Piers Moreau FRCS MA MbBChir
Piers was educated at Eton College, going on to study at Jesus College, Cambridge, then completing his medical education at St. Bartholomews Medical School in London. He qualified in 1991, and became a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 1995. He moved to Shropshire in 1997, completing his training on the renowned Stoke and Oswestry rotation, becoming a Consultant in 2003. He is Fellowship Trained in hand and wrist surgery, having worked at the Pulvertaft Unit at Derby Royal Infirmary as part of his training.
Piers is married with two children, his family take up most of his spare time. However, his hobbies include rugby, skiing, fishing and training his badly behaved Labradors.
Piers Moreau has 15 years experience with Medico-Legal work. He is able to asses Patients quickly and holds weekly Medico Legal clinics, that are currently remote due to the COVID 19 pandemic. He has a turnaround time of two weeks for the production of the report following the initial appointment. His area of expertise are:
Injuries at work - amputations of finger/thumb. Finger tip injuries, lacerations, hand fractures, burns and nerve injuries.
Work related compensation claims
Injuries sustained in public places
Chronic hand and wrist problems relating to work - RSI, DeQuervain’s tenosynovitis, complications or poor outcomes from surgery, medical negligence.