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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Mathew Varghese at Spire include:
Impingement and tendinitis, instability and arthritis. tennis elbow, golfers elbow and arthritis
I graduated from Leeds University Medical School in 2000 and continue to work and train in Yorkshire. I entered into the Yorkshire Orthopaedic and Trauma surgical training programme in 2007 and achieved my Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2011, on the first attempt. Following this I worked in the internationally renowned Derby Upper Limb Unit and completed over 15 months of fellowship training. I was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at Mid Yorks NHS Trust in April 2015.
I specialise in problem with the shoulder and elbow. I offer comprehensive upper limb practice tailored to the individual. The majority of my shoulder work is performed arthroscopically ('keyhole'), however open surgery is required to treat certain conditions, for example, a shoulder replacement to treat advanced shoulder arthritis. Thankfully not everyone needs surgery, and I work with a team who can offer non-surgical management when appropriate.
|Telephone||For self pay appointments call 01977 664228 for insured appointments call 01977 664217|
BSc / University of Leeds / 1998
Bachelor of Science
MBChB / University of Leeds / 2000
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Degree given upon graduation from UK medical school
Mid Yorkshire NHS TrustBack to top
I am lucky to live and work in Yorkshire with a great team around me, Happily married with a young family, I have a good work life balance. I try and spend most of my free time outdoors walking, cycling,playing tennis, gardening or undertaking a DIY project.Back to top
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