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  • Consultants from Coriel Orthopaedic Group

    Meet our team of Specialist Orthopaedic Consultants Consultants See more ANKLE SPRAINS AND INSTABILITY FLAT FEET HEEL PAIN Read More Mr. Zain Abiddin Foot and Ankle Specialist ROTATOR CUFF TEARS ARTHRITIS OF THE SHOULDER TENNIS/GOLFERS ELBOW Read More Mr. Madhavan Papanna Shoulder and Elbow Specialist BURSITIS/TROCHANTERIC PAIN OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE HIP OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE Read More Mr. Andrew Bruce Hip and Knee Specialist KNEE SPORTS INJURIES KNEE LIGAMENT INJURIES OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE Read More Mr. Paul Haslam Knee Specialist FROZEN SHOULDER OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE SHOULDER SHOULDER INSTABILITY Read More Mr. Scott MacInnes Shoulder and Elbow Specialist CARPAL TUNNEL SYNDROME TRIGGER FINGER DUPUYTREN’S DISEASE Read More Mr. Dan Morell Hand and Wrist Specialist OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE HIP HIP IMPINGEMENT & LABRAL INJURIES OSTEOARTHRITIS OF THE KNEE Read More Mr. Shankar Thiagarajah Hip and Knee Specialist FOREFOOT PAIN (METATARSALGIA) FLAT FEET BIG TOE DEFORMITY (BUNIONS) Read More Mr. Antony Wilkinson Foot and Ankle Specialist FOREFOOT PAIN (METATARSALGIA) FLAT FEET BIG TOE DEFORMITY (BUNIONS) Read More Mr. Tommy Chan Foot and Ankle Specialist

  • Coriel Orthopaedic Group | Elbow Injuries | South Yorkshire

    Our surgical group provides world-class expertise, using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. Coriel Orthopaedic Group Discover More Contact Us We have passionate specialists, covering and treating a range of conditions. Orthopaedic Expertise, Personal Care Discover More Contact Us We have passionate specialists that will take care of you, every step of the way. Outstanding Patient Care Discover More Contact Us Our specialists treat a wide range of sports-related injuries, ensuring you can get back to doing what you love! Get Back To Doing The Things You Love Discover More Contact Us Our surgical group provides world-class expertise, using state-of-the-art diagnostic equipment. Coriel Orthopaedic Group Discover More Contact Us Foot and Ankle Specialist Mr. Zain Abiddin Shoulder and Elbow Specialist Mr. Madhavan Papanna Hip and Knee Specialist Mr. Andrew Bruce Knee Specialist Mr. Paul Haslam Shoulder and Elbow Specialist Mr. Scott MacInnes Hand and Wrist Specialist Mr. Dan Morell Hip and Knee Specialist Mr. Shankar Thiagarajah Foot and Ankle Specialist Mr. Antony Wilkinson Foot and Ankle Specialist Mr. Tommy Chan Coriel specialists are all consultants at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust. We have joined forces to share our expertise – linking surgical excellence to deliver better outcomes for patients. ​ We cover a wide range of Orthopaedic services including shoulder, elbow, wrist, hand, hip, knee, foot and ankle. All of our Specialists are experts in their field having undertaken thousands of surgical procedures. ​ We cover a wide area across South Yorkshire and North Nottinghamshire, with access to two private hospitals and a full range of diagnostic services. ABOUT CORIEL See all Consultants CORIEL ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP Patient Reviews Patient satisfaction and wellbeing is at the core of what we do at Coriel Orthopaedic Group. Here is what our patients have to say about their experiences with us. Our Team Check out all of our Testimonials here Latest News CORIEL ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP About Arthritis of the Shoulder Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. In a diseased shoulder, inflammation causes pain and stiffness. ... Arthritis of the Shoulder View Treatment About Rotator Cuff Tears A rotator cuff tear is a common cause of pain and disability among adults. Each year, almost half a million ... Rotator Cuff Tears View Treatment About knee sports injuries Injuring your knee whilst playing sport is common and some sports increase the risk of hurting your knees such as ... Knee Sports Injuries View Treatment About Knee Arthritis Arthritis is inflammation of one or more of your joints. Pain, swelling, and stiffness are the primary symptoms of arthritis. Any ... Knee Arthritis View Treatment About hip impingement Hip impingement, or femoroacetabular impingement (FAI), is a condition where the bones in the hip joint are abnormally shaped. Usually, either ... Hip Impingement & Labral Injuries View Treatment About osteoarthritis Osteoarthritis is a condition that can affect any joint in the body, however, it most often affects the knees, hips and the ... Osteoarthritis of the Hip View Treatment About forefoot pain Forefoot pain describes any pain in or around the ball of the foot in the metatarsal region. There are several conditions ... Forefoot Pain (Metatarsalgia) View Treatment About toe deformities Deformities of the smaller toes include hammertoes, claw toes and mallet toes. We can treat toe deformities in Sheffield, Rotherham, Doncaster ... Toe Deformities View Treatment About Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Carpal Tunnel Syndrome is where a nerve in your wrist gets compressed which can result in weakness and numbness in ... Carpal Tunnel Syndrome View Treatment About hand and wrist arthritis When the joints are affected by arthritis, activities of daily living can be difficult. Arthritis can occur in many ... Hand and Wrist Arthritis View Treatment Specialist Treatments CORIEL ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP Check out all of our Treatments here Find us The Coriel Clinic, 138 Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4BA Call us 07946 396194 01302 238291 Email us enquiries@corielortho.com Contact us First name* Last name* Email* Phone* Message* Submit Orthopaedic surgery is a specialty dealing with acute injuries, congenital and acquired disorders and chronic arthritic or overuse conditions of the bones, joints and their associated soft tissues, including ligaments, nerves and muscles. ​ With vast combined experience in the healthcare sector, our specialist consultants work together to provide exceptional personalised patient care. ​ From sports injuries to general bone complications, we specialise in a wide range of Orthopaedic conditions. Our consultants can diagnose and treat many of these including those of the hands, wrists, nerves and feet. ​ Our friendly team are professional and will treat you with complete compassion and care; therefore you can be assured that you will receive the best possible treatment. View the list of conditions and treatments below. Our Specialities View All CORIEL ORTHOPAEDIC GROUP Shoulder & Elbow Conditions Hand & Wrist Conditions Knee Conditions Hip & Groin Conditions Foot & Ankle Conditions

