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Professor David Warwick
Professor David Warwick
MD; BM; DIMC; FRCS; FRCS(Orth); Eur Dip Hand Surg
Orthopaedic Surgery
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About

 

Professor David Warwick is a senior Hand Surgeon in Wessex. He has been an NHS Consultant at University Hospital Southampton for over 20 years.  He is also Visiting Hand Surgeon to the States of Jersey and the Bailiwick of Guernsey. He is Club Surgeon to Southampton Football Club. He is qualified with the European Diploma of Hand Surgery. UK His teaching, research, and international reputation were rewarded by the University of Southampton with an Honorary Professorship in 2013. His NHS contribution has been rewarded with a Bronze Clinical Excellence award

When you come to Professor Warwick's Hand Clinic, he will do his best to diagnose your problem, learn about what you want and help you decide what is best for you. He will discuss the benefits and drawbacks of each potential treatment. Although surgical treatment might be needed, wherever possible the Hand Clinic tries safe and simple non-operative treatments such as therapy and injections. Professor Warwick’s  Hand Clinic is based on constant technical practice, education and reflection to ensure the most up-to-date, safe and appropriate care. As a Professor, David has the opportunity to teach, research, write and attend postgraduate meetings which give unrivalled opportunities to remain informed and current. 

His approach to practice and delivering the best for my patients is centred on a team effort. When you contact the Hand Clinic, the personal assistant Rachel will make an appointment to suit you. A dedicated Hand Therapy team will provide very thorough support. If you need surgery then our anaesthetists will explain everything to you and make the procedure perfectly safe.

He was a bronze donor for the University of Southampton Centre for Cancer Immunology. He has supported a child at the Albella Children’s home in Northern India for many years. He is an Advocate for Trinity, a charity for the homeless in Winchester.

David is always happy to respond to a telephone call or email at any time to discuss any aspects of your care.

Visit www.handsurgery.co.uk for more information.

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Medical Procedures

  • Cubital Tunnel Release
  • Xiapex (Collagenase) Injection
  • Percutaneous needle fasciotomy
  • Dupuytren fasciectomy
  • Dupuytren Dermofasciectomy
  • Wrist replacement
  • Trapeziectomy
  • Partial wrist fusion
  • Wrist fracture repair
  • finger fracture repair
  • Trigger finger release
  • de Quervain’s release
  • tennis elbow release
  • golfer’s elbow release
  • wrist arthroscopy
  • osteotomy radius
  • ganglion excision
  • wrist fusion
  • PIP replacement
  • MCP replacement
  • DRUJ replacement
  • tendon transfer

 

 

 

 

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Special Interests

  • Joint replacement (hand)
  • Cubital tunnel syndrome
  • distal radio-ulnar joint
  • Rheumatoid hand 
  • Nerve compression

Education

 

David Warwick was born in 1962 and attended Southend High School for boys in Essex, where he obtained A grades in Latin, Greek and Ancient History Advanced Level studies, before reading Medicine at Southampton Medical School (1980-86).

 David Trained in basic surgery in Bristol and obtained the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in 1989. He then specialised in Orthopaedics Surgery fort he next seven years as a Registrar on the South West Regional Training Scheme. He qualified as an Orthopaedic Surgeon (FRCS Orth) in 1996 and then underwent highly specialised Hand Surgery training in Oxford and Sydney Australia. 

Additional qualifications are the Diploma of Immediate Medical Care (1988), Doctorate in Medicine (1995) and  European Diploma in Hand Surgery (Gold Medal)  (2004)

David is a leader in National and International Hand Surgery. He is British Society for Surgery of the Hand President for 2020; he has recently finished as Secretary of the BSSH and Executive Committee Member of the European Hand Society.  He now sits on the Executive Committee of the International Federation for Societies for Surgery of the Hand.

 

