Consultants Details

Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon

Mr Adrian Carlos

Mr Adrian Carlos

Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon

Adrian trained in medicine at Manchester University and then completed his Basic Surgical Training in London. Adrian then did his Specialist Training on the Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospitals training programme, being awarded his FRCS(Tr&Orth) in 2009 and being entered onto the Specialist Register in 2011.

Adrian has completed two years of Specialist Fellowship Training in Shoulder and Upper Limb Surgery, with 1 year at the University Hospital Southampton and 1 year at the University Hospitals Coventry. Adrian was then appointed a Consultant in Manchester in 2012, before then moving up to London in 2014.

Adrian grew up in North London. He is married and has three young children who take up most of his time outside of work. He was a keen sportsman and participated in Tennis, Hockey, Basketball and TaeKwonDo at college and club level before taking up his career in Surgery. He continues to enjoy watching most sports and has a passion for travelling.

Special interests

Sports injuries and upper limb trauma, shoulder arthroscopy (impingement, rotator cuff tear, dislocation, biceps pain and frozen shoulder), acromioclavicular joint arthritis, dislocation and reconstruction, shoulder joint replacement for arthritis and fractures, elbow arthroscopy and elbow joint replacement, wrist & hand surgery

Qualifications:

MBChB MSc (SurgSci) PgD (Orth) FRCS (Tr&Orth)

NHS base

Barts Health NHS Trust

Consulting Sessions

Telephone Number

020 7496 3567

Fax Number

020 7496 3596

St Thomas Street, The Shard

London

SE1 9BS

Secretary

Carla McLoughlin

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