Sam Molyneux works as a consultant at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh where he leads the hand and wrist clinic as well as running a busy clinic looking after acute bone, joint and muscle injuries. He also runs an acute knee injury and general trauma clinic at St John’s hospital in Livingston.
He also has a specific interest in exertional compartment syndrome and exercise related pain. His Edinburgh Clinic work reflects this keen interest in maximising people’s function and getting them back to the activities they wish to enjoy.
Sam organises several local, national and international conferences and is the lead for orthopaedic training at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. His research interests include general trauma, wrist injuries, compartment syndrome and finger injuries.