| ABOUT DAN |
Dan H Williams is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery. He is a specialist in primary hip and knee replacements, as well as revisions.
Dan is a highly experienced surgeon, qualifying from the University of Wales College of Medicine in 1998. He trained in Wales, Australia and South Africa before becoming a registrar in the South West of England.
He completed advanced training in emergency operations and complex joint replacements in Seattle, Oxford and Vancouver.
| RECENT ACTIVITY |
DATA FOR Dan H Williams FRCS FROM 1 APRIL 2014 TO 31 MARCH 2017.
Dan has performed more than 460 surgical procedures in the last 3 years. The national average for orthopaedic surgeons is 341.
He has carried out over 1,750 joint replacements throughout his career. This number includes more than 400 revisions, where an existing replacement that has worn out is repaired.
Dan uses about half of his time on planned, routine surgery. He spends the other half as a trauma surgeon, leading emergency operations due to serious accidents like car crashes.
| PATIENT RESULTS |
This chart shows how Dan's patients are doing before surgery, and several years after they've had a hip or knee operation.
On average, Dan's patients experience large improvements in both pain and mobility following surgery. In most cases, these positive effects continue for at least 5 years.
Oxford Scores are used to measure the severity of a person’s hip or knee condition. Higher numbers indicate less pain and freer movement.
| DAN'S RESEARCH |
Dan is also a practicing researcher with a strong academic portfolio.
He’s published over 30 papers in scientific journals and presented work at numerous international meetings on follow up, recovery and returning to sport after joint replacement. You can find out more here.
To ensure his research improves patient care, Dan helped to develop My Clinical Outcomes, a web-based system that monitors patients' symptoms away from the hospital.
| REVIEWS |
"Mr Williams was just an amazing man - so professional, so caring, I would rate him at 150%"