  • Mr. Tommy Chan | Foot and Ankle Specialist | Coriel

    Mr. Tommy Chan BSc (Hons) MSc FRCPodS Foot and Ankle Specialist Podiatric foot & ankle reconstruction Foot and ankle deformity reconstruction Foot and ankle arthritis Foot and ankle tendon and ligament injuries High risk limb salvage surgery Ultrasound guided regional anaesthesia Key hole / minimally invasive surgery Traditional open foot surgery All forefoot pathologies inc: hallux valgus (bunion), tailor’s bunion, hallux rigidus / limitus, hammer toes, metatarsalgia, neuroma, toe lengthening and shortening surgeries All midfoot and hindfoot pathologies inc: arthritis, flat feet, pes cavus, tendinopathy / tendonitis including the Achilles tendon Heel pain and plantar fasciitis Limb salvage surgery including diabetic foot, Charcot neuroarthropathy Enquire Now Mr Tommy Chan qualified in 2009 with a keen interest in the surgical management of foot and ankle conditions. He went on to complete a Masters of Science in the Theory of Podiatric Surgery with the University of Huddersfield. He commenced his surgical training in 2014 at the highly reputable Department of Podiatric Surgery at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. Following the completion of his surgical training he was awarded Fellowship with the Royal College of Podiatry, Faculty of Podiatric Surgery, UK and subsequently attained his Certificate of Completion of Podiatric Surgical Training in 2021. His training has taken him to both Europe and Asia, gaining a wealth of experience in foot and ankle surgery. Developing a keen interest in minimally invasive surgery and high-risk limb salvage surgery, which is complimented with his proficiency in the use of ultrasound. As a Consultant, Mr Tommy Chan is committed to lifelong learning in the interest of clinical excellence. In 2021, he served as a committee member and in 2023 was elected as the Regional Chair of the Northern Deanery with the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery. He has previously worked as an external faculty instructor with the Vascular Society for Great Britain and Ireland, helping train the next generation in diabetic foot management. Mr Tommy Chan is a visiting lecturer to the University of Huddersfield and is also a registered surgical tutor and national examiner with the Royal College of Podiatry, Faculty of Podiatric surgery. He is able to see patients at Woodthorpe Hospital in Nottingham, Ilkeston Commnity Hospital, Kinvara Hospital, and The Coriel Clinic. Find us The Coriel Clinic, 138 Beckett Road, Doncaster DN2 4BA Call us 07946 396194 01302 238291 Email us enquiries@corielortho.com Contact us First name* Last name* Email* Phone* Message* Submit

