Professor David Warwick

MD BM FRCS FRCS (Orth)
European Diploma of Hand Surgery

David Warwick was born in 1962 and attended Southend High School for boys in Essex, where he obtained A grades in Latin, Greek and Ancient History Advanced Level studies, before reading Medicine at Southampton Medical School (1980-86). He is married and has three children. He learned to fly with the RAF. He enjoys driving his sports car, cycling, skiing, keep fit and windsurfing. Most of all he enjoys time with his wife and three children.

David trained in basic surgery in Bristol, and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 1989 in London. He then specialised in Orthopaedic Surgery for the next seven years as a Registrar and Senior Registrar on the South West Regional Training Scheme. He qualified as an Orthopaedic Surgeon (FRCS Orth) in 1996 and then undertook specialised training in Hand and Wrist surgery in Oxford UK and Sydney Australia. He was appointed as a Consultant at Southampton University Hospitals in 1998 and Reader in Orthopaedic Surgery in 2008.

In 2013 he was promoted to Professor in recognition of his international reputation in research, leadership and eductation. He was also awarded the highly prestigious National Bronze Clinical Excellence Award in recognition of his work for the NHS. ”

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David Warwick is Club Surgeon for Southampton Football Club

My Promise To You

When you come to my Hand Clinic, I will do my best to diagnose your problem, learn about what you want and help you decide what is best for you. I will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each potential treatment. Although surgical treatment might be needed, wherever possible we try safe and simple non-operative treatments such as therapy and injections. When these methods have been tried or are not suitable then between we will consider and decide on the best surgical options together.

My approach to practice and delivering the best for my patients is centred on a team effort. When you contact the Hand Clinic, my personal assistant Rachel will make an appointment to suit you. My own dedicated Hand Therapy team will provide very thorough support. If you need surgery then my anaesthetic colleague Dr Max Jonas will explain everything to you and make the procedure perfectly safe.

I am always happy to respond to a telephone call or email at any time to discuss any aspects of your care.

Professor David Warwick - CV
Mosaic Orthopaedic Care

The Hand Clinic is part of the Mosaic Orthopaedic Care. A team of likeminded colleagues, each a university teaching hospital consultant and an expert in his own field.

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