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Mr Ryan Trickett

Professional Description:

Consultant Hand and Wrist Surgeon


MBBCh, MRCS, MSc (Trauma Surgery), FRCS (Tr&Orth), MD Dip Hand Surg (Br)

Vale Hand Surgery
PO Box 269
Dinas Powys
CF64 9GR
Area of work:

South Wales and surrounding areas


Mr Ryan Trickett is a specialist consultant hand and wrist surgeon primarily working in University Hospital Wales and University Hospital Llandough, Cardiff. 

He is an Expert in conditions affecting the hand, wrist and elbow. Special interests include: arthritis, carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome, Dupuytren’s disease, wrist injuries/fractures.

Instruction ratio is approximately Claimant 80% : Defendant 20%.

Reports are structured in line with Bond Solon recommendations.

​All medicolegal work is GDPR compliant and indemnified through the MPS.

Consultations available at:
Millennium Medical Centre
Mount Stuart Square
Cardiff Bay
CF10 5DP


After developing an interest in the hand during his junior surgical jobs, Mr Trickett completed higher orthopaedic training across South Wales in all areas of orthopaedic surgery, but focusing on the hand and wrist. In 2013 he was appointed to the Advanced Training Post in Hand Surgery at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. He then completed an additional fellowship at the world renowned Pulvertaft Hand Centre, learning advanced techniques in wrist fracture treatment, reconstruction and joint replacement in the hand and wrist.

Mr Trickett has completed the British Diploma of Hand Surgery - a jointly run specialist hand qualification offered by the British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) and Manchester University. He has also completed a MD research thesis in which he developed a Patient Reported Outcome Measure for use after severe trauma. This was awarded by Swansea University in July 2017.


British Society for Surgery of the Hand, British Orthopaedic Society, British Medical Association

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