Professor Adam Watts is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Manchester, UK. He was awarded his medical degree by the University of London in 1997, before going on to specialise in orthopaedics. Having carried out a huge number of arthroscopic procedures during his post graduate training, he has become an expert in shoulder, elbow, wrist, and hand arthroscopy.
Professor Watts is a fellowship trained surgeon capable of managing and treating a wide variety of conditions and problems relating to the upper limb, including arthritis, trauma, nerve damage, instability, and tendon damage. His expertise and experience have resulted in him working as the doctor for a number of professional sports clubs, which has further developed his special interest in sports injuries and rehabilitation.
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