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  • What is a Baker’s Cyst? – Treatment & Causes

    A large baker’s cyst What is a Baker’s Cyst? A Baker’s cyst is also known as a popliteal cyst and is a collection of fluid at the back of the knee. A lump develops behind the knee. They are very common. Keep reading to find out about Baker’s Cyst treatment, as well as common causes. We offer specialist orthopaedic treatment in Doncaster & Sheffield to get you back to feeling like yourself. What Causes a Baker’s Cyst & when should I get treatment? There is a gap in the capsule (joint lining) that allows the synovial fluid to escape from the joint. The small gap acts as a one-way valve so the cyst can increase in size. I’m worried about the cyst – is it nothing to worry about? It’s normal to be concerned about any lump in your body so it’s worth getting it checked out to make sure that’s what it is. An Ultrasound or MRI scan can confirm the diagnosis. A Baker’s cyst is nothing to worry about. MRI showing a baker’s cyst What happens to the cyst over time? Most patients live happily with their cyst and have no treatment for it. Occasionally the cyst may burst, and this causes intense pain and swelling on the calf. Sometimes patients present with a ruptured Baker’s cyst for the first time. The cyst can develop again over time as the valve at the back of the knee is still present. What symptoms does a Baker’s cyst cause? Swelling and pain at the back of the knee. Large cysts can make it difficult to fully bend your knee and produce pressure effects on the local structures. Pain radiating into the calf and a dragging sensation can be due to the cyst. What is the treatment for a baker’s cyst? Most cysts can be left alone especially if they don’t cause problems. Treatment for the cyst depends on whether there is damage inside the knee joint that needs addressing. If there is a cartilage problem or osteoarthritis this may take priority over the cyst. Addressing the knee problem may reduce the cyst but it may be advisable to remove the cyst surgically. An aspiration (removal of fluid with a needle) tends to give only temporary relief. What happens during surgery for a Baker’s Cyst? Most surgeons will make a big incision at the back of the knee to try to remove the cyst that way. It is very difficult to get deep enough to remove the valve so the recurrence rate with surgery is high. Mr Haslam has developed a keyhole method for removal of the Baker’s cyst from the inside, three small incisions are made, and the valve is removed from the back of the knee. The cyst then cannot form. In over 40 cases Mr Haslam has shown this is a reliable and safe technique. I have seen an Orthopaedic Surgeon for Baker’s Cyst treatment & they advised me to leave it alone? Most surgeons don’t like operating on cysts as the success rate from open surgery is low and operating at the back of the knee has a small risk of damage to nerves and blood vessels. The surgeon may not know about a keyhole way of performing the surgery so if you are not happy then ask to see a specialist with an interest in keyhole surgery for Baker’s Cysts. Mr Haslam has 15 years of experience in the surgical treatment of Baker’s Cysts. Get in touch with us to get professional treatment today: Get In Touch

  • An Orthopaedic Surgeon’s Sabbatical with a Difference!

