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Community Surgical Service

The Community Surgical Service provided by Dr Noorpuri is primarily based at Newark Road Surgery, but the procedures are performed in dedicated facilities at The Heath Surgery, Bracebridge Heath. Referrals into the service are accepted from Health Care Professionals including General Practitioners, Nurse Practitioners and Consultants.

The procedures performed by The Community Surgical Service include: 

Excision of benign Cyst/Lesion/Lipoma (>1.5cm but < 2.5cm)

Excision Cyst/Lesion/Lipoma (> 2.5cm)

Low risk BBC removal in line with NICE guidance

Excision multiple Cysts/Lesions/Lipomas

Excision of benign Facial Cyst/Lesion/Lipoma (>1.5cm but < 2.5cm)

Excision multiple Facial Cysts/Lesions/Lipomas

Excision of benign Large (> 2.5cm) Deep, difficult facial (Plastic) Cyst/Lesion/Lipoma

Partial /Wedge Resection of nail with or without ablation/removal of nail bed

Removal Toenail with ablation/removal of nail bed

Carpal Tunnel Injection

Carpal Tunnel Decompression

Trigger Finger Injection

Trigger Thumb Injection

Release Trigger Finger

Release Trigger Thumb

Ganglion Injection/Aspiration

Excision Ganglion Wrist Simple (Non Volar)

Excision Ganglion Volar

Excision Ganglion Foot (Simple)

Excision Ganglion Knee (Simple)

Excision Ganglion Foot (Complex)

Excision Ganglion Knee (Complex)

Excision of Bursae

De-Quervain's release of tendonitis

De-Quervain's Injection of tendonitis

Morton’s neuroma Injection


 Patient Leaflets (click on the leaflet title)


Carpel Tunnel Syndrone


Minor Surgery Leaflet

Steroid Injection

Trigger Finger



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