‘Small operations that make a difference to the life of my patients’ Mr. Alistair Pace, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr Alistair Pace was awarded the Fellowship in Orthopaedic and Trauma surgery from the Royal College of London after which he worked as a consultant in the UK for over 10 years alongside some world class eminent Orthopaedic surgeons. He has huge experience in treating and operating on a variety of Orthopaedic conditions particularly the shoulder, elbow and wrist/hand conditions. .He has been Awarded a. Number of very prestigious international Orthopaedic awards and fellowships and is an expert in upper limb surgery, shoulder, elbow and wrist and hand conditions.

‘I always wanted to become a doctor.   I was always fascinated with my father’s work and both my brother and I qualified as doctors.  I specialised as a surgeon and I was not quite sure whether to follow general surgery or orthopaedics.   I experiered both specialisations and I found orthopaedics more varied, small operations that improve the quality of life of my patients.   I became consultant nearly 10 years ago now.   My family is important to me and I make a poinr to physically find time to spend with them.’
Mr. Alistair Pace, Orthopaedic Surgeon

Here is the first part of my interview with Mr. Alistair Pace, a leading Orthopaedic Surgeon.

You can watch the second part of the interview from the link here.

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