Adrian graduated from University College Cork in 2001. Following completion of the Irish Higher Surgical Training Scheme, he undertook a two-year fellowship in endovascular surgery at the internationally renowned Heart and Vascular Institute of the Cleveland Clinic. Adrian returned to Ireland in 2014 upon his appointment to St James’s Hospital as Consultant Vascular Surgeon.
Adrian specializes in all aspects of vascular surgery; carotid stenosis, endovenous treatment of varicose veins, peripheral arterial disease inclusive of angioplasty and bypass, and open and endovascular repair of aneurysmal disease. In addition, he is interested in Diabetic Foot treatment and the management of chronic ulcers.
Adrian is also actively involved in medical education, has a Masters in Clinical Teaching, and is also a post-graduate lecturer in the Royal College of Surgeons.
Mr Murphy was educated in Dublin and Wexford, graduating in medicine from UCD in 1993. He trained initially in Belfast and Dublin, and gained his MD following research in venous disease in the RCSI in 2002.
He completed specialist training in vascular surgery in the University of Oxford (2002-2008) where he was Clinical Lecturer in Surgery. He has published widely and was author and co-editor of the Oxford Specialist Handbook of Vascular Surgery. Prior to joining the staff at Beacon Hospital, Mr Murphy worked as a Consultant in Manchester (Central University Hospitals), a position he was appointed to, following an endovascular fellowship in Australia.
· Varicose veins (we use the most advanced endovenous laser technology treatment)
· Leg ulcers
· Spider/thread veins
· DVT (deep vein thrombosis)
· Carotid artery disease (TIA/Stroke)
· Peripheral arterial disease (claudication/critical ischaemia)
· Aneurysms (aortic/popliteal/other)
· Hyperhidrosis (excessive sweating)
· Thoracic outlet syndrome
· Rare vascular conditions – See more at: https://www.beaconhospital.ie/doctors/michael-arthur-murphy/#sthash.vR589z90.dpuf