Mr Matthew Solan

Mr. Solan deals with all foot and ankle disorders and sports injuries. He treats children as well as adults. He has special expertise in the painful big toe, part of the international team pioneering Cartiva surgery. He runs Instructional Courses on key-hole ankle surgery for sports injuries. He also has a particular interest in the treatment of stubborn heel pain. He established and runs the UK’s first ‘One-Stop’ clinic for heel and ankle problems such as ankle tendonitis and plantar fasciitis. He has pioneered the use of minimally invasive muscle release surgery and shock wave therapy for chronic heel pain

Clinic Hours

St John & St Elizabeth Hospital
St John’s Wood, London NW8 9NH

Telephone: 0207 078 3800

  • Monday 8.20am – 5.00pm Alternate Weeks
  • Tuesday 9.00am – 5.00pm Alternate Weeks
  • Wednesday 8.20am – 5.00pm Alternate Weeks
  • Friday 8.20am – 5.00pm Alternate Weeks


The Cromwell Hospital
164-178 Cromwell Road, London SW5 0TU

Telephone: 0207 078 3800

  • Friday 10.00am – 12noon (Alternate weeks) Adults and children

 

OneWelbeck
1 Welbeck Street, London NW8 9NH

Telephone: 0207 078 3800

  • Changes Weekly, please call to confirm clinic times

Biography

Consultant orthopaedic surgeon Matthew Solan joined LFAC in 2003. His specialist foot and ankle training included prestigious fellowships in the USA and Dublin.

 

Mr. Solan’s NHS post is at the Royal Surrey County Hospital where he established the UK’s first “one-stop” heel pain service, also available at LFAC. Mr. Solan is very active in research and training, having produced 20 scientific publications in the last five years alone on a broad range of themes, with a particular interest in the treatment of intractable heel pain. 

 

He is Program Director for Orthopaedic Surgery Training in Kent, Surrey and Sussex and chairman of the BOFAS Scientific Committee. Mr. Solan also holds academic posts: visiting Professor at London South Bank University and visiting lecturer at Surrey University.

Mr Solan Patient Testimonials

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