Neil Walker offers specialist management of Hand and Wrist surgical conditions, with a focus on minimally invasive, modern procedures including the use of Xiapex (collagenase) in the treatment of Dupuytren’s disease and, wherever possible, utilises the technique of Wide-awake surgery to minimise anaesthetic complications. Although surgery may be needed, where appropriate he will always try safe and simple non-operative measures such as injections and hand therapy before surgery.
Hand conditions managed
Wrist conditions managed
Wrist fusion (partial and full fusion)
Almost all procedures can be performed as a day-case, meaning an overnight stay is rarely required. Neil Walker uses clinical outcome scoring systems to monitor his patients’ conditions and progress. These ensure he continues to learn and improve his practice. Before your treatment you may be asked to complete a questionnaire. You may also be asked to complete questionnaires following your treatment. Mr Walker is very happy to guide you through this process. Committed to clinical excellence, Mr Walker hopes that the information collected will help to maintain his high standards of care.
Neil Walker is recognised by the major healthcare insurance companies.
Increasingly, patients without private medical insurance are opting to fund their own medical treatment in the private sector.
Following an initial consultation and subsequent investigations, an individual management plan will be made.
Based upon this individualised assessment a fixed surgeon’s fee for any surgical treatment will be provided to you.
Neil Walker consults on a Wednesday afternoon at Spire Murrayfield, Holmwood Drive, Barnston CH61 1AU (for directions click here), and on a Wednesday morning at The Sefton Suite Diagnostic Centre, 1 Kenilworth Road, Liverpool L23 3AD (for directions click here)
All surgery is performed either at Spire Murrayfield, or at The Sefton Suite, Lower Lane, Liverpool L9 7AL (for directions click here)