Mr Daniel Williams

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery in London

MBChB BSc(Hons) FRCS(Trauma & Orth)

Mr Daniel Williams areas of expertise:

Professional statement

Mr Daniel Williams is a highly trained consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon practising in the London area at two private clinics. His specialty focuses include hand and wrist surgery, complex upper limb trauma, arthroscopy, carpal tunnel syndrome, and sports surgery.

Mr Williams received his primary medical qualification in 2007 from the University of Bristol, he then subsequently undertook his specialist training in orthopaedics in London whilst on the prestigious Percivall Pott rotation. This rotation includes esteemed institutions such as the Great Ormond Street Hospital, Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and the Royal London Hospital. In 2017, Mr Williams received his fellowship with the Royal College of Surgeons. He followed this with a two-year internationally renowned fellowship with Brisbane Hand & Upper Limb Unit in Australia.

Due to his highly specialised and extensive training, Mr Williams has expert skills in all aspects of upper limb surgery, arthroscopic procedures, microsurgery, and joint replacements. He is a regularly invited faculty on national courses in addition to teaching at the Queen Mary University of London Trauma Sciences MSC Programme.

Mr Williams maintains an active role in research, as he is active in both basic science and clinical research. He has had multiple papers published in peer-reviewed journals internationally and specialist textbooks. Furthermore, Mr Williams has presented at national and international conferences and meetings. An evidence-based approach is his preferred method of practise, and uses this with clear communication to ensure the best quality care for each of his patients. He is a member of London International Patient Services (LIPS)

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