Hernia

This list shows every expert witness in the UK Register of Expert Witnesses who claims expertise in Hernia. Click on any expert witness to view full details. You may prefer to interactively search the Register.

Professor Johnson in SOUTHAMPTON
Surgery • Abdominal • Hernia • Gall bladder • Pancreas • Abdominal injury • Hernia arising at work • Laparoscopic surgery • Pancreatitis • Pancreatic cancer • Spleen • Pancreatic Society (Past President) • Association of Upper Gastrointestinal Surgeons...
Mr Di Franco in CAMBRIDGE
Laparoscopic and open surgery for hernias, including groin (inguinal and femoral) hernia, incisional hernia, umbilical hernia • Laparoscopic and open cholecystectomy • Diagnostic laparoscopy • Laparoscopic surgery for hiatus hernia and gastro-oesophageal reflux • Emergency abdominal surgery: peptic ulcer disease, appendicectomy, bowel obstruction, bowel perforation, acute cholecystitis, peritonitis, pancreatitis and trauma • Upper gastrointestinal endoscopy (gastroscopy) Cardiff University Bond...
Mr Thomas in SHEFFIELD
Surgery • Gastroenterology • Hepatobiliary surgery • Pancreatic surgery • Endocrine surgery • Hernia
Professor Sells in DENBIGH
Industrial injury (non-orthopaedic) • General surgery • Transplant surgery • Negligence • Hernia
Professor McMahon in LEEDS
Minimally invasive surgery & laparoscopic surgery • Surgery of gall bladder, biliary tract, liver & pancreas • Surgery of oesophagus, stomach & duodenum • General surgery, including the surgery of hernia repair • The management of inflammatory conditions of the pancreas • Nutritional support & intravenous nutrition • Surgical instruments • Laparoscopic instruments • Trocars & cannulas • Obesity surgery
Mr Rew in SOUTHAMPTON
I am a broadly trained and experienced Consultant General and Defence Trauma Surgeon and Surgical Oncologist in full-time NHS employment until early 2022. In recent years, I have specialised particularly in thyroid/parathyroid surgery and in the diagnosis and treatment of breast cancer. I was Editor in Chief of the European Journal of Surgical Oncology from 2003 to 2009, since when I have been the Subject Chair for Medicine of the SCOPUS citation system, in which role...
Mr Saharay in EPPING
General surgery • Gall bladder surgery • Hernia surgery • Colorectal surgery • Colorectal cancer • Laparoscopic cholecystectomy • Endocrine surgery • Thyroid surgery • Thyroid cancer • Parathyroid surgery • Road traffic accident injuries • Medical negligence & accidents • Endoscopy, minimal access & laparoscopic surgery
Mr Almond in BIRMINGHAM
Personal/occupational injury claims (abdominal trauma) Surgical negligence involving: • Emergency or elective general surgery (intestinal obstruction, peritonitis, appendicitis, abdominal pain, hernias) • Upper GI/hepatobiliary (gallbladder surgery, jaundice, splenectomy, hiatus hernia, reflux) • Sarcoma, adrenal tumours, GIST, neuroendocrine tumours • Endocrine surgery • Complications (anastomotic leak, ureteric injury) • Endoscopy, ERCP
Mr Sarela in LEEDS
Obesity • Weight loss surgery • Bariatric surgery • Gastric band • Gastric bypass • Sleeve gastrectomy • Gastric balloon • Laparoscopic surgery • Minimally invasive surgery • Keyhole surgery • Acid reflux • Anti-reflux surgery • Hiatus hernia surgery • Fundoplication • Gallstones • Gall bladder • Cholecystectomy • Bile leakage • Bile duct injury • Hernia • Cancer of the oesophagus • Oesophagectomy • Cancer of the stomach • Gastrectomy • Achalasia • Cardiomyotomy • Spleen • Splenectomy • Appendicitis • Appendicectomy • Intestinal obstruction • Peritonitis •...
