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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Duncan Watkinson at Spire include:
My orthopaedic practice concentrates exclusively on conditions affecting the shoulder and elbow. I favour keyhole techniques where possible and now carry out more than three quarters of operations arthroscopically.
I now perform Platelet Rish Plasma (PRP) treatment in the out-patient department of Spire Portsmouth Hospital, allowing me to treat problems such as 'tennis elbow' without the need for surgical intervention.
I qualified as a doctor from the University of Newcastle Upon Tyne in 1992 and trained as a specialist surgeon on the Wessex Orthopaedic Rotation. I had the opportunity to develop my expertise in shoulder and elbow surgery by undertaking a fellowship in France with Professor Pascal Boileau, one of the world's leading shoulder and arthroscopic surgeons.
Upper limb surgery
Special Clinical Interests: Reverse geometry shoulder replacement. Tennis elbow. Sports injuries of the upper limb.
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Portsmouth Hospitals NHS TrustBack to top
My main interests outside of medicine are my family and sport. I played football and rugby for many years but have now hung up my boots. However I still enjoy windsurfing and the occasional game of tennis when time allows. I speak fluent French.Back to top
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