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Mr David Machin

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

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Mr Machin is a trauma & orthopaedic surgeon with a specialist interest in Foot & Ankle surgery.

His NHS practice is at Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust (Leighton Hospital). He offers private practice consultations and surgery at the South Cheshire private hospital, The Yale private hospital and consults at the Spire's Abergele rooms.

Mr Machin is the Clinical Director of Orthopaedics, joint Lead for trauma and Associate Director of Foundation Training at the Mid-Cheshire Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

Mr Machin concluded his orthopaedic training in an internationally recognised higher surgical training fellowship at Wirral University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust, during this fellowship he received advanced training in the management of complex elective, revision and trauma foot and ankle conditions.

Prior to this he completed six years of specialist orthopaedic training in the Mersey Deanery, rotating through many of the local hospitals, including the regional trauma centres. This followed on from his core surgical training after qualifying with Honours from The University of Liverpool School of Medicine in 2003.

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bunion treatment; arthritis of the foot; arthritis of the ankle; tendon problems of the foot and ankle; instability of the ankle; lesser toe deformity; ingrowing toe nail; Achilles tendon rupture; Achilles tendon pain; heel pain; flat foot; fractures of the foot or ankle; big toe joint stiffness and/or pain; sports injury to the foot or ankle;

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