Mr Peter Hughes

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 Peter Hughes is a senior Orthopaedic Surgeon with a special interest in surgery of the shoulder and elbow. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Medical Education at the University of Manchester.  He has held a  post as an upper limb surgeon at Lancashire Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust for over 20 years working predominently at Chorley District General Hospital. He also sees patients at Euxton Hall, Fulwood Hall and Renacres Hall Hospitals  and has been a pioneer in developing shoulder arthroscopy within these units. He is a member of the British Shoulder and Elbow Society and is actively involved in orthopaedic and surgical training. He is immediate Past President and former Secretary of the North West Upper Limb Group. He was chair of the organising committee of the 2022 British Shoulder and Elbow Society Anual Scientific Meeting. He is Independent Sector Surgical Training Lead for North West Deanery

This webpage has been developed for the benefit of existing patients. It contains information on upper limb surgical procedures as performed by Mr Hughes. It includes information on physiotherapy regimes for the various procedures undertaken. To find regimes, follow the links on the right to the particular procedure. It should be remembered that the rehabilitation advice given here is very general. Patients should listen carefully to the advice of their own physiotherapist as each patient will be given their own personal rehabilitation programme.

This 'Mr Hughes webpage'  also includes a summary of the surgeon's current and previous research interests together with a summary of courses which Mr Hughes has attended. Follow the links above to see this information.

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