Mr Nicholas Goddard

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MB, BS, FRCS

Specialties Orthopaedic surgery

Special interests Hand & Wrist, Sports Injuries, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupuytren's, Percutaneous Techniques, Trigger Finger, Osteoarthritis, Thumb Joint Replacement, Scaphoid Fractures, Tennis Injuries, Knee replacement, Surgery for bleeding disorders (Haemophilia)

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    Mr Nicholas Goddard was appointed Consultant in January 1990 having qualified in 1978 from Medical College of St Bartholomew"s Hospital, University of London. He holds a number of Honorary Orthopaedic Surgeon posts at Dispensaire Francais in London, Surrey County Cricket Club, and the Royal Ballet School. He is also Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and Chairman of the Medical Advisory Committee at The Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth, and an Examiner for MB BS (University of London), IMCRS (Royal College of Surgeons of England), and for the European Diploma in Hand Surgery.

    Mr Goddard has 48 publications in peer reviewed journals covering many aspects of orthopaedics, but in particular recent publications regarding joint replacement, sports injuries, wrist and hand injuries and surgery for haemophilia. He also has 18 invited publications in non-peer reviewed journals, 24 book chapters, and is the co-editor of one book regarding the Surgical Management of Haemophilia.

    Mr Goddard is also involved in Medico-Legal work and undertakes a wide variety of instructions involving both personal injury and medical negligence claims, reviewing records, preparing reports, attending conferences and court appearances. He has recently contributed to a meeting of the Association of Personal Injury Lawyers regarding aspects of back injuries. His experience to date involves over two thousand personal injury cases and 250 negligence cases.

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    Hand & Wrist, Sports Injuries, Carpal Tunnel Syndrome, Dupuytren's, Percutaneous Techniques, Trigger Finger, Osteoarthritis, Thumb Joint Replacement, Scaphoid Fractures, Tennis Injuries, Knee replacement, Surgery for bleeding disorders (Haemophilia)

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