Duncan Pearson

Areas of expertise: Hands and Wrists
Availability: Wednesday, 5.30-6.50 pm and Thursday, 12.20-3.40 pm

Duncan graduated from Bristol  School of Physiotherapy in 1991 and has worked at the Bristol Royal Infirmary  since that time. He has over 20 years’ experience of specialising in hands and wrists, including 15 years as an Advanced Physiotherapy Practitioner working in orthopaedic clinics alongside hand and wrist surgeons.

Duncan has a special interest in wrist dysfunction and has extensive experience assessing and treating upper limb disorder (previously known as repetitive strain injury or RSI), trauma including fractures and sprains, complex regional pain syndrome (CRPS) and people having undergone orthopaedic surgery.

Duncan has an MCSP in Exercise and Health Science and is a member of British Association of Hand Therapists