Mr. Rupert Wharton

BM BSc FRCS (Tr and Orth) Dip Hand Surg (Br and Eur)

Rupert Wharton is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at King Edward VII’s Hospital, New Victoria Hospital and Kingston Hospital, specialising in hand, wrist, and upper limb surgery.

He has an interest in sports injuries, fractures and degenerative conditions of the hand and wrist following fellowships at the prestigious Wrightington Upper Limb Unit, Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and at the Pulvertaft Hand Centre, Derby. He was awarded the Soli Lam Travelling Fellowship by the British Orthopaedic Association to the prestigious Institut Kaplan, Barcelona, and Institut de la Main, Paris.

He works closely with hand therapy and physio colleagues to ensure all non operative solutions have been tried before considering surgery, and to ensure optimal rehabilitation after surgery.

Mr. Wharton trained on the North West Thames Rotation, after ranking first in T&O national selection 2014. He is an alumnus of the British Orthopaedic Association’s Future Leaders Programme 2022, and he is an officer in the Royal Naval Reserve with a keen interest in leadership in healthcare and in the operating theatre.

He has sat on the BOTA committee as Publicity Officer and produced the JOINT annual journal. He represented BOTA to the British Orthopaedic Association Professional Practice and Patient Liaison Committees. He was BOTA Linkman for the North West Thames rotation between 2014 and 2020, and ran the deanery core curriculum training 2019-20.

Rupert’s professional memberships include BOTA, BOA, BSSH, International Wrist Arthroscopy Society, AO, RCS(Eng).

Rupert Wharton - Orthopaedic surgeon
Mr Rupert Wharton - Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Rupert Wharton - Hand and Wrist surgeon

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Mr. Wharton practices from King Edward VII’s Hospital, New Victoria Hospital, and Kingston Hospital.

Advanced medical treatment for disorders of the Hand or Wrist, with or without surgery.

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