Mr Mark Davies specialises in all aspects of elective and trauma surgery relating to foot and ankle pathology. He is known for his non interventional approach to foot and ankle disorders and will only operate when there is no other reasonable alternative. From painful corns and bunions to complex reconstructive surgery and ankle replacements, he has a vast experience of foot and ankle surgery gathered over twenty years in his chosen clinical field. Mr Mark Davies was the orthopaedic foot and ankle surgeon for Chelsea Football Club as well as Tottenham Hotspur and Arsenal from 2005 – 2015.
Mr Mark Davies was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Foot and Ankle disorders at Guy and St Thomas’ hospital in 1999 where he established the first Foot and Ankle Unit in the NHS in Central London. He has written chapters for Gray’s Anatomy and New Aird’s Companion in Surgical Studies as well as Bailey and Love’s Short Practice of Surgery which is and has been the surgical text book of choice for medical students and surgeons in training. He has published over thirty papers and written many book chapters covering all aspects of foot and ankle surgery.
Mr Mark Davies founded the London Foot and Ankle Centre in 2002 at the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth. It now has clinics at London Bridge Hospital, The Lister Hospital and the Cromwell Hospital, as well as the Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth. He has hand selected outstanding surgeons in the field of foot and ankle surgery to establish the largest and longest established foot and ankle centre in the United Kingdom. He now works full time at the London Foot and Ankle Centre accepting referrals from all over the UK and abroad.