Mr Bruce obtained his medical degree from the University of Sheffield in 1993. He undertook basic surgical training in South Yorkshire. His Orthopaedic training took place in Durham, Whitehaven and on the South Trent Rotation based in Leicester. He undertook Fellowship training in Coventry, learning advanced techniques in complex primary Hip replacement surgery and all facets of revision (re-do) Hip surgery.
He was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon in Doncaster in 2006.
He is an honorary Defence Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma surgeon and has served over 30 years in the reserve forces holding the rank of Lieutenant Colonel. He undertook two tours of Afghanistan at Camp Bastion Field Hospital.
His main areas of practice are hip and knee replacement and revision hip surgery.
He has a significant interest in the assessment and treatment of Greater Trochanteric Pain Syndrome (GTPS) and Trochanteric bursitis.
Mr Bruce is on the General Medical Council (GMC) specialist register for Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, certified by the Royal College of Surgeons of England and is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), British Hip Society (BHS), British Medical Association (BMA) and the Combined Services Orthopaedic Society (CSOS).
He is Married to Pamela and has 4 Children and a menagerie of 3 Dogs, 2 cats and 2 turtles. His Interests include Golf, Skiing and cycling. His philosophy and ethos is to provide high quality, individualised patient centred care with consistent results.Email Secretary
@PaulCaden1 I have just had a quote of £160 to change a radiator. The radiator is extra which costs £120. New valves £20. The £160 includes pipe alterations. The old sizes do not match the new ones so pipes often need shortening etc. that’s the tricky part for DIY.