Mr Bibhas Roy
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
MB BS, FRCS, MSc (Bioengineering), FRCS (Tr & Orth), DMI
Shoulder and elbow surgery, arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery
Mr Roy completed his general orthopaedic training in Yorkshire. He had specialist experience in the techniques of shoulder and elbow surgery during a 12-month shoulder and elbow Fellowship at the Nottingham Shoulder Unit.
Prior to his higher surgical training, he registered for a Masters in Bioengineering with Leeds University. This was completed with the degree being awarded while in year 1 of his Orthopaedic Training. He also holds PG Diploma in Medical Informatics (RCS Edinburgh).
Mr Roy manages traumatic as well as elective orthopaedic problems with a special emphasis on shoulder and elbow problems.
Outpatient clinics are run at Trafford General Hospital. Patients are seen and assessed as required by a doctor, nurse, physiotherapist and radiologist. X-rays and ultrasound scans are performed on the same day. This reduces the need for further clinic appointments and has had positive feedback from patients.
About 80% of Mr Roy’s surgery is performed using keyhole techniques. This often means procedures can be performed as day-case surgery, enabling patients to return to their daily activities, driving, work etc much more quickly than in conventional surgery.
Mr Roy has also pioneered the use of real-time patient feedback to tailor follow-up care to individual patients’ needs using a tool called PROMs 2.0.
Secretary: Carole Gibb on 0161 746 2627