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Dr (Mr) Angus Robertson

Degrees: 
BSc
MB ChB
FRCS (Tr & Orth)
PgDip Sports & Exercise Medicine
MFSEM(UK)

Mr Angus Robertson is a Consultant in trauma and orthopaedic surgery based at Cardiff & Vale NHS Trust. He has a special interest in orthopaedic sports medicine. In the knee his interests include soft tissue ligament reconstruction, meniscal surgery, the management of disorders of the patellofemoral joint and knee arthroplasty. After completing his general orthopaedic training He undertook additional specialist training in knee surgery, shoulder surgery and orthopaedic sports medicine at the Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh, adidas Sports Medicine in Auckland, New Zealand and at the Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Clinic of Nova Scotia, Halifax, Canada. He is Honorary Clinical Teacher at Cardiff University and a Clinical Tutor / Lecturer in Sports & Exercise Medicine at The University of Wales Institute, Cardiff (UWIC).

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