Mr David Murray

Consultant Hand, Wrist and Elbow Surgeon

I am an experienced consultant who specialises in the treatment of all hand, wrist and elbow conditions.

After graduating from The University of Manchester in 2004, I now have over 12 years’ experience in orthopaedics. I completed my orthopaedic training in the Northwest region, which included a fellowship at the world-renowned Wrightington Hospital.

I am actively involved in teaching and research, and I’m an Honorary Senior University Lecturer for injuries of the hand and wrist.

I lecture and teach at conferences and meetings around the world, and have won prizes at national meetings for my work within the field.

I work closely with the medical teams of professional sports clubs and individuals, at regional and national level, offering advice and treatment of all hand, wrist and elbow injuries.

Specialises in

  • Minimally invasive arthroscopic procedures
  • Sports injuries
  • Base of thumb arthritis
  • Small joint replacement
  • Trigger finger release
  • Carpal tunnel decompression
  • Dupuytrens contracture (including injection therapy)
  • Tennis elbow

Special interests

  • Hand and wrist surgery
  • Elbow surgery
  • Sports injuries

Training and registration

  • The University of Manchester
  • Northwest Orthopaedic Training Rotation
  • Fellowship in Hand, Wrist and Elbow Surgery – Wrightington Hospital

Qualifications: MBChB, FRCS (T&O)

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Clinic Times

Wednesday 9.30am - 12.30pm
An initial consultation with Mr Murray is from £250
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