About

Dr Gall is a consultant cardiologist and electrophysiologist specialising in helping patients with atrial fibrillation and other heart rhythm problems. He has extensive experience in ablation procedures, and is one of the most experienced specialists in the world in the use of laser balloon ablation for atrial fibrillation.

He graduated from the University of Newcastle upon Tyne and underwent specialist cardiology training in the North East of England working at several hospitals including the renowned Freeman Hospital in Newcastle.

Dr Gall was appointed as a Consultant Cardiologist and clinical lead for electrophysiology (EP) at The Lancashire Cardiac Centre in 2010. He developed the regional EP service for Lancashire and South Cumbria which has become one of the fastest growing arrhythmia centres in the UK.

Whilst treating all types of abnormal heart rhythm, Dr Gall specialises in the treatment of atrial fibrillation. He uses some of the latest technologies available aiming to give his patients the best outcomes. In particular Dr Gall is regarded as an expert in laser ablation for AF, having presented on the subject at several international meetings and hosting an international symposium at Spire Hospital Manchester in February 2020. He has trained consultants from the UK and around the world in laser ablation, and has one of the most extensive experiences in the world in using this technology having treated approximately 500 patients.

Dr Gall also strongly believes in a whole patient approach to the treatment of atrial fibrillation assessing and advising on improving lifestyle factors that may be contributing to the problem. He also has a specialist interest in sports cardiology and has treated many athletes with arrhythmias including amateur and professional aiming to allow them to continue to perform optimally at their chosen sport.

Dr Gall is married and a father to two boys. In his spare time he is a keen triathlete having represented GB at age group level and completed more than 10 Ironman triathlons.