Dr David Price

General Practice

BMBS, MRCGP, DCH, MSc (Sports Medicine), FFSEM

"I find the atmosphere warm and relaxing. The staff are helpful and happy with time to discuss medical matters."

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I have been a Wirral GP at the same practice since 1996. I see the full variety of medical problems varying from blood pressure, infections, back pain to joint problems and stress.

Specialising in musculoskeletal problems since 1997, I qualified as a sports medicine specialist (masters degree in 1996). I perform soft tissue, trigger point and joint injections.

Since 1996 I have performed approximately 4,000 joint and soft tissue injections.

In addition to the Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group Musculoskeletal Lead, I am also national speaker to GPs on musculoskeletal medicine.

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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr David Price at Spire include:

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Clinical interests

General practice
Soft tissue injury

Qualification and professional memberships

BMBS / University of Nottingham / 1988
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
These are the basic degrees to become a doctor

MRCGP / University of Nottingham / 1988
Member of the Royal Colleague of General Practitioners
the exam at the end of your GP training

DCH / University of Nottingham / 1988
Diploma of Child Health
an extra exam in children's illnesses

MSc (Sports Medicine) / University of Nottingham / 1988
Masters degree in sports medicine
a degree in all aspects of sport from injuries, rehabilitation to diet and physical fitness testing.

FFSEM / University of Nottingham / 1988
Fellow of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine
an honorary degree awarded for services to sports medicine

Professional leadership

I am the Wirral Clinical Commissioning Group Musculoskeletal Lead

Current NHS posts

Part-time GP partner in Wallasey, Wirral

Personal profile

When not at work, I split my time between the family (my wife, two teenage children and a dog-plenty to do) and keeping fit mainly tennis, raquet ball and cycling.

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