Carpal tunnel and trigger digit, high and low energy fractures, non-unions, infection and deformities, sports and soft-tissue conditions. Hip arthritis, avascular necrosis, hallux valgus, orthopaedic infections, Ilizarov method and circular external fixation.
About Mr Michael Pearse
Michael Pearse trained in hip surgery in Exeter and Bristol before becoming Associate Professor at the University of Texas, undertaking orthopaedic trauma at a Level 1 Trauma Centre. He became a consultant in 1994 and established a hip replacement service at Central Middlesex and a specialist orthoplastic trauma unit at Charing Cross. He also performs specialist limb reconstruction work, correcting the damage caused by trauma such as infection, non-union and deformity.
Mr Pearse carries out a large number of foot and ankle surgeries at Central Middlesex each year and his innovative work on Carpal Tunnel Syndrome was shortlisted for a prestigious HSJ award in 2010.
Special interests include:
primary and revision hip replacement, foot and ankle conditions, upper limb problems (include carpal tunnel and trigger digit), high and low energy fractures, non-unions and deformities, sports and soft-tissue conditions.
NHS Base (trust)
Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
British Medical Association (BMA), British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), British Limb Reconstruction Society (BLRS)