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Limb Reconstruction Surgery and Techniques

Limb reconstruction is the general term used for the treatment of complex limb fractures or the complications of fractures by modern orthopaedic techniques such as the use of the Ilizarov frame, modern bone fixation techniques with locked plating, advanced nailing techniques and healing promoting agents such as bone morphogenetic proteins (BMPs).

"Mr David Goodier is a great doctor. He took his time to examine me and gave the right recommendation in a detailed report immediately."

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“I commend the professional touch of the consultants I saw and their promptness. Most importantly, I thank Mr Goodier for introducing me to such high calibre professionals.”

"I cannot thank Mr Goodier and Mr Coulter enough for the excellent care they have provided. I can finally play tennis again without feeling pain or discomfort. "