About Mark Davies
Mark Davies is a leading expert in foot and ankle surgery and is respected worldwide. He specialises in all aspects of elective and trauma surgery relating to foot and ankle pathology. He is known for his non interventional approach to foot and ankle disorders and will only operate when there is no other reasonable alternative. From painful corns and bunions to complex reconstructive surgery and ankle replacements, he has a vast experience of foot and ankle surgery gathered over twenty years in his chosen clinical field.
Mark Davies Biography
Mark Davies was educated at Oxford and London Universities and carried out his orthopaedic training in London, completing his fellowship training in Australia in 1997 – 1998. On his return to the UK in 1999, he set up the first NHS foot and ankle unit at the London teaching hospital Guy’s and St. Thomas’s.
In 2003 he founded The London Foot and Ankle Centre in 2003. The centre is now the biggest and best known foot and ankle unit in the United Kingdom, and is based in four prestigious hospitals in London – The Hospital of St. John & St. Elizabeth, The London Bridge Hospital, The Lister Hospital and The Bupa Cromwell Hospital.
Mr. Davies has a wealth of experience and deals with all pathologies of the adult foot and ankle. He is the surgeon of choice for many elite sports teams and sports individuals, and has been the foot and ankle surgeon to many premiership football teams including Chelsea, Arsenal and Tottenham Hotspur.
He has published extensively in the field of foot and ankle surgery and is respected worldwide for his contribution to the world of foot and ankle surgery. He has contributed to many of the major textbooks in orthopaedics and was the editor of the 39th edition of Grays Anatomy.
He has assembled a team of outstanding colleagues who are all renowned in the field of foot and ankle surgery.
Mr. Davies prides himself on his friendly but thorough approach to all patients with foot and ankle pathology ranging from the elite sports person to the very elderly.
Monday 8.00am – 1.00pm
Tuesday 8.00am – 1.00pm
Wednesday 8.00am – 1.00pm
Thursday 8.00am – 1.00pm and 2.00pm – 5.00pm
Wednesday 2.20pm – 6.00pm
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