Manchester’s Specialist Service for Complex Fractures, Limb Deformities and Infection at Manchester Royal Infirmary

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What we Do

Breaks in bones where conventional methods using metal rods or plates are not suitable or risky

Complex Fractures

Breaks in bones where conventional methods using metal rods or plates are not suitable or risky
When bones or limbs are not straight because of disease or injury

Deformities

When bones or limbs are not straight because of disease or injury
Bone infection that has arisen through a break in the skin, or spread through the bloodstream

Infection

Bone infection that has arisen through a break in the skin, or spread through the bloodstream
When one leg is longer than another because of disease or injury

Limb Lengthening

When one leg is longer than another because of disease or injury
When fractures fail to heal, despite time and suitable treatment

Non-Union

When fractures fail to heal, despite time and suitable treatment
When a fracture heals but not in an acceptable position or angle

Fracture Mal-Union

When a fracture heals but not in an acceptable position or angle
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Charity Work

The limb reconstruction surgeons at Manchester Royal Infirmary are involved in projects abroad, where they offer the same services they give in the UK to patients in less developed countries. You can find more information through their registered charity – the Orthocycle Foundation. The charity website can be found at www.orthocycle.org