Mr Chye Yew Ng
Mr Chye Yew Ng

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Mr Chye Yew Ng

MBChB (Honours), FRCS (Tr&Orth), DipHandSurg (Br&Eur)

Consultant Peripheral Nerve Surgeon

Consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Chye Yew Ng is a specialist in peripheral nerve surgery who is based at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust. He focuses particularly on the management of scapular winging, Parsonage-Turner syndrome, brachial plexus injury, benign nerve sheath tumour, and nerve injuries inflicting the arms or legs.

Following his graduation in 2002 from the University of Edinburgh, where his outstanding performance saw him named gold medallist, he undertook his orthopaedic training at the renowned Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He then studied on two prestigious fellowships, training in his advanced subspecialty on an Upper Limb Fellowship in Wrightington Hospital and an Interface (Orthoplastic) Hand Fellowship in Manchester. His postgraduate certification includes a Certificate in Law and Medical Ethics; a Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine; a British Diploma in Hand Surgery and European Board of Hand Surgery Diploma, including the best performance award.

He is committed to the principle of lifelong learning so that he can guarantee his patients outstanding care. He has visited many international centres of excellence to observe the methods of the world’s best hand and nerve surgeons; and has been awarded the BOA travelling fellowship, Zimmer SCOT travelling fellowship, BSSH Stack travelling fellowship and FESSH travelling award, all of which are testament to his dedication to professional development.

After being appointed as a consultant, Mr Ng pioneered a new clinical service to care for patients with peripheral nerve injuries and furthered his interest in the management of painful neuroma, unusual entrapment syndrome and iatrogenic nerve injuries.

Research and education remain key areas of focus. Mr Ng has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications, five book chapters and edited a sports injuries textbook. He lectures regularly at medical events, both domestically and abroad. He is currently the Chair of Training Interface Group (TIG) in Hand Surgery, appointed by the Joint Committee on Surgical Training.

Overview

Consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Mr Chye Yew Ng is a specialist in peripheral nerve surgery who is based at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust. He focuses particularly on the management of scapular winging, Parsonage-Turner syndrome, brachial plexus injury, benign nerve sheath tumour, and nerve injuries inflicting the arms or legs.

Following his graduation in 2002 from the University of Edinburgh, where his outstanding performance saw him named gold medallist, he undertook his orthopaedic training at the renowned Royal Infirmary of Edinburgh. He then studied on two prestigious fellowships, training in his advanced subspecialty on an Upper Limb Fellowship in Wrightington Hospital and an Interface (Orthoplastic) Hand Fellowship in Manchester. His postgraduate certification includes a Certificate in Law and Medical Ethics; a Diploma in Sport and Exercise Medicine; a British Diploma in Hand Surgery and European Board of Hand Surgery Diploma, including the best performance award.

He is committed to the principle of lifelong learning so that he can guarantee his patients outstanding care. He has visited many international centres of excellence to observe the methods of the world’s best hand and nerve surgeons; and has been awarded the BOA travelling fellowship, Zimmer SCOT travelling fellowship, BSSH Stack travelling fellowship and FESSH travelling award, all of which are testament to his dedication to professional development.

After being appointed as a consultant, Mr Ng pioneered a new clinical service to care for patients with peripheral nerve injuries and furthered his interest in the management of painful neuroma, unusual entrapment syndrome and iatrogenic nerve injuries.

Research and education remain key areas of focus. Mr Ng has authored over 60 peer-reviewed publications, five book chapters and edited a sports injuries textbook. He lectures regularly at medical events, both domestically and abroad. He is currently the Chair of Training Interface Group (TIG) in Hand Surgery, appointed by the Joint Committee on Surgical Training.

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