Mr Sam Singh: Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

Mr Sam Singh

Senior Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery


  • Fee assured

Specialises in

  • Ankle
  • Foot

About me

For 12 years Sam Singh has been the lead Foot and Ankle Surgeon at Guys and St Thomas', a leading UK teaching hospital.

As well as being regarded as one of London's leading Foot and Ankle Specialists, nine other Foot and Ankle consultants in the South East have trained directly under him through the fellowship program he founded.

He graduated from Cambridge University, trained in Orthopaedic surgery in London and completed his training in Boston, USA. He is the only British Surgeon to have ever been awarded a specialist fellowship in Foot and Ankle Surgery from Harvard University.

He offers the latest proven techniques for managing all Foot and Ankle disorders including: Ankle sports Injuries, ligament injuries, bunions and hammertoes, Morton’s Neuroma and tendon disorders, Arthritis of the foot and ankle, Achilles tendon issues, Plantar Fasciitis, and minimally invasive foot surgery.

His commitment to giving patients clear and honest advice on recovering from injury or surgery led to his invitation to be be the senior editor on Bunions and Morton’s neuroma for the UK's leading patient resource, "NHS Choices." He also regularly publishes in academic and popular media.

He is passionate about his work, delivering his patients their care in a reassuring manner with a sprinkling of good humour.

He is a preferred provider of all insurance companies as his charges fall within their guidelines.

Here is what some of his patients say:
Mr Singh (Sam) treated my mortons neuroma. It was not something I wanted to have going wrong but he made me feel absolutely relaxed about the whole affair. When I had the surgery he was abundantly warm and explained both the procedure and the outcome in terms I could understand. He is an interesting person with a great manner so if you are looking for a serious doctor - he is it. I would recommend Mr Singh wholeheartedly. Zoe L

Areas of interest

Bunion; Hallux valgus; Mortons NeuromaArthritis; Sports injuries; Foot pain; Foot surgery; Ankle surgery; Ankle Ligament reconstruction ; Arthroscopy; hammer toes; achilles tendon; fractures;Osteochondral defects;Plantar Fasciitis;Running injuries; Rugby Injuries; Revision surgery;Osteotomy; Trauma; Fractures; Lower limb trauma; Leg pain; Joint pain; Second opinions on complex foot and ankle problems

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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 - (>50)

    (1-5) (1-5) (1-5)

  • W9040

    Injection(s) +/- aspiration, into joint, cyst, bursa - (5-50)

    (5-50) (5-50)

  • W2830

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

    (5-50) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5)

  • W0860

    Metatarso-phalangeal cheilectomy - unilateral, as sole procedure - (5-50)

    (5-50) (1-5) (1-5)

  • W8640

    Complex therapeutic arthroscopy of ankle, with multiple bony, joint surface and soft tissue procedures - (5-50)

    (5-50) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5)

  • W0460

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

    (5-50) (1-5) (1-5) (1-5)

  • A6080

    Neurectomy (major nerve) - (5-50)

    (5-50) (1-5) (1-5)

  • W0850

    Partial excision of bone (including exostoses) - (5-50)

    (1-5) (1-5) (1-5)

  • S5210

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

    (1-5) (1-5)

  • T5780

    Extracorporeal shockwave therapy for plantar fasciitis - (5-50)


  • T8002

    Minor release of muscle for pain or contracture (involving small joint) - (5-50)


  • S1110

    Curettage/cryotherapy of lesion of skin (including cauterisation) - up to three - (5-50)


  • S7010

    Wedge excision or avulsion of nail (including chemical ablation of nail bed) - (1-5)

    (1-5) (1-5)

  • W1040

    Osteotomy of short bone of foot (excluding hallux valgus and including internal fixation) - (1-5)

    (1-5) (1-5)

  • W0463

    Complex procedure to mid foot and hindfoot without autogenous graft (osteotomy/fusion +/- tendon transfers/fixation) - (1-5)


  • W8630

    Therapeutic arthroscopy of ankle with either soft tissue procedure or bony +/or joint surface procedure (as sole procedure) - (1-5)


  • W6017

    Ankle arthrodesis with internal fixation (arthroscopic) - (1-5)

    (1-5) (1-5)

  • T6800

    Delayed or secondary repair of tendon (including graft, transfer and/or prosthesis) (not otherwise specified) - (1-5)


  • W1940

    Primary open reduction of short bone with fixation (including intra-articular) - (1-5)


  • W0861

    Metatarso-phalangeal cheilectomy - bilateral, as sole procedure - (1-5)

    (1-5) (1-5)

  • T7010

    Percutaneous tenotomy - (1-5)

  • W6019

    Ankle syndesmosis reconstruction - (1-5)


  • S5730

    Surgical toilet and debridement of deep wound (including traumatic or post-operative aetiology) - (1-5)

  • W5940

    Fusion of interphalangeal joint(s) of toe (including internal fixation) - (1-5)


  • A6180

    Excision of lesion of major nerve - (1-5)

  • W8650

    Therapeutic subtalar arthroscopy (including synovectomy to gain vision) - (1-5)

  • X4810

    Change of cast without general anaesthetic - (1-5)

  • S4480

    Removal of foreign body in deeper tissue - (1-5)

  • T6822

    Delayed or secondary repair of Achilles tendon with tendon or fascial graft - (1-5)


  • W0310

    Multiple procedures on forefoot, distal to and including the tarsometatarsal joints, which involves at least two distinct procedures not intrinsic to each other - bilateral - (1-5)

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