Orthopaedic Surgery

Niall Graham

Orthopaedic Surgeon

I specialise in both primary and revision (re - do) hip and knee replacements. I undertake over 200 primary hips per year, the national average is 27! Primary knee replacements make up around 40% of my practice, in the region of 150 per annum.

Whether private or NHS I endeavour to give all my patients my personal attention. In the NHS this is augmented by training registrars and fellows from around the country.

Patient Testimonials

TestiminialsThe photograph is taken just above the Riffelburg hotel on the Gornagrat mountain, Zermatt June 2010, eleven weeks after a complete hip operation performed by Mr Niall Graham.


Recovered Patient Performing Tai Chi"Keeping my joints moving through Tai Chi exercise has been of great benefit in controlling the effects of my arthritis. The beauty of Tai Chi is that it is suitable for all ages and levels of fitness, new hips and knees are no problem!"

Joan Dempsey

Hip Replacement in ActionClare P Riding 4 months after hip replacement

Katrina Lewis

Orthopaedic Surgeon

My special interests include all aspects of hand and wrist surgery as well as some shoulder and elbow problems. I still have an acute trauma commitment at the Wrexham Maelor hospital.

I have a strong commitment to maintaining surgical excellence. I train junior doctors and am a member of the court of examiners for the royal college of surgeons (England and Wales). I have also supervised MSc theses and am a designated supervisory medical practitioner for nursing and physiotherapy staff as an ongoing commitment to research and development of orthopaedic services.