Mr Giotakis is a fully qualified Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma surgeon, working at the Liverpool University Hospitals Foundation Trust. He has been heavily involved in Complex Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Surgery since 2004.
Complex Trauma and Limb Reconstruction Surgery. This includes:
Complex limb trauma including patients with multiple injuries.
Open fractures, including limb threatening injuries.
Complex fractures around joints (Periarticular fractures)
Non unions (fractures that fail to heal)
Malunions (fractures that healed causing deformity)
Bone infection (osteomyelitis) and implant related infections
Mr Giotakis regularly receives acute complex trauma and elective tertiary referrals from hospitals in Merseyside, Lancashire, Cumbria, the Isle of Man, North Wales.
He is regular faculty and chairs courses in complex fracture management in National and International events. He has published several peer- reviewed articles in Trauma and Limb Reconstruction.
Mr Giotakis is a journal reviewer and also sits on the editorial board of peer reviewed journals in the field of Orthopaedic Trauma and Limb Reconstruction. He is an executive committee member for the British Limb reconstruction Society (BLRS).
Mr Giotakis has undertaken formal training in the preparation of medico legal reporting and has been providing a large number of medical reports since 2006.
He provides reports on Personal Injury, including complex and serious injuries. As a result of his clinical practice dealing regularly with complications of trauma, Mr Giotakis is very comfortable providing opinion on medical negligence cases relating to trauma management and its complications. He has been assisting in complex cases involving litigation within his employers’ framework in the NHS.
In order to avoid delays and optimise communication Instructing solicitors have direct access to the expert via telephone and via email. Mr Giotakis offers a fast turnaround, on average 5 working days from examination to report provision.