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Mr Edward W Fisher

Consultant ENT Surgeon
MA, DM (Oxon), FRCS

Practising at

Spire Little Aston Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Edward W Fisher at Spire include:

Other treatments

Ear, nose and throat Otology Rhinology

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Professional profile

I qualified from Oxford University Medical School in 1983 (BA (Hons) Physiological Sciences 1980 and MB BCh in 1983). I trained in the surgical specialities in Oxford and Reading and have worked in ENT (Otorhinolaryngology) since 1986. I hold the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh and of England and the Inter-collegiate Specialty Fellowship in Otolaryngology (1994). My training in ENT has been at the Royal National Throat, Nose and Ear Hospital and the Great Ormond Street Hospital for Sick Children, London, at Addenbrooke's Hospital in Cambridge and the Sir Charles Gairdner Hospital, Perth, Australia.

I am active in treating diseases of the paranasal sinuses and nose this includes nasal allergy disease. I liaise where appropriate with local chest, paediatric and immumology colleagues in rhinological management. I am also interested in otitis media and childrens ENT disorders.

My service for voice problems at the Spire Hospitals includes close liaison with speech and language therapy, and I work closely with audiologists for managing hearing problems.I have published widely and have written a doctorate thesis for Oxford University on an acoustic technique used in the assessment of nasal obstruction. I am an examiner in ENT at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.


Clinical Interests

Ear, nose and throat
Allergy
Hearing loss
Paediatric otolaryngology
Otology
Voice disorders

Nose and sinus disease, hearing loss in children and adults, occupational deafness and occupational rhinitis

Private contact details

Telephone 0121 704 5530
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Current NHS posts

Consultant ENT Surgeon, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital. Consultant ENT Surgeon, Good Hope Hospital Sutton Coldfield. Honorary Senior Lecturer in ENT, University of Birmingham

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Personal Profile

I am married to a local community Macmillan nurse and have four children including twins. My hobbies consist of playing the French horn in a local brass chamber group, and singing Bass in the parish church choir, as well as supporting Sunderland Association Football Club. I holiday in Devon and sail a dinghy. I have enjoyed brass playing abroad and on TV and radio during my playing career. The highlight of my playing career was undoubtedly playing in a brass band at the visit of Pope John Paul II to Wembley in 1982.

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