FRCS (Orth), DSportMed
I have been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in shoulder and elbow conditions for 16 years. My particular expertise is in arthroscopic shoulder surgery, including the arthroscopic management of complex instability, rotator cuff disease and revision surgery.
I see patients who suffer with ongoing shoulder conditions, sports injuries, shoulder instability and arthritis.
My interests include the management and arthroscopic surgical treatment of complex shoulder instability, rotator cuff disease and arthritis. I have a particular interest in injuries and arthritis of the Sternoclavicular joint. I have described and pioneered an arthroscopic procedure to treat a number of sternoclavicular joint conditions.
I am actively involved in clinical and basic science research and particularly the application of biological treatments around the shoulder including PRP (platelet rich plasma), cellular matrix patches and stem cells. I regularly lecture and teach on shoulder surgery, both nationally and internationally. I am published widely in peer reviewed medical journals and am a member of a number of national and international professional organisations.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Graham Tytherleigh-Strong at Spire include:
Sternoclavicular joint injuries
Sternoclavicular joint conditions / arthritis
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