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Mr Will Mason - Orthopaedics

Mr Will Mason is a Consultant Orthopaedic Consultant at Winfield Hospital in Gloucester who specialises in hand and wrist surgery.

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Clinical interests

Mr Mason is an Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in upper limb surgery, particularly of the hand and wrist. Apart from treating common hand, wrist and shoulder disorders I have an interest in children's hand disorders, tendon reconstruction and the management of spasticity in the upper limb, including cerebral palsy. I also have an interest in hand injuries and have established a hand trauma clinic in Gloucester. I perform arthroscopic surgery for the wrist and shoulder.

Previously I have presented and published widely in Orthopaedics but my current focus outside my clinical practice is on education of Junior Doctors. I strongly believe that much of the improvement from hand surgery relates to the all-important aftercare provided by expert hand therapists. For this reason I maintain close links with all the hand therapists I work with to ensure that my patients receive the best possible holistic treatment both before and after surgery.

Academic background

I qualified in Cambridge and undertook my general surgical training in Bath, Bristol and Newport. My Orthopaedic training was in Southampton and at the end of this I had the opportunity to work in Sydney for a year's fellowship at Royal North Shore Hospital, a large tertiary referral centre where I gained experience in all aspects of hand surgery.

Professional Memberships

British Society for Surgery of the Hand, British Orthopaedic Association

NHS base

Gloucestershire Royal Hospital

Clinic Times

Friday pm

01452 306009