"Some people read palms to tell your future, but I read hands to tell your past. Each scar makes a story worth telling. Each callused palm, each cracked knuckle is a missed punch or years in a factory."
"The difference between a helping hand and an outstretched palm, is a twist of the wrist."
Miss Louisa Banks is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, working in North Wales (Glan Clwyd Hospital). She specialises in hand and wrist surgery.
FRCS (Tr&Orth) (Edinburgh)
Masters in Medical Education (Dundee)
European Board of Hand Surgery (Diploma)
Fellow, Faculty of Surgical Trainers (Edinburgh)
Miss Louisa Banks graduated from Leeds Medical School and rotated through: intensive care medicine; plastic surgery (including burns); general and vascular surgery; pediatric medicine and the emergency department as a junior doctor. She then completed her higher surgical training in Trauma & Orthopaedics in the North West of England, coupled with a year in Dublin. Louisa specialises in hand and wrist surgery and has completed Fellowships at the Internationally renowned Wrightington Upper Limb Unit and the Pulvertaft Hand Centre (Derby). She has been a consultant in North Wales since 2013.
Hand and wrist surgery (trauma and orthopaedics)
General Medical Council (6025254)
British Society for Surgery of the Hand
Medical Protection Society
Hospital Consultants & Specialists Association
Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh)
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The Community Resource Centre,
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