MR DANIEL ENGELKE

MR DANIEL ENGELKE2019-07-23T14:25:24+01:00
MR DANIEL ENGELKE

Mr Daniel Engelke is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Winfield Hospital in Gloucester who specialises in upper limb surgery.

Mr Engelke is an experienced Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in upper limb surgery, arthroscopies of all joints, and trauma including complex trauma and limb reconstruction.

In addition to treating all common hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder disorders, he has an interest in children’s hand disorders and tendon reconstruction including flexor tendon injuries.

He is highly experienced in arthroscopies of wrist, elbow, shoulder, ankle and knee, including cruciate ligament reconstruction.

He has a special interest in the reconstruction of simple and complex trauma of the extremities, and has a significant experience in the treatment of traumatic spine injuries including kyphoplasty.

He qualified 1995 in Wuerzburg, having spent part of his final year at the University of Chicago. He did his general surgical training in Nuremberg and Ratingen. His specialist trauma and orthopaedic training was in the university clinic of Bochum and the university clinic of Muenster where he also qualified as a specialist hand surgeon and specialist trauma surgeon.

He has worked for more than 5 years at Consultant level in Germany before coming to the UK, latterly in Hamburg at a large level I trauma centre as the lead hand surgeon.

He has worked as a consultant for the Gloucestershire Hospitals NHS Trust since April 2010 and has established himself in the UK as a trauma and upper limb surgeon.

“Mr Engelke is fantastic and I would definitely recommend him. An expert in his field, very polite and made me feel at ease.

“Had time to listen, explained all options and risks clearly, didn’t feel rushed and he seemed interested and open. Very informative, calm and offers good advice, he explains his advice too in a collaborative way. Excellent!”

“Mr Engelke listened to my questions and explained things to me which has helped my understanding of what I can expect long term. Explained my symptoms easily and made me feel comfortable as he didn’t give me a tricky or difficult explanation.”

PATIENT FEEDBACK *
Respectfulness 100%
Clarity of Consultation 100%
Attentiveness 100%
Patient Interest 100%
Interpersonal Skills 100%
Patient Understanding 100%

* Results from the GMC revalidation process 2019.

CURRENT POSTS

Service Line Director for Trauma & Orthopaedics

SPECIAL CLINICAL INTERESTS

Trauma; Upper limb surgery Sports medicine (Arthroscopic surgery of shoulder, elbow, wrist)

PROFESSIONAL MEMBERSHIPS

British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) German Society for Trauma Surgery (DGU) German Society for Othopaedics and Trauma Surgery (DGOU) Professional Association of German Surgeons (BDC)