Mr Mark Davies: Trauma & orthopaedic surgery
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Mr Mark Davies

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

 

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Specialises in

  • Ankle
  • Foot

About me

Mr Mark Davies took up a place to read medicine at Oxford University in 1981 and undertook his clinical training at St Mary’s Hospital, London. Mr Davies carried out his post-graduate training in and around London on the North West Thames circuit, gaining the FRCS (Orth) accreditation in 1996. In 1997 he worked for a year with the world-renowned foot and ankle surgeon, Mr Terence Saxby, in Brisbane, and completed his training on his return at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

Mr Davies was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, specialising in foot and ankle disorders, at Guy’s & St Thomas’ Hospitals in 1999. He has re-written chapters for Gray’s Anatomy and the New Aird’s Companion in Surgical Studies on foot and ankle conditions. He was one of the authors of the most recent edition of Bailey & Love’s “Short practice of surgery” and has published extensively within his field.

Mr Davies founded the London Foot and Ankle Centre (LFAC) in 2002 and is Clinical Director of the LFAC. He now works full time at the LFAC, accepting referrals from all over the UK and abroad.

Areas of interest

Ankle surgery; Foot surgery

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Procedures completed

  • W0300

    Multiple procedure on forefoot, distal to and including the tarsometatarsal joints, which involves at least two distinct procedures not intrinsic to each other - (5-50)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • W0460

    Complex procedure to mid foot or hindfoot without autogenous bone graft (osteotomy/fusion +/- tendon transfers) - (5-50)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (5-50)

  • T8003

    Major release of muscle for pain or contracture (e.g. quadriceps) (involving large joint) - (5-50)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • W2830

    Removal of internal fixation from bone / joint, excluding k-wires - (5-50)

  • S5210

    Injection into subcutaneous tissue/painful trigger point under local anaesthetic - (5-50)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • W7910

    Metatarsal osteotomy (eg Scarf) for Hallux valgus, +/- internal fixation and soft tissue correction - (1-5)

  • S5710

    Debridement of wound (and surgical toilet) - up to 25cm2 in area - (1-5)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • T6810

    Secondary repair of Achilles tendon - (1-5)

  • T7050

    Lengthening of tendon(s) or open tenotomy - (1-5)

  • W0330

    Fusion of first metatarso-phalangeal joint - (1-5)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • W0321

    Osteotomy/ies (eg Scarf and Akin) for Hallux Valgus correction with or without internal fixation and soft tissue correction - (1-5)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

  • W1590

    Correction of retracted/dislocated metatarsophalangeal joint (including tendon transfer, division/realignment of bone and internal fixation) - (1-5)

  • W0850

    Partial excision of bone (including exostoses) - (1-5)

  • W0390

    MTP I Joint (metatarsophalangeal joint inter) resurfacing arthroplasty with implant (eg Salu-Cartilage) - (1-5)

  • W0640

    Total excision of sesamoid bone - (1-5)

  • T5900

    Excision of ganglion - (1-5)

  • W9240

    Examination/ manipulation of joint under general anaesthetic +/- injection +/- arthrogram (as sole procedure) - (1-5)

  • W0464

    Complex procedure to mid foot and hindfoot with autogenous graft (osteotomy/fusion +/- tendon transfers, fixation) - (1-5)

  • T6980

    Tenolysis, of flexor tendon (not otherwise specified) - (1-5)

    Hospital of St John & St Elizabeth (1-5)

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