Simon Royston graduated from Manchester and completed Orthopaedic HST on the North Trent Rotation.
He was appointed consultant in 2000, with a special interest in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction. Since then he has focused on the management of complex fractures (especially open fractures), malunion, non-union, deformity correction, and osteomyelitis.
Simon has presented widely at many national and international meetings. Until recently he was a committee member British Limb Reconstruction Society.
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