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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr William Harries at Spire include:
Appointed to North Bristol NHS Trust as Consultant in trauma and Orthopaedic surgery in 1997, I developed my private practice from 1998 and founded the Sport and Orthopaedic Clinic based at the Spire (Glen) Hospital with 3 other surgeons in 2000.
My specialist interest is in sports injury particularly relating to the foot/ankle (arthroscopic surgery, fusions, bunions/lesser toes and ligament/tendon problems) and knee (arthroscopy, cartilage and ligament problems). I also have extensive experience in lower limb joint replacement (Hip, knee and ankle).
I am a member of the National societies for both knee and foot & ankle surgery being elected to the scientific committee for the later since 2009. I have been involved with developing techniques in arthroscopic surgery around the foot and ankle and regularly deal with complex trauma in this area.
I lecture nationally and internationally on the management of complex foot and ankle surgery and contribute regularly to the medical literature through research in both foot/ankle and knee problems.
This team owns 100% of the Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy equipment they use.
Special Clinical Interests: Foot and ankle sports injury, Arthroscopic surgery, Ankle replacement, Arthroscopic knee surgery.
North Bristol NHS Trust
Honorary senior lecturerBack to top
I trained in London moving to Bristol in 1995. I am married with three children and live just north of Bristol. I played a lot of rugby (when younger!) and still enjoy skiing and sailing.Back to top
Owns 10% of Sport and Orthopaedic Clinic (Bristol) Limited which owns 100% of an ESWT Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy Machine machine used at the hospital.Back to top
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