Miss Dimitra Leivadiotou - Orthopaedics - Springfield Hospital

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Miss Dimitra Leivadiotou - Orthopaedics

Miss Dimitra Leivadiotou is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Hertfordshire and Essex who specialises in Upper Limb Surgery

Based at: Springfield Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website

Clinical interests

Shoulder and elbow disorders, Complex Upper limb trauma.

Shoulder impingement, Rotator cuff Pathology, Shoulder instability, Shoulder and Elbow Arthritis.

Ulnar neuritis, Carpal tunnel, tennis and golfers’ elbow.

Academic background

Miss Leivadiotou completed her Medical Degree at the Aristotle University of Thessaloniki after she was awarded Sports Scholarship holding the national record in 100m sprint for under 18s.

She completed her postgraduate trauma and orthopaedic training in Greece, the UK, Sweden and Canada.

Miss Leivadiotou completed 2 years fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow Surgery in the UK and abroad.

She completed the Calvert Fellowship in Upper Limb in London and subsequently worked at the Internationally renowned Trauma and Sports Medicine Institute at Karolinska University, Stockholm, Sweden.

She then spent a year in Toronto, Canada, completing the prestigious Upper Extremity Fellowship at Sunnybrook Hospital, the largest tertiary trauma centre in Canada.

The focus of her fellowships was the modern arthroscopic and open surgical techniques in the treatment of Upper Extremity Orthopaedic conditions.

Miss Leivadiotou has extensively published in peer-review journals and has an active role in teaching Orthopaedic trainees in her NHS practice.

Professional Memberships

British Elbow and Shoulder Society
Royal College of Surgeons Of Edinburgh

NHS base

Princess Alexandra Hospital

01245 200307