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Professor David Warwick, assessed my problem, and explained in detail what my options were. I felt completely at ease , and decided straight away that I would like to proceed with the surgery. My care under DW , was excellent , and the outcome is life changing.
Patient seen for:collapsed joint on my index finger
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04-10-2019
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I was recently treated by Professor Warwick for a Dupuytren’s Contracture, Professor Warwick explained the treatment in detail and I found him, his Secretary and his team very caring and professional at all times. I was treated at The Nuffield, Chandlers Ford - a very calm and pleasant environment which contributed to the good experience
Patient seen for:Dupuytren’s Contracture
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26-09-2019
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Professional and friendly from the start to finish , thrilled with the results!
Patient seen for:Dupuytren’s Contracture
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17-08-2019
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I suffer from Dupuytrens Disease and have consulted Professor David Warwick on several occasions. I am happy to recommend Professor Warwick to anyone who needs treatment or advice on hand surgery. During the initial consultations, he provided step-by-step information on my condition and the various treatment options which were available. Being something of an artist, Professor Warwick's verbal information was often accompanied by very useful sketches illustrating in detail, his proposals. On the day of surgery, Professor Warwick’s bedside manner came to the fore, reassuring both patient and any accompanying relative. When he does run late with his appointments (and this happens with caring professionals who accept that some patients need a little more time than anticipated) he is always apologetic in a way which although totally unnecessary, is very much appreciated. In theatre, he sensitively goes through the hoped for outcome with the patient in a calm but factual manner. One thing Professor Warwick will never do is make false promises. With Dupuytrens patients, he will never say he can make a finger perfectly straight, when he knows this is not possible. I have spoken with others of his patients and this is the one thing we all liked. It gives a patient confidence in knowing a surgeon accepts his limitations in a humble manner rather making false promises. After surgery, he repeatedly checked on my condition, both personally and via his staff who monitor patients regularly. He asked if I had any concerns and spoke about anything not previously covered which had occurred during treatment. Even after discharge, Professor Warwick never ceases to disadvantage himself for others. He instructs patients to come straight back to the hospital if they have any worries and he means just that. On one occasion, when off-duty, he left his family and his Christmas shopping just to check and re-dress my finger, many a surgeon would have just instructed someone in outpatients to take a look. His support staff, from receptionists to nurses, anaesthetists to physios, and, of course, matron, are warm and welcoming. I have noticed how Professor Warwick treats them all with respect and is so appreciative of their help. I even witnessed this when a member of the catering staff brought him some sandwiches and a glass of orange juice one lunch-hour. I have been a patient in the Wessex Nuffield at Chandlers Ford several times both for minor and major surgery. I would not hesitate to recommend this hospital and particularly The Hand Clinic.
Patient seen for:Dupuytren’s Contracture
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16-08-2019
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Professor Warwick was very clear on what my options were and how long the recovery period would be. After the operation the follow ups were very informative and well detailed so you knew exactly what was going on
Patient seen for:Arthritis (Wrist)
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26-07-2019
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Impeccable care from the start and sound advice on my options following a complicated thumb injury. Professor Warwick was the only professional who had anything positive to say about my potential long-term recovery, after 3 months trying to get a correct diagnosis. From the initial consultation, detailed drawing of surgery proposed and also risks explained about the procedure, I felt very confident even before the operation, that this was to be my best option. If I ever wanted to be able to pursue any serious climbing again, or be able to work or carry out day to day activities, the outlined treatment plan set my mind at rest. It was also made quite clear that there would need to be substantial efforts needed on post-operative rehab. This is still ongoing, but I have already regained a very significant amount of strength back in my hand. Some range of movement is still to be recovered and the ability to weight-bear on the recovering joint which I’m regarding as work in progress, but I am confident that I will see (and feel) further improvements. The whole Nuffield team worked seamlessly, giving plenty of time for my endless questions, especially Sarah Keeton who provided excellent physio advice and care during my main rehab stages, & prevented me going too mad too soon. I feel confident in recommending Professor Warwick and the Nuffield Hospital to anyone who is in a similar worrying position that I was 6 months ago. I very nearly lost the use of my thumb and I’m extremely grateful to everyone involved in my care for helping me getting my life back on track. Sue Hazel
Patient seen for:Hand & Wrist Surgery
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24-07-2019
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Professor Warwick is very professional lovely man.
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17-07-2019
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Professor David Warwick is one of life's gentleman. Very easy to talk to and his explanation, description, and drawings of the planned procedures are exceptional. I have now had three procedures carried out by Professor Warwick all with total success. His bedside manner is total honesty delivered very professionally, but with a personal touch. He is very organized and efficient. The aftercare that he provides for you can not be beaten. I would recommend him to anyone who requires hand surgery.
Patient seen for:Left thumb trigger release, Trapesiectomy and Excision
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15-07-2019
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Very successful outcome with no on-going pain. My condition appears cured.
Patient seen for:arthritis
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12-07-2019
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I am completely satisfied with my trigger finger op. I am back to work with no further pain. Every part of the procedure was carefully explained by Professor Warwick, therefore I had great confidence in the outcome and wouldn't hesitate to recommend.
Patient seen for:Trigger finger
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04-07-2019
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