretary fax 0870 875 5910
Private secretary email
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Qualification and professional memberships

Professional memberships

Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons (Intercollegiate).
British Elbow and Shoulder Society.
British Society for Surgery of the Hand.
British Orthopaedic Association

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Hand and Elbow Surgeon, Bristol Royal Infirmary (Trauma), University Hospitals Bristol NHS Foundation Trust.

Consultant Hand and Elbow Surgeon, Southmead Hospital (Elective), North Bristol NHS Trust.

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