Mr Daniel Williams is a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon based at the London Clinic. His NHS practice is Barts Health NHS Trust and he provides elective and trauma care at London's busiest major trauma centre, The Royal London Hospital, and at Whipps Cross Hospital. He takes an evidence-based approach to clinical practice and prides himself on clear communication with his patients.
He has specialist interests in the following areas:
Mr Williams qualified in medicine at the University of Bristol Medical School and completed his Orthopaedic specialty training in London on the renowned Percivall Pott Rotation. After receiving his Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons in 2017, he undertook a two-year fellowship at the Brisbane Hand and Upper Limb Unit in Australia. He is highly trained and proficient in all areas of upper limb surgery including trauma, arthroscopic wrist and shoulder procedures, microsurgery, and joint replacements (shoulder and hand). He specialises in complex trauma, minimally invasive wrist surgery, and small joint arthroplasty.
Mr Williams is actively involved in teaching and research and he is regularly invited as a faculty member on national courses. He also teaches in the QMUL Trauma Sciences MSC Programme. He is also involved in research and has had his work published in international peer-reviewed journals and specialist textbooks. Additionally, he has presented at both national and international meetings.