    What did I do on my orthopaedic surgeon sabbatical? I’ve been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in Doncaster since 2006; I’ve however been an officer in the Royal Army Medical Corps (RAMC) reserves since 1992. I’ve managed to balance work, home and military commitment fairly successfully throughout training and consultant practice. I’ve deployed on operations to Camp Bastion, Afghanistan in 2007 and 2012 and again this year as part of a small surgical team in support of operations in the wider middle east. The deployment process Pre-deployment These deployments don’t happen overnight, there’s a fairly lengthy process – from nomination to confirmation to preparation to mobilisation to deployment and finally demobilisation. This involves discussion with employers to get their support for you to be away from work for 6 months or more, to support time for training, and more importantly for discussion with family to get their support, as it would be impossible to deploy without family support. Once nominated (up to a year in advance) and confirmed, the first job is to meet the team you are part of, in my case one of 4 individuals to join a team from a formed unit. Work-up training then took place over 7 months prior to mobilisation in January 2022. This consisted of a number of weekends at various military areas honing military skills (Weapons Handling and Marksmanship, first aid, fitness, CBRN etc) to the required standard, as well as working together as a small medical team and honing required skills to cover all eventualities whilst deployed, including specialist courses required for deployment to an austere environment. The inevitable plethora of vaccinations required occurred: covid, flu, hep B, and anthrax to name a few. Time for deployment Mobilisation occurred in early January 2022; there followed 2 ½ months of pre-Deployment training to tick all the boxes. Paperwork was collated for each member of the team to confirm registration, health status, dental fitness and readiness. This culminates with 2 medical training exercises, each of 2-3 days, where the medical and team working capabilities are tested using simulated casualties that may be expected on operational deployments. Finally, the day for deployment arrives and the team meet at RAF Brize Norton for check-in for the flight to Cyprus, and then onward transfer to the operational theatre. During the tour, which unfortunately remains confidential and non-discussable, I had to return home on compassionate grounds as unfortunately my mother died whilst I was deployed. I returned to theatre after a week to complete my duties. The end of my orthopaedic surgeon sabbatical After 3 months deployed (including the platinum jubilee) and handing over to our replacement team, the return from operations occurs once again through Cyprus and Brize Norton. A brief welcome home and demobilisation, after which all leave accrued during mobilisation must be taken before return to normal work in the NHS. After nearly 2 months leave spent with the family the day arrives when the real world crashes in and “Normal Life” resumes at work with the inevitable questions, most of which have to remain unanswered for security reasons. A somewhat difficult transformation from Military to Civilian life with a formal return to practice programme to mitigate any skill fade whilst deployed. Once again I am grateful for the support received from my employer and colleagues to allow my deployment to have occurred. More importantly, I am eternally grateful to my wonderful wife, Pamela, and my children, Charlotte, Ollie, Eddie and Henry – without whose support and love my military activities would not have been possible. Contact Us For Treatment

  • Consultant Podiatric Surgeon Elected to Council of Royal College of Podiatry

    Mr Tony Wilkinson, Lead Consultant Podiatric Surgeon at Doncaster and Bassetlaw Teaching Hospitals (DBTH), has been elected to the Council of the Royal College of Podiatry. The Royal College of Podiatry, representing registered chiropodists and podiatrists in the United Kingdom, has chosen Mr Wilkinson for a three-year term on its Council. Sitting on the Board of Directors, he will contribute to strategic planning, advocate for diversity and inclusion, and encourage membership engagement within the podiatric profession. With over 25 years of experience in podiatry, Mr Wilkinson’s expertise and skill has benefited countless patients, conducting over 15,000 surgical procedures during his career to-date. After gaining his fellowship in Podiatric Surgery in 1997, Tony continued his training as a Specialty Registrar in Podiatric Surgery before being appointed as a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon in 2002. No stranger to a leadership role in the podiatry community, Tony was later elected Dean of the Faculty of Podiatric Surgery in 2009, a post which he held for three years. During this time, he was responsible for leading the strategic development of the profession on behalf of the College of Podiatry. With a strong passion for continual development, Tony has built a solid reputation for clinical excellence and is committed to providing the best care possible at DBTH as Clinical Head of Podiatric Surgery. In his role at the Trust, the Podiatric Surgeon conducts both elective surgeries and conservative treatments (non-surgical) to the foot and ankle including injection therapy and diagnostic ultrasounds. Mr Wilkinson also lends his skill to other departments in the Trust, supporting colleagues in the diabetic foot protection team by performing provide limb salvage surgery for diabetic patients. In 2019, Tony was awarded Fellowship of the Faculty of Podiatric medicine within the Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow for outstanding contributions to the profession. Speaking about his appointment, Mr Wilkinson said: “I am delighted to be elected by my peers to sit as a council member. I have passion for driving the profession delivering high standards of advanced practice for all. I’m looking forward to working with stakeholders to secure the future of Podiatry.” Heather Jackson, Director of Allied Health Professions at the DBTH, said: “It is fantastic to see our Allied Health Professionals representing and influencing at a national level and is testimony to Tony’s dedication and hard work. I am sure he will add huge value to the Royal College of Podiatry.”

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