Dan graduated from the University of Leeds in 2005 and began his surgical career training in the hospitals around West Yorkshire. In 2011 he joined the Orthopaedic rotation in South Yorkshire and completed his FRCS in 2015. After discovering his passion for hand surgery, he undertook the prestigious Advanced Training Post Fellowship at the World renowned Pulvertaft Hand Centre in Derby. To advance his skills in microsurgery he also spent time at Ganga Miscrosurgical unit in India. In 2018 Dan began his Consultant career as a Hand and Wrist Surgeon at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching hospitals.
Dan prides himself in keeping up to date with the latest evidenced based practice and providing excellent care for his patients. He aims to perform many of the procedures normally performed under general anaesthetic under local anaesthetic and is forever pushing the boundaries of hand surgery for the benefit of his patients and their surgical journey. Dan understands the importance of a quick recovery and all procedures he performs are done as a day case.
Dan performs all aspects of hand and wrist surgery including wrist arthroscopy and small joint replacement. He believes in looking after all the little details in all areas of his work so from the first consultation to the final stitch you can rest assured he will be taking great care of you.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.