Mr David Chapple

Mr David Chapple Consultant Spinal Surgeon

Mr David Chapple Consultant Spinal Surgeon

B.Sc.(Hons), MB., M.Sc., F.R.C.S.(Eng), F.R.C.S.( Tr & Orth).

Consultant Spinal Surgeon

Spinal Care Specialist Ltd is run by by Mr David Chapple and Dr Olivia Chapple.

Mr Chapple is a Consultant Spinal Surgeon at Salisbury NHS Foundation Trust and at New Hall Hospital, Salisbury, Wiltshire.

He is a Consultant Spinal Surgeon for the Duke of Cornwall Spinal Injuries Treatment Centre, Odstock, Salisbury.

Spinal Care Specialist Ltd is able to offer a complete diagnostic and treatment service for all types of spinal conditions ( back pain, neck pain, sciatica, spinal stenosis, arm pain{radiculopathy) leg pain and many more)

Mr David Chapple has over 20 years of experience of managing spinal conditions and spinal surgical experience.

Mr David Chapple qualified at St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School in 1990. He trained as a spinal and general orthopaedic surgeon at St George’s Hospital Medical School, London and completed a specialist Spinal Research and Surgical Fellowship in at The Royal Adelaide University Hospital, Australia.

Mr Chapple is actively involved in teaching of undergraduates, postgraduate students, junior doctors, training and supervising a team of GPs with a special interest in spinal surgery and training and supervising extended scope practitioners (physiotherapists). He is involved with multidisciplinary team training with other medical specialities.

Mr Chapple undertakes a full portfolio of continuing professional development. This involves annual peer and management appraisal. He attends and presents at orthopaedic and spinal meetings in UK and internationally.

Mr Chapple is a member of theĀ  British Association of Spinal Surgeons (BASS), AO Spinal Fellowship, He is a member of British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) and has been an NHS and Private Consultant Surgeon in Salisbury since 2001.

Mr Chapple has special interests in all lumbar and cervical spinal conditions especially:- spinal stenosis and disc herniations causing sciatica (leg pain); back and neck pain from degenerative disc disease, spondylosis, facet joint arthritis; compression of the spinal nerves causing cervical radiculopathy (arm pain) and compression of the spinal cord causing cervical myelopathy; other conditions successfully managed are coccydynia (‘tailbone’ pain), trochanteric region (bursitis)pain,

Mr David Chapple is a trustee of Horatio’s Garden Charity.