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Knees, Shoulders And Trauma

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Practice & Interests

Nigel Rossiter is happy to see patients with all Orthopaedic and Trauma related problems.

His particular interests are in:
 - All aspects of Orthopaedic Trauma and Post-Trauma related issues
- Knee surgery, including osteotomy and patello-femoral disorders
 - Soft tissue Shoulder surgery
 - Bone Infection
 - Limb Deformity

Knee conditions treated
 - Knee pain
 - Meniscal ("sports cartilage") injuries
 - Articular cartilage ("joint lining cartilage") problems
 - Ligamentous injuries (including ligament reconstruction)
 - Osteotomies
 - Patello-femoral issues - including dislocations and tracking problems
- Arthritis
 
For further information patients can click on: www.hipandkee.tv
or: Your Orthopedic Connection - Knee & Leg 

Shoulder conditions treated
 - Instability / dislocations
 - Impingement
 - Calcific tendonopathy
 - SLAP lesions / Biceps tendon problems
 - Acromio-clavicular joint problems
 - Frozen shoulder / Adhesive Capsulitis
 - Rotator cuff tears

For further information patients can click on: Shoulder Doc as an excellent reference site for all aspects of shoulder conditions and surgery (provided by kind permission of Mr Len Funk). Almost all conditions, procedures and techniques described on this site are seen and performed by Mr Rossiter.

Orthopaedic Trauma
 - All fractures
 - Special interest in Pelvic and Acetabular fractures
 - Soft tissue injuries
 - Sports injuries (seen often in conjunction with Sports Medicine service at The Hampshire Clinic)
 - Post Orthopaedic Trauma related issues (including malunion, non-union, infection)
 - Amputations and post-amputation related problems (including Ertl techniques) [many of the patients being seen in conjunction with Dorset Orthopaedics - world leading limb fitting company.]

For further information patients can click on: Your Orthopedic Connection - Injury , or, AO Surgery Reference 

Bone infection & Limb deformity
 - Acute or chronic bone infection (not including infection in joint replacements)
 - Congenital or post-Traumatic acquired limb deformity

Further information for patients on almost all aspects of Orthopaedics and Trauma can be searched on the following website, click on: Your Orthopaedic Connection 

Mr Rossiter is happy to see patients with any other Orthopaedic related problem. If the problem requires surgery (and is not listed above) he may undertake this himself, or, organise this with one of his colleagues in the North Hampshire Orthopaedic Surgeons group, if appropriate, or elsewhere. His colleagues are (click on the name for individual details / websites):
Mr Neil P Thomas
Mr John M Britton 
Mr Geoff J Stranks
Mr Jonathan L Hobby
Mr Kevin S Conn 
Mr James D F Calder
Mr Richard J Harker
Mr Adrian J Wilson
Mr Dominic W N Simon
Mr Robin R Elliot
Mr Mike J Risebury

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