Upper limb conditions – DVT, Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS), ischaemia, trauma.
Thoracic Outlet Syndrome (TOS) – upper limb condition affecting nerves, veins and arteries.
Limb ischaemia – Leg and arm – acute and chronic.
Major limb amputation (below knee, through knee, above knee, hip disarticulation).
Minor amputation of toes/partial foot amputation (amputation of ray, transmetatarsal amputation.
Compartment syndrome – including Well Leg Compartment Syndrome (WLCS) post laparoscopic surgery.
Carotid artery surgery for stroke prevention.
False aneurysm and their complications – including post angiography/angioplasty, arterial puncture for other procedures and considerable expertise in patients with complication of Intravenous Drug Use (IVDU).
Deep vein thrombosis DVT – – Leg and arm traumatic/post-surgery/spontaneous.
Lymphoedema – traumatic, post-surgery.
Varicose Veins – complications post intervention – Surgery, Sclerotherapy (traditional and ultrasound guided foam sclerotherapy), Endothermal ablation (radiofrequency and laser ablation).
Thread veins, spider veins – Microsclerotherapy, complications post intervention.
Vascular trauma – arterial and venous.
Personal injury and medical negligence reports, including the formats of:
Breach of duty, causation and liability reports.
Condition and prognosis reports.
Preliminary case assessments.