CONSULTANT HAND SURGEON
READING: CircleReading Hospital
Drake Way, Reading, RG2 0NE
LONDON: King Edward VII Sister Agnes
Beaumont St, London, W1G 6AA
BATH: CircleBath Hospital, Foxcote Avenue,
Peasedown St John, Bath, BA2 8SF
Hon Senior lecturer in Anatomy
Anatomy and Human Sciences, King’s College,
(Guy’s Campus), London
Donald Sammut is a Plastic Surgeon and a specialist Hand Surgeon. His clinical practice is divided between Bath, Reading and London and deals exclusively with Hand Surgery. His particular interests include the reconstruction of hands following trauma or degeneration, Nerve and tendon surgery, congenital hand malformations and the paralysed hand.
He is also a teacher, and trainer, a frequent lecturer at National and International scientific meetings. He is involved in the training of surgeons in Hand Surgery, as well as in the preparation and conduct of Hand Surgery examinations. He has created, and runs, an annual Anatomy dissection course of the Upper limb which has become established as one of the core courses sponsored by the British Society for Surgery of the Hand. He teaches Anatomy to undergraduates at Kings College London.
As the founder of the UK Charity, Working Hands, he has established a programme of Hand Surgery in Nepal, and travels there twice a year to reconstruct and reanimate paralysed hands in patients with leprosy, and to teach local surgeons.
Special areas of Clinical Practice
- General aspects of
Surgery of the Hand
- Surgery for Congenital
- Nerve compressions eg
Carpal tunnel and cubital tunnel
- Peripheral nerve microsurgery
- Dupuytren’s disease
- Surgery for arthritis
- The wrist
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