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Mr Hutton is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Spinal Surgeon working in Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital and Royal Devon and Exeter NHS Foundation Trust.
Mr Hutton studied medicine at London University and graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School in 1995. His basic surgical training was at St George's Hospital, London while he studied for his MRCS exams. He trained in Orthopaedic Surgery in Cambridge on the East Anglian training programme from 200 to 2005.
After successfully completing his final orthopaedic fellowship examinations he moved to Auckland, New Zealand to work at the Adidas Sports Medicine Institute looking after the national sports teams.
In 2006 he moved back to the UK to take up an AO/Synthes Travelling Spinal Fellowship position, working at the Harbour View Hospital in Seattle, USA, Vancouver General Hospital in Canada, Cambridge University Neurosurgical Unit, Ipswich Hospital. The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore and the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital in the UK.
Areas of interest
Degenerative change; Cervical Spine; Thoracic Spine; Lumbar Spine; Coccyx; Minimally Invasive Surgery; microdiscectomy; back pain; sciatica; nerve root pain; spinal injection therapy; disc surgery; spinal tumour surgery; coccygectomy; coccydynia; sacroiliac joint; scoliosis;
- Carolyn Richardson
- Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital Wonford Road EXETER EX2 4UG
- 01392 262132
- 01392 262153
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Christopher J Day Not Fee Assured
- Dr Alastair Martin Fee Assured
- Dr Alistair Hellewell Not Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Clinical Lead & Consultant Spine Surgeon
Royal Devon & Exeter Hospital
Elected member on the Executive Council of The British Association of Spine Surgeons.
British Spine Registry Lead
Magnetic Growing Rods
Mr. Hutton played first class rugby for Richmond, England U21, Middlesex and The Barbarians.
He is an avid sports follower.
National Back Care Award 2007
Global Spine Congress Award 2015 (Runner Up)
British Scoliosis Society Best Presentation 2015
Deformity patients: are they MRI compatible? An in-vitro study
Henry Budd · Michael Hutton · Oliver Stokes · Andrew Clarke · John Fulford · Jude Meakin
The Spine Journal 03/2015; 15(3):S82.
Article: Delayed Presentation of atlanto-axial rotatory subluxation with subsequent occipital-atlantal rotatory subluxation
Anil Dhadwal · A Clarke · A Singh · D Chan · M Hutton
Article: Clots and cauda equina: aortic obstruction as a rare cause of cauda equina syndrome
Joanna Maggs · Simon Humphry · Michael Hutton · Daniel Chan · Andrew Clarke
Primary care perceptions of the prevalence, diagnosis and management of coccydynia: Results of a web-based survey of Devon general practitioners
P Hourigan · A Clarke · H Challinor · J Powell · M J Hutton
Article: Erect radiographs to assess clinical instability in patients with blunt cervical spine trauma.
Simon Humphry · Andrew Clarke · Michael Hutton · Daniel Chan
The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 12/2012; 94(23):e1741-4.
Modic Vertebral Body Changes The Natural History as Assessed by Consecutive Magnetic Resonance Imaging
Michael J Hutton · Jens H Bayer · John M Powell
Spine 02/2011; 36(26):2304-7.
Respiratory failure due to a displaced fracture of the odontoid
A Clarke · M J Hutton · D Chan
The Bone & Joint Journal 07/2010; 92(7):1023-4.
Spontaneous resolution of a massive pseudomeningocoele.
Andrew Clarke · Michael Hutton
Acta orthopaedica Belgica 05/2009; 75(2):277-9.
A novel system for the irrigation of open fractures
K Karuppasamy · M J Hutton · M J LeF Porteous
Injury 11/2004; 35(10):980-1.
Courses offered to GPs
- BSc. University of London 1993
- MB BS Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School 1995
- MRCS Royal College Surgeons, England 2001
- FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics) Royal College of Surgeons 2005
Reference number 4203429
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Webmaster British Association Spine Surgeons 2011
- British Spine Registry Lead British Association Spine Surgeons 2015
Details of entry to specialist register
- Trauma & Orthopaedics , 2006
Affiliations / memberships
British Association Spine Surgeons
British Scoliosis Society
Royal College Surgeons
- Nuffield Health Exeter Hospital, EX2 4UG
- 09:00 - 19:00
- 01392 262132
Post treatment communication
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