Mr Parmar graduated from the University of Manchester in 2000. He underwent postgraduate training in Manchester and Stoke before working in Sydney, Australia. He then completed his training in the North West of England, gained his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2010 and joined the Specialist Register in 2014.
Mr Parmar is a consultant at The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospital specialising in complex upper limb trauma and orthopaedics. He is also the Shoulder and Elbow teaching lead for the Mersey Registrar Training Scheme, an honorary clinical lecturer at the University of Liverpool and Secretary for the North West Upper Limb Group.
- Rotator Cuff pain
- Shoulder Stiffness and Frozen shoulder
- Elbow Stiffness
- Sports Injuries of the upper limb
- Shoulder Instability and dislocations
- Tennis and Golfers Elbow
- Dupuytrens’ Contracture
- Trigger Finger
- Carpal Tunnel Syndrome (compression of median nerve)
- Cubital Tunnel Syndrome (compression of ulna nerve)
Surgery and treatments offered privately
- Arthroscopic surgery (keyhole)
- Rotator cuff repair
- Acromioclaviclar Joint (ACJ) excision
- Capsular release
- Subacromial Decompression
- Arthroscopic Shoulder Stabilisations
- Latarjet Procedure
- Computer Navigated Shoulder Replacements
- Elbow replacements
- Elbow Arthroscopy
- Tennis and Golfers elbow release
- Ulna Nerve Release
- Carpal Tunnel Decompression
- Trigger Finger Release
- Dupuytrens Contracture release including Xiapex
Mr Parmar is an enthusiastic teacher and has organised national trauma courses and been a regular instructor on the Advanced Trauma Life Support course for over ten years, having now progressed to training the trainers for this course.
He has ongoing research interests and has presented his work both nationally and internationally.
He maintains a medicolegal practice writing a number of reports annually and being a subeditor for the OPiL Bond Solon Training course.
Mr Parmar volunteered for a year as a consultant in Malawi and has been invited to present his experiences both nationally and internationally. Subsequently he has maintained an active interest in supporting orthopaedics in developing countries and has written chapters for textbooks specifically aimed at treating orthopaedic injuries in the austere environment. He is also a founding member of the Implants for Malawi fundraising group and the registered charity North West Orthopaedic Trauma Alliance for Africa.
Using this breadth of experience Mr Parmar aims to deliver patient focused care in treating a wide variety of upper limb conditions.