Professor Jayne in LEEDS
Expert witness & medico-legal reports concerning the diagnosis & management of the following • General surgical patients, acute & elective • Gastrointestinal surgery, benign & malignant • Coloproctology • Laparoscopic & minimally invasive surgery • Gastrointestinal endoscopy • Surgical nutrition
Mr Gupta in ASHTEAD
General surgery • Colorectal surgery • Colorectal cancer • Haemorrhoid • Colonoscopy • Bowel surgery • Abdominal surgery • Fissure • Anal fistula • Missed bowel cancer • Intestinal fistula • Groin hernia • Stoma • Incisional hernia • Perianal abscess • Appendicectomy • Bowel obstruction • Volvulus • Inflammatory bowel disease • Rectal bleeding • Anastomotic leak • Abdominal pain • Diverticulitis • Perforation • Crohn's disease • Ulcerative colitis • Rectal prolapse • Appendicular mass • Peritonitis • Adhesions • Laparoscopic surgery • Pilonidal • Peritoneal...
Mr Ornstein in LONDON
All correspondence to: 23 Crown Street, Harrow, HA2 0HX. Laparoscopic surgery • General surgery • Personal injury • Clinical negligence • Hernia • Breast disease • Abdominal disease Consulting at London W1 and Guildford
Mr Hayden in LEEDS
Matters of medical negligence, causation & liability, & personal injury in relation to: • Bariatric surgery • Gastric band • Sleeve gastrectomy • Gastric bypass • Gall-bladder surgery • Cholecystectomy • Antireflux surgery • Fundoplication • Hiatus hernia • Cardiomyotomy • Complications of surgery • Oesophageal & stomach cancer • Emergency general surgery • Appendicectomy
Mr Sharma in MANCHESTER
Mr Sharma carries out elective and emergency surgery for issues pertaining to the gall bladder, small and large bowel and appendix. He has a special interest in colonoscopy, laparoscopic and minimally invasive surgery for colorectal cancer, small bowel malignancies, diverticular disease, inflammatory bowel disease, pelvic floor pathology, intrarectal intussusception, sphincter reconstruction, transanal microsurgery, surgery for incisional hernia and early rectal cancer.
Professor O'Dwyer in MANCHESTER
Professor O'Dwyer has developed a specialist practice in surgical oncology, managing rectal cancer, colon cancer and rare gastrointestinal cancers, including neuroendocrine and anal cancers. She is a leader in peritoneal surface malignancy, treating patients with cytoreductive surgery and intraperitoneal chemotherapy.
Mr Skidmore in LONDON
Surgical oncology: cancer management (breast, gut, bowel, skin, lung, etc.) • Diagnostic endoscopy, surgical nutrition, intensive care • Trauma surgery, personal injury & clinical negligence evaluation & reporting • Specific topics include: • Back injury • Bioscience • Breast cancer • Gastroenterology • Health & safety • Health care • Neck injury • Oncology • Sports medicine • Surgery: abdomen, chest, hernia, vascular, emergency • Sarcoma • Thoracic surgery • Surgical shock • Surgical referral...
Mr Smellie in LONDON
General surgery • Thyroid surgery • Parathyroid surgery • Hernia surgery • Laparoscopic surgery • Obesity surgery • Emergency surgery • Laparoscopic gastric band surgery
Mr Galloway in MANCHESTER
Mr Galloway has a special clinical interest in upper gastro-intestinal disease, gallstones and laparoscopic cholecystectomy, achalasia, cancer of the oesophagus and stomach, reflux disease, heartburn and hiatus hernia treatments, laparoscopic fundoplication, inguinal hernia, umbilical hernia, femoral hernia, incisional hernia and recurrent hernias, open and laparoscopic surgery with mesh, endoscopy-gastroscopy sigmoidoscopy.
Mr Evans in CHESTER
Laparoscopic surgery: laparoscopic cholecystectomy, diagnostic laparoscopy, laparoscopic antireflux surgery, laparoscopic appendicectomy • Abdominal wall & groin hernias, including inguinal, femoral & incisional hernias • Oesophageal & gastric cancer: investigation & treatment, including radical surgery • Emergency general surgery, including trauma, bowel perforation, peptic ulcer disease, gastrointestinal bleeding, acute pancreatitis • Diagnostic & therapeutic endoscopy, including gastroscopy...
Mr Duxbury in GLASGOW
Subspecialist interests: • Surgical management of pancreatic, liver, gallbladder & biliary tree disease • Emergency general surgery • Daycase surgery • Procedures: • Laparoscopic & open liver, pancreatic & biliary surgery (benign & malignant disease) • Laparoscopic & open cholecystectomy, bile duct exploration, management of bile duct injuries, splenectomy, hernia surgery, minor operations, e.g. skin lesions • Trained in endoscopic retrograde cholangiopancreatography (ERCP)
Mr Holme in HITCHIN
General & emergency surgery • Cancer diagnosis & treatment • Gall bladder surgery, including laparoscopic cholecystectomy • Hernia surgery • Colorectal surgery & diagnosis • Emergency surgery & complications • Cholecystectomy • Bowel resection • Complications of general surgery
Mr Thompson in LONDON
General surgery, including emergency work • Gastric surgery • Oesophageal surgery • Pancreatic surgery • Gall bladder surgery • Bariatric (obesity) surgery • Laparoscopic surgery
Mr Meleagros in LONDON
I have expertise and have prepared expert medico-legal reports in the following areas: • Laparoscopic and open colorectal surgery and complications • Laparoscopic, open, fundus first and subtotal cholecystectomy and complications • Laparoscopic and open inguinal hernia surgery • Bowel injury at gynaecological/surgical laparoscopic procedures • Anal sphincter injuries • Incisional and strangulated hernia • Appendicitis • Acute abdomen • Peritonitis • Diverticulitis • Intestinal fistula • Colovaginal fistula • Intestinal...
Mr Manson in SWANSEA
I am an experienced general/gastrointestinal surgeon. I have completed 40 years on the emergency rota and can provide opinions in any area relating to emergency general surgery. I am a specialist upper GI surgeon and my particular interest is surgery of the stomach, oesophagus and gall bladder, including malignant disease. I am an experienced endoscopist including a very large practice in therapeutic upper GI endoscopy (stenting, dilatation, ablation, endoscopic mucosal resection). I have provided...
Mr Sagor in LONDON
I am Geoffrey Sagor MB ChB ChM FRCS, General Surgeon with a specialist interest in gastro-intestinal, gallstone, laparoscopic (keyhole) and hernia surgery. I graduated from Cape Town University Medical School with a Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery degree (MB ChB). I became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England by examination in 1972 (FRCS). I obtained a Master of Surgery degree (ChM)in 1982. (Title of thesis: The hormonal mechanism of intestinal adaptation)....
Mr Smith in MANCHESTER
Management of benign and malignant rectal lesions, with special interest in laparoscopic and minimally invasive procedures. Mr Smith has a wealth of competencies, with specific clinical interest in: • Management of non-variceal upper gastrointestinal (GI) bleeding • Percutaneous endoscopic gastrostomy (PEG) tube insertion • Colonoscopic polypectomy • Banding of haemorrhoids • Argon beam photocoagulation • Endoscopic mucosal resection (EMR) for colonic polyps
Mr Holmes in THORNEY
General surgery • Coloproctology • Oncology & cancer surgery • Hernia surgery • Abdominal injuries & trauma • Surgical & post-operative care • Upper & lower gastrointestinal endoscopy
Mr Banerjee in PETERBOROUGH
Independent Consultant Surgeon & Endoscopist • Honorary Consultant Colorectal Surgeon, QAH • Consultant Gastroenterologist, Mediscan • Honorary Senior Fellow, Clinical Skills Centre, Nottingham University • Expertise: • General surgery • Trauma surgery & injury cases • Colorectal & abdominal surgery • Endoscopy, including gastroscopy & colonoscopy • Laparoscopic surgery • Intestinal & hernia surgery • Rectal & anal surgery • Gastroenterology • Pharmaceutical medicine • Risk management • Drug safety • Regulatory • Clinical development
Mr Singh in NOTTINGHAM
I am a senior-most Consultant Paediatric Surgeon at Nottingham University Hospital, since 2001. My special interests are neonatal surgery, gastrointestinal surgery, trauma and laparoscopic surgery. I am an examiner for the Intercollegiate Board in Paediatric Surgery for all the four colleges of surgeons in the UK. I have been Consultant Paediatric Surgeon at CNMC Washington DC and Chief of Paediatric Surgery at West Virginia University Hospital, USA. I have over 40 publications in peer-reviewed...

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