Mr. Graham Lawton is a consultant specialising in Reconstructive Plastic & Hand Surgery, working at King Edward VII’s Hospital. He has a particular interest in hand surgery, limb reconstruction following trauma and peripheral nerve injury.
Mr. Lawton qualified from Medicine in 1998 from the University of London. He has served with the British Military in Kenya, Canada, Iraq, South Sudan, Afghanistan, and Oman. Having first-hand experience of military injuries he understands the consequences of physical trauma and this encouraged him to pursue a career in Surgery and specialise in Plastic Surgery for trauma reconstruction.
He completed his specialist plastic surgery training at the Queen Victoria Hospital East Grinstead. He then went on to undertake fellowship training in extremity reconstruction and major trauma at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham and Imperial College London, as well as training for peripheral nerve injury at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore.
His research interests include regenerative medicine, wounds, and physical trauma and he is a member of the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS).
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