About me

I am a senior consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the internationally recognised foot and ankle unit at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in central London. I was appointed there as a consultant in 2012 and am currently the lead Foot and Ankle surgeon within the department. Prior to my appointment, I trained at the Imperial orthopaedic training rotation in London and spent a year in the U.S.A undertaking sub-specialty training in foot and ankle surgery in a comprehensive fellowship programme at Mercy hospital in Portland, Maine, under the guidance of Dr. Gregory Pomeroy. I am proud to be one of only a handful of U.K. surgeons who has been accepted onto and completed such programme. My training is therefore recognised by the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle society (AOFAS) as well as its British counterpart (BOFAS).

My practice is exclusively dedicated to the management of foot and ankle conditions including bunions, forefoot deformity, heel pain or tendon problems around the ankle. I have developed a particular expertise in complex hind foot reconstructions for deformity or arthritis; Total Ankle replacements; management of articular cartilage defects around the ankle; as well as sports and overuse injuries. As a result I regularly accept tertiary referrals from other orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeons for the management of such cases and treat professional sports men and women.

My private practice is at the Fortius clinic with diagnostic centres in the Harley street medical area, the city of London and Wimbledon.

I am a member of British Foot and Ankle society and have published numerous peer reviewed articles in foot and ankle journals. I regularly support the teaching and training of junior doctors and surgeons in their quest to become consultant orthopaedic surgeons and run a fellowship programme for foot and ankle surgery at Guys hospital. I have trained many surgeons who are now themselves foot and ankle consultants around the U.K. and beyond.