Mr Singh specialises exclusively in upper limb surgery of the hand, wrist, shoulder and elbow, as well as complex trauma. After graduating from Guys and St Thomas Medical School in 1995, Mr Singh completed his Orthopaedic Training in London.
He was appointed as fellow to the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit in 2006 where he gained expertise in all aspects of upper limb disorders. He was a fellow to the Adidas Sports Medicine centre in New Zealand and the Adelaide Sports Medicine Centre in 2007, concentrating on elite athletes, sports injuries and rehabilitation.
Mr Singh performs a streamlined one stop shoulder ultrasound service and one stop carpal tunnel clinic. Diagnosis of shoulder and hand disorders are often made on initial assessment.
Mr Singh provides expert treatment both non surgical and surgical treatment of all disorders of the shoulder, elbow and hand.
Furthermore, he is a very enthusiastic promoter of the multi-disciplinary approach towards the management of his patients, and works closely with Radiologists, Anaesthetists, Physiotherapists, and Occupational Hand Therapists. This ensures patients receive rehabilitation tailored to their needs. Mr Singh uses advanced arthroscopic and minimally invasive methods to accelerate rehabilitation, reduce time off work and activities.
He is faculty member for the Advanced Arthroscopic Shoulder Surgery Course in Liverpool, where he trains other surgeons in new techniques and stays updated with new and developing procedures of the upper limb.