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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
Following completion of his undergraduate training in Podiatric medicine at Northampton University in 2001, Mr Withey began his career as a Podiatrist working for the NHS in Suffolk. In 2008 he moved to work at the Norfolk Foot Surgery Centre and in 2009 where he was appointed Podiatric Surgical trainee. During this time, Mr Withey completed post graduate training in Podiatric Surgery at Queen Margaret’s University Edinburgh and Glasgow Caledonian University. He also completed surgical rotations at West Middlesex Hospital, Newark Hospital and Walsall Manor Hospital. Following this he was awarded his Fellowship in Podiatric Surgery.
Mr Withey has fifteen years post graduate experience in biomechanics, Podiatric Surgery and treatment of foot pathology. He has lectured at many national conferences on various foot conditions and more recently published his surgical technique for the treatment of mid-foot osteoarthritis in the leading international foot journal, Journal of “Foot and Ankle Surgery”.
Mr Withey can offer advice and treatment for any foot condition and has a network of colleagues with the expertise to ensure you gain an accurate diagnosis and the most up to date evidenced based treatment.
Areas of interest
Foot and toe deformities
Chronic ankle instability
Osteoarthritis affecting the foot and ankle
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, East Suffolk and North Essex NHS Foundation Trust
Queen Elizabeth Hospital Kings Lynn NHS Foundation Trust
Arthritis of the foot and ankle.
Outside of work Mr Withey enjoys playing rugby, Skiing, running, cycling and sea fishing.
Tarsometatarsal joint arthrodesiswith trephine joint resection and dowel calcaneal bone graft.
The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery
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365 patients treated over last three years with post operative surgical data (PASCOM-10). Patient reported outcomes at 6 months following their operation.
262 Much better (71.8%)
79 Better (21.6%)
7 The same (1.9%)
9 A little worse (2.5%)
6 Deteriorated (1.6%)
2 Not stated (0.5%)
129 hallux valgus corrections.
100 Much better (77.5)
27 Better (20.9%)
2 The same (1.6%)
- Podiatric Medicine Northampton University 2001
- Fellowship in Podiatric Surgery College of Podiatry 2013
Professional bodies (positions held - last 3 yrs)
- Podiatrist Health and Care Professions Council 2001
Affiliations / memberships
College of Podiatry
Health and Care Professions Council
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