Friday 4th October 2019
Lord's Cricket Ground, London
INCLUDING MULTIPLE CADAVERIC DEMONSTRATIONS
Mr James Calder qualified from The London Hospital in 1991 and gained his FRCS in 1995. He won the prestigious Laming Evans Fellowship from the Royal College completing his Doctorate of Medicine thesis in 2001. He completed his PhD thesis in 2017 on “Management of ankle injuries in athletes”.
James spent a 12-month fellowship in foot and ankle surgery under Dr Terry Saxby at the Brisbane Foot and Ankle Centre, Australia and was Travelling Fellow for the American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society in 2006. He is well recognised for his work in the arthroscopic management of sport-related ankle disorders.
James works with international athletes and sports professionals including Barclays Premier League soccer teams, Real Madrid, FC Barcelona, AC Milan and Aviva Premiership rugby clubs in addition to the British Olympic team, British athletics, gymnastics, hockey, netball and sailing, England cricket, rugby and soccer. He also looks after patients from the Royal Ballet, Covent Garden and Birmingham Royal Ballet and is Medical Advisor to Dance UK.
James is an honorary consultant at the Chelsea and Westminster Hospital and was appointed Visiting Professor at Imperial College, London in 2014. He remains actively involved in research projects at Imperial College and the Fortius Clinic, London of which he was a founding member. He is vice-president of ESSKA-AFAS and Chairman of the Achilles Tendon Study Group. He was Associate Editor of Knee Surgery, Sports, Traumatology and Arthroscopy (KSSTA) Journal until 2014 and served on the Clinical Studies Group for Arthritis Research UK from 2011. His main areas of research include Achilles tendon, articular cartilage and sports-related ankle and foot injuries. James is on the Editorial Board of Bone and Joint Journal and Specialty Editor for Foot and Ankle.
Mr Clark is a Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon with expertise in the management of the full range of foot and ankle conditions.
His surgical interests include arthritis and deformity correction, with a special interest in sports injuries and complex bunion and toe deformities. Wherever appropriate he uses arthroscopic and minimally invasive techniques. He places particular emphasis on a close working relationship with physiotherapists and podiatrists in achieving optimal outcomes for patients.
Recent and current appointments
Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon, Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals, Berkshire
Co-founder, The Windsor Foot and Ankle Clinic
Publications, lectures and teaching
National and international publications and presentations in the field of Foot and Ankle surgery
Lectures nationally to surgeons, general practitioners, physiotherapists and podiatrists Member of the Education Committee of the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS)
Nationally-recognised postgraduate foot and ankle fellowship trainer since 2007
Royal College of Surgeons of England
British Orthopaedic Association
British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine
British Trauma Society
Mr Tim Clough qualified from the Universities of St Andrews, Scotland and Manchester in 1992. He holds a full time Consultant post at Wrightington, Wigan and Leigh NHS Foundation Trust and is an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Salford.
Mr Clough specialises in ankle and foot surgery and sports injuries. He gained extensive training in these areas through an International Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship in Canada and through a Foot and Ankle Fellowship at Wrightington. During his training, he won both the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) Sanofi Synthelabo Travelling Fellowship Prize in 2002 and the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Travelling Fellowship Prize in 2003.
He is currently the foot and ankle surgeon for several professional Premiership and Championship football teams, Super League rugby teams and a local Premiership rugby union team. He has published articles on ankle and big toe joint replacements, day case forefoot surgery, trauma foot surgery and the role of PRP in plantar fasciitis and presents regularly at regional, national and international meetings. His current areas of research include the clinical outcome of ankle replacement, treatment options of failed bunion surgery and newer treatment outcomes for chronic Achilles tendinopathy.
Mr Clough is a keen teacher, is a Faculty member on the BMSc course at University of Dundee, a Faculty member on the MSc Orthopaedic course at the University of Salford and serves as an elected member of the Scientific Committee for the British Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (BOFAS).
Andrew Molloy is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at University Hospital Aintree as well as at the Sefton Suite. He is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at the University of Liverpool.
Mr Molloy qualified from University of Leeds in 1996, gained his surgical membership in 2000 and successfully passed his final specialist Trauma and Orthopaedic examinations in 2005, thus gaining the FRCS (Tr & Orth). He completed his training with a 6-month fellowship in Foot and Ankle surgery under one of the world’s most eminent Foot and Ankle surgeons, Dr Mark Myerson, in Baltimore USA.
Mr Molloy has published widely on Foot and Ankle surgery as well as trauma surgery, including both new research and invited review articles. Research has lead to him winning the AO UK trauma prize as well as the Roger Mann award, probably one of the most respected Foot and Ankle Research prizes. Mr Molloy presents research regularly at many national and international conferences. He has also written many book chapters on his chosen sub-speciality. He was made a guest editor for Foot and Ankle Clinics of North America and is a reviewer for the Bone and Joint Journal.
He is regularly invited to lecture both nationally and internationally, teaching both junior doctors and other Orthopaedic surgeons. This includes national courses as well as courses in Switzerland and Italy. He was elected to the Scientific Committee of the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society. He is an invited member of the European Round Table of Foot an Ankle Surgery consensus group and an international Ankle Instability consensus group. He has co-convened both national and international foot and ankle conferences. He is a Co-Director of cadaveric training course for other foot and ankle surgeons.
Specialising as a foot and ankle surgeon, Mr Molloy treats all disorders of the foot and ankle including bunions (minimally invasive surgery), flat feet, 1st MPT Joint Fusion, ankle replacements, ankle ligament surgery and arthritis. He has a specialist interest in foot and ankle sporting injuries (treating both professional and recreational sportspeople) offering both open and arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery.
Peter Rosenfeld is a Consultant Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgeon and Head of the Foot & Ankle Unit at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust, previously appointed as the Consultant Foot & Ankle surgeon to St Mary's Hospital, London in 2004.
Peter trained at the Royal London Hospital, including one year at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and attaining the FRCS (Orth) in 2003. From there he went on to subspecialise in Foot & Ankