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Mr Peter Brownson DM, FRCS(Ed) FRCS (Orth)

Peter-Brownson

Peter-BrownsonSpeciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments

Sub Speciality: Shoulder and elbow surgery

Clinic times: Thursday am and Friday am
Consulting address:
Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone:
0151 522 1860
Email:
info@boneandjointcentre.com
Website:
www.liverpoolshoulderclinic.com

Year of first medical qualification: 1986
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association
British Elbow and Shoulder Society
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust

Mr Brownson is recognised nationally and internationally for his expertise in arthroscopic shoulder surgery. He is regularly invited to lecture and carry out live surgical demonstrations at courses across Europe. He is the Upper Limb Surgeon to Liverpool Football Club and in addition treats players from 3 other Premiership Football Clubs. He is regularly asked to provide articles for the National Press.

He studied at Liverpool University and qualified in 1986 (MB ChB). He was elected a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1991 (FRCS Ed), after which he undertook a period of orthopaedic research at Nottingham University. This research involved impact biomechanics as applied to aircraft passenger safety. It culminated in the submission of his doctoral thesis and the award of an DM (the medical equivalent of a PhD). In addition, the research resulted in him being awarded an Honorarium in the Syme Professorship at the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 1993 and the crash brace position proposed, was subsequently adopted by the Civil Aviation Authority, for use on passenger aircraft.

Mr Brownson continued his orthopaedic training in Nottingham, during which time he acquired extensive experience in trauma surgery working at the Queens Medical Centre. He obtained the specialist fellowship in trauma and orthopaedic surgery in 1996 (FRCS Orth). He completed his training with his appointment as the Shoulder Fellow in the Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Unit where he acquired sub specialist skills in all aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery.

In 1998 Mr Brownson was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Liverpool since when he has been instrumental in helping to establish the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit as a centre of excellence.

On a personal level, he has achieved both a national and international reputation as being at the forefront of arthroscopic (keyhole) surgical techniques. In recognition of this, he was awarded the Travelling Fellowship of the British Elbow and Shoulder Society in 2002. He continues to be actively involved in upper limb research and he has published a number of articles on upper limb related topics. He is an editorial reviewer for the Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. He is the Course Director of the Liverpool Advanced Shoulder Arthroscopy Course which is one of the largest courses of its type outside of the United States and he is the Course Co-Director of the AO Liverpool Shoulder and Elbow Trauma.

Mr Brownson is married with two children. He enjoys sailing, cycling and skiing.

Selected Publications in order of publication:

A Modified Crash Brace Position for Aircraft Passengers. Brownson P, Wallace W A, Anton D J.
Aviation, Space & Environmental Medicine, vol 69 no 10 October 1998 975-978.

Fractures of the Distal Radius in Goalkeepers Boyd K, Brownson P, Hunter JB
The British Journal of Sports Medicine 2001:35; 409-411

Clavicular hook plate for lateral end fractures – A prospective study Meda KP, Machani B, Brownson P, Frostick SP, Braithwaite I, Sinopidis C
Injury 2006 Mar;37(3):277-83

Arthroscopic stabilisation of the shoulder: a prospective randomised study of absorbable versus non-absorbable suture anchors. Tan CK, Guisasola I, Macchani B, Kemp G, Sinopidis C, Brownson P, Frostick SP
Journal of Arthrsocopy and related research 2006 Jul; 22 (7): 716-720.

A kinematic assessment of normal elbow movement in activities of modern day living Sinha A, Nazar MA, Moorhead J, Bhalaik V, Brownson P
Shoulder & Elbow April 2010, volume 2, Issue 2, pages 118-123

Daily Mail – Good Health 
What those creaking joints really mean 28 Sept 2010

Mr Daniel J. Brown FRCS (Eng) FRCS (tr & orth) MA(Clin Ed)

Danny-Brown

Danny-BrownSpeciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments

Sub Speciality: Hand and wrist surgery

Clinic times: Wednesday am & Friday pm
Consulting address:
Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone:
0151 522 1860
Email:
info@boneandjointcentre.com
Website:
www.liverpoolhandsurgery.com

Year of first medical qualification: 1992
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association
, British Society for Surgery to the Hand
, British Elbow and Shoulder Society
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool And Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Positions Held: The Speciality Hand Tutor for The Royal College of Surgeons and the British Society for Surgery to the Hand, 
Accredited Educator for the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Nov 2010 Appointed to the very prestigeous national position of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and British Society for Surgery to the Hand’s inaugral Speciality Hand Tutor, following open competition and interview

Mar 2011. 5 papers accepted and presented at the British Society of Surgery to the Hand’s Annual scientific meeting in Manchester.  Topics include 3 papers on wrist fracture management, one and wrist replacements and one on carpal tunnel release

April 2011. Release of the Aculoc2 distal radius plating system that was co-developed by DB. Aculoc 2 is now the most innovative fixation system for wrist fractures and is available to BJC patients.  Further details at http://www.acumed.net/sites/default/files/literature/brochure-surgical-technique/acu-loc-2_brochure.pdf

June 2011 Chairman at the European Upper Extremity Trauma Course, in Amsterdam.  A prestigeous international course with high profile world wide faculty and over 100 delegates from all over Europe, South Africa and South America

Mr Brown is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust specialising in surgery to the wrist and hand, as well as to trauma to the upper limb.

He has a particular interest in the management of patients with wrist trauma and the complications arising from wrist trauma. He also has an interest in treating arthritis of the wrist and hand, particularly rheumatoid arthritis and performs many small joint and wrist replacements. In addition, he has extensive experience in dealing with all aspect of hand surgery, including carpal tunnel, trigger fingers, Dupuytren’s disease and arthroscopic surgery.
Mr Brown leads a strong multi-disciplinary team in all the hospitals where he practices and works closely with Hand Therapists, Specialist Nurses, Radiologists, Neurophysiologists and Pathologists.

As well as being a founding partner of the Bone & Joint Centre, located at Spire Liverpool Hospital, Mr Brown works in the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit at The Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, where he is also the Clinical Lead for Trauma and an Associate Clinical Director of the Trauma & Orthopaedic Department.

Mr Brown is The Specialist Hand Tutor for The Royal College of Surgeons and The British Society for Surgery to the Hand. He is on the Education Faculty of The Royal College of Surgeons of England and is the Educational Lead for Mersey Deanery’s School of Surgery. He is also the Regional Programme Director for Core Orthopaedic Training. He holds a Master’s Degree in Clinical Education, awarded with distinction and also holds a Post-Graduate Certificate in Learning and Teaching in Clinical Practice, also awarded with distinction.

Mr Brown has a significant research interest and has published many papers in major peer reviewed journals in the fields of hand surgery, trauma and medical education. He has set up and run several randomized trials and participates in the evaluation of new and innovative trauma implants. He has also presented this work at major international orthopaedic conferences, where the work has been awarded prizes and commendations. He has co-edited 2 books and has written several book chapters. He regularly acts as a reviewer for the Journal of Hand Surgery.

Mr Brown regularly is invited to teach, both nationally and internationally, on various aspects of wrist and hand surgery, most particularly the management of distal radius fractures. He has given invited lectures to The British Hand Society, The British Orthopaedic Society, The International Orthopaedic Congress and The International Federation of Societies for Surgery to The Hand.

Mr Brown, graduated from The University of Manchester in 1992, and underwent post-graduate training in Manchester and Merseyside, He subsequently undertook a fellowship in Hand Surgery with the Plastic Surgical Hand Unit at Whiston Hospital before being appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in 2003. He is a Fellow of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, a member of The British Orthopaedic Association, The British Society for Surgery to the Hand and The British Elbow and Shoulder Society.

Mr Brown is married with 2 young daughters; he enjoys cooking and fine wine. When not working he enjoys skiing, travelling and has a keen interest in photography

Selected Publications in order of publication:

Physical and Radiographic Evaluation Of The Hand & Wrist By The Junior Doctor A Roach and DJ Brown. 
Accepted by Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume)

Minimising The Risk Of Extensor Pollicis Longus Rupture Following Volar Plate Fixation Of Distal Radius Fractures: A Cadaveric Study D Perry, D Machin and DJ Brown
. Accepted by Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons

Outcome Following Coronal Fractures Of The Hamate D Wharton, JA Casaletto, R Choa, and DJ Brown. 
Journal of Hand Surgery (European Voume) Feb 2010; vol 35 (2) pp 146 – 149

Flexor Pollicis Longus Tendon Ruptures after Palmar Plate Fixation of Fractures of the Distal Radius JA Casaletto, D Machin, R Leung, and DJ Brown
. Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume) Aug 2009; vol. 34(4): pp. 471 – 474

The University Rollerdisco: An unusual cause of a major incident AJ Highcock, K Rourke, D Brown
. Injury Extra, Volume 39, Issue 12, December 2008, Pages 386-388

A Simple Treatment for Torus Fractures of the Distal Radius JS Davidson, DJ Brown, SN Barnes and CE Bruce
. Journal of Bone and Joint

Mr John S. Davidson MB ChB; FRCS (Ed); FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics)

John-Davidson

John-DavidsonSpeciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments

Sub Speciality: Knee and Hip surgery, Partial knee replacements and knee arthroscopy, Visionaire bespoke knee replacements

Clinic times: Wednesday pm and Friday pm
Consulting address:
Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone:
0151 522 1860
Email:
info@boneandjointcentre.com

Year of first medical qualification: 1989
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association
, British Orthopaedic Directors Society, 
International Advisory Board for Wound Debridement & Versejet
, Liverpool Orthopaedic Circle, 
Low Friction Society
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool And Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Positions Held: Medical Director for Cheshire & Merseyside Health
, Lead Medical Director for Service Improvement, Alliance Surgical plc, 
Chairman and founder of the Bone and Joint Centre LLP
, Orthopaedic representative on the Medical Advisory Committee at Spire Liverpool, 
Surgeon to the Everton former players’ foundation

Mr Davidson is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital NHS Trust where he specialises in treating patients with arthritic hips and knees. He has a special interest in treating complex primary and revision knee replacements. He also specialises in joint replacements for the younger patients and performs more than 200 joint replacements a year in both the NHS and private sector.

Mr Davidson studied for his medical degree in Glasgow and subsequently completed his training in Edinburgh, Birmingham and Liverpool. He undertook a Fellowship in Sydney Australia and had the opportunity to be a visiting Fellow in several joint replacement units in Australia, USA and Europe. He completed his training at Wrightington Hospital in the Arthroplasty Unit (Hip and Knee replacement).

He was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Liverpool in 2001 and was invited to take up his current additional role of Clinical Director in 2005.
Mr Davidson is the founder of, and Chairman of the Bone and Joint Centre.

Mr Davidson is frequently invited to talk about his work both nationally and internationally on joint replacement surgery; minimally invasive surgery; management of the younger patient; and new materials and joint replacement techniques.

He was a founder of the Liverpool Bone and Joint Infection Group and has been invited to speak internationally on the management of infected joint replacements. This has resulted in writing a book chapter on the surgical treatment of infected joint replacement with a specialised hydro scalpel tool.

Selected Publications in order of publication:

JS Davidson, JD Moorhead, SC Montgomery, PH Dangerfield “Measuring the instant centre of rotation in normal and anterior cruciate deficient cadaveric knees” Clinical Anatomy, 1997, Vol 10, Issue 3, p211.

JD Moorhead, JS Davidson, SC Montgomery, PH Dangerfield
 “Measuring the effect of the anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) on the knee’s centre of rotation” 4th Congress of the European Association of Clinical Anatomy Surgical & Radiologic Anatomy, Sept 97, p49

Davidson JS, Moorhead JD, Montgomery SC, Dangerfield PH, Cairns C.
“The effect of anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction on the rotational centre pathways of cadaveric knees” Clinical Anatomy, 1998, Vol. 11, Issue 2, p119

Montgomery SC, Moorhead JD, Davidson JS, Lowe D, Dangerfield PH.
“A new technique for measuring the Rotational Axis Pathway of a moving knee” The Knee 1998 vol 5 pp 289-295

Stevenson HL, Scott SJ, Davidson JS, Fisher AC
 “The Evaluation and efficacy of different makes of Gigli Saws” Submitted to Journal of Arthroplasty

Hodgson R, Campbell R, Jakaraddi C, Davidson J & Davies J 
“An MR Protocol for Assessment of Post-Operative Infection in Oxidised Zircomium Knee Arthroplasty.” Abstracts of European Society of Skeletal Radiology; Bruges 2006-06-22 Skeletal Radiology 2006; 35:pp466

Laura Tinti, Adam M. Taylor, Annalisa Santucci, Brenda Wlodarski, Peter J. Wilson, Jonathan C. Jarvis, William D. Fraser, John S. Davidson, Lakshminarayan R. Ranganath and James A. Gallagher “Development of an in vitro model to investigate joint ochronosis in alkaptonuria” Rheumatology Advance Access published October 15, 2010

Fountain JR, Jakaraddi C, Pope J, Davidson JS & Santini AJA
 The Effect of Posterior Tibial Slope on Post-Operative Flexion & Functional Outcomes in Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Double Blinded Randomised Conrolled Trial. J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2010; 92-B:Supp III, 407

Jakaraddi CA, Garcia-Finana M, Neal T, Navin A, Davidson JS & Santini AJA
 In Vitro Elution Characteristics of Gentamicin and Teicoplanin Loaded CNW and Palacos Bone Cements. J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2010; 92-B:Supp III, 418

Jakaraddi CA, Metikala S, Wright D, Davidson JS & Santini AJA Use of the International Prostate Symptom Score in Predicting Urinary Retention after Total Hip Replacement J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2008; 90-B:Supp III, 554

Mr Andrew J.N. Taylor MBBS, BSc (Hons), FRCS (Eng) FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Andrew-Taylor

Andrew-TaylorSpeciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments

Sub Speciality: Knee and sports knee surgery

Clinic times: Wednesday am & Friday pm
Consulting address:
Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone:
0151 522 1860
Email:
info@boneandjointcentre.com
Website:
www.liverpoolhandsurgery.com

Year of first medical qualification: 1991
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association, 
British Association Surgery of the Knee
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Positions Held: Clinical Sub-Dean, University of Liverpool Medical School, 
Lower Limb Surgeon to Liverpool Football Club

Mr Andrew Taylor is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at The Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospitals, where he specialises in knee surgery and in particular arthroscopic sports injuries.

He studied for his medical degree at St Mary’s Hospital medical school London where he gained his primary medical qualification and his orthopaedic training centered on the North West Thames Surgical rotation. He completed his training by undertaking a fellowship in arthroscopic/sports medicine surgery in Perth Western Australia between 2001 and 2002. He became a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at the Royal Liverpool University Hospital in May 2002.

Mr Taylor has acquired a national reputation as an arthroscopic knee surgeon. He is regularly invited to lecture on knee and sports injury courses.
In his spare time Mr Taylor is a keen sports enthusiast with a particular interest in rugby, golf and skiing. He represented England in the Under 18s rugby team as a flanker in 1985 and the Lancashire under 18s county tennis championship (doubles) in that same year. He managed to maintain his interest in rugby as a club doctor at Richmond Rugby Club in the late 90s.

Selected Publications in order of publication:

A-Z of Orthopaedic Radiology – Sarah Burnett, Andrew Taylor, Martin Watson WB Saunders 2000

Current research – Prospective Randomised Double Blind Trial on Protein Supplementation in ACL Reconstruction.

Mr Alasdair J.A. Santini MB, ChB FRCS (Glas, Eng) FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Alisdair-Santini

Alisdair-SantiniSpeciality: Orthopaedic Surgery and Treatments

Sub Speciality: Knee and hip surgery

Clinic times: Thursday am
Consulting address:
Spire Liverpool Hospital, 57 Greenbank Road, Liverpool, L18 1HQ
Telephone:
0151 522 1860
Email:
info@boneandjointcentre.com

Year of first medical qualification: 1992
Current membership(s) of professional, national and regional bodies: British Orthopaedic Association
, British Association for Surgery of the Knee
Current NHS/University Post: The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust
Positions Held: Chair of the Speciality skills course in Orthopaedic for the Royal College of Surgeons both nationally and internationally, President of the Grosvenor Orthopaedic Club.

Mr Alasdair Santini is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics at The Royal Liverpool University and Broadgreen Hospitals where he specialises in knee replacements, revision knee replacements, partial knee replacements, hip replacements and knee arthroscopy.

Mr Santini studied at the University of Sheffield where he gained his primary medical qualification (MB ChB). Following his basic surgical training in Sheffield he was awarded his surgical fellowships from the Royal Colleges in both Glasgow and England (FRCSGlasg & FRCSEng). His higher surgical training was gained in the North West region. Subsequently he achieved the specialist fellowship in Trauma and Orthopaedics (FRCS Trauma & Orth) and then won a Royal College travelling fellowship to St Louis, USA.

Mr Santini became a consultant at the Royal Liverpool & Broadgreen University Hospital in 2005 where he specialises in primary and revision knee replacement, knee arthroscopy and hip replacement.

He is the orthopaedic clinical lead in infection control and prevention, having previously had a similar role in clinical audit. He is the lead clinician for the lower limb sub-directorate.

Mr Santini was instrumental in re-designing the then Core Skills Course in Orthopaedics at the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He chairs the organising committee and wrote and edited the accompanying book and DVD. Now under the name Specialist Skills in Orthopaedics, the course is run in five centres across the UK and this year, Mr Santini ran the first international course in Dubai. A similar course is planned for India in 2011.

He has an on-going research interest, having won over £30,000 in grants to run clinical trials in knee surgery. The results of these have been presented both nationally and internationally. He also lectures both nationally and internationally on knee surgery.

In 2008, he founded the Grosvenor Orthopaedic Club to promote education and research for hip and knee surgeons in Cheshire and Merseyside. The club meets four times a year and have been joined by a variety of international guest speakers.

Mr Santini was a keen fencer, captaining the University team but more recently enjoys skiing, scuba diving, hill climbing and following Scotland’s rugby internationals as a lifetime seat holder at Murrayfield.

Selected Publications in order of publication:

Fountain JR, Jakaraddi C, Pope J, Davidson JS & Santini AJA The Effect of Posterior Tibial Slope on Post-Operative Flexion & Functional Outcomes in Total Knee Arthroplasty. A Double Blinded Randomised Conrolled Trial. 
J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2010; 92-B:Supp III, 407

Jakaraddi CA, Garcia-Finana M, Neal T, Navin A, Davidson JS & Santini AJA In Vitro Elution Characteristics of Gentamicin and Teicoplanin Loaded CNW and Palacos Bone Cements. 
J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2010; 92-B:Supp III, 418

Jakaraddi CA, Metikala S, Wright D, Davidson JS & Santini AJA Use of the International Prostate Symptom Score in Predicting Urinary Retention after Total Hip Replacement J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 2008; 90-B:Supp III, 554

Santini AJA & Raut V
Ten-Year Survival Analysis of the PFC Total Knee Arthroplasty – A Surgeon’s First 99 Replacements. 
Int Orthop 2008; 32(4): 459-65

Hayton MJ, Santini AJA, Hughes PJ, Frostick SP, Trail IA & Stanley JK
 Botulinum Toxin For The Treatment of Tennis Elbow: A Double Blind Randomised Controlled Trial. 
J Bone Joint Surg (Am) 2005; 87-A: 503-507

Santini AJA & Walker CR.
First Metatarsophalangeal Joint Fusion – A Low Profile Plate Technique. 
Foot and Ankle Surgery 2001: 7; 15-21.

Kakarlapudi TK, Santini AJA, Shahane S & Douglas DL. The Cost of Treatment of Distal Radial Fractures.
Injury 2000: 31(4); 229-232.

Santini AJA & Douglas DL.
 Second Carpometacarpal Joint Dislocation – An Impossible Situation? The International Journal of Clinical Practice 1998: 52(7); 517-518.

Santini AJA & Frostick SP.
Complications.
In “Outcome Measures in Orthopaedics and Orthopaedic Trauma” 2nd Edition; Ed. Pynsent P, Fairbank J & Carr A, Hodder Arnold 2004, Chapter 9; p81 – 94

Santini AJA, Hayton MJ & Frostick SP.
 How Should You Treat Tennis Elbow? An Update.
In “Evidence-Based Sports Medicine” 2nd Edition, Ed. MacAuley D & Best T, BMJ Books 2007

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Jamie Carragher officially opens Bone and Joint Centre

Jamie Carragher opens new Orthopaedic Clinic

Liverpool footballer Jamie Carragher officially unveiled a new clinic which helped get him back onto the pitch following his shoulder injury.
 
The midfielder announced the opening of the Bone and Joint Centre, which will form an extension to the private Spire Liverpool Hospital, Mossley Hill.

Jamie was presented with a cheque for his 23 Foundation charity by Mr Peter Brownson, a nationally recognised expert in arthroscopic shoulder surgery and upper limb surgeon for Liverpool Football Club.

Mr Brownson treated the footballer at the Bone and Joint Centre after he dislocated his shoulder during a match in November, enabling him to return to the game last month, three-and-a-half weeks ahead of schedule.

He said: “I hate sitting on the side lines and thanks to the excellent care of Mr Brownson and his team I was able to get back into playing earlier than expected, for which I’m really thankful. The same goes for anybody in any profession, being out of action is just inconvenient.

“When it comes to our health, we need to be able to trust whoever is looking after us and I felt confident in the treatment I received. The new look Bone and Joint Centre feels more like a relaxing hotel than a hospital.”

The £200,000 clinic will feature state-of-the-art equipment including a premier mobile MRI scanning service and comprehensive diagnostic facilities.

A team of consultants specialising in all areas of orthopaedics including joint replacement, sports injuries, upper and lower limb surgery will practice at the new centre.

The unique clinic will now have the capacity to treat up to 100 patients each week in its three consulting rooms and services include a sports injury clinic specialising in musculo-skeletal conditions.

Mr Brownson said: “At the Bone and Joint Centre, patients have peace of mind from knowing they are being looked after by a team of leading orthopaedic consultants.
 
”We are able to offer a one stop shop for all orthopaedic conditions, from consultations and diagnostic services to leading-edge treatment and aftercare. All in modern, bespoke surroundings.

“Jamie’s recent injury reflects our commitment to patients – all receive a safe and quick service and in many cases can expect a fast recovery.”

Liz Cousins, hospital director at Spire Liverpool Hospital, said: “Our dedicated experts throughout Spire Liverpool Hospital provide a quality healthcare service in an organisation with a proven track record that is focused on comprehensive patient centred care.

“The Bone and joint Centre will provide an extensive service for patients in a technologically-advanced, relaxing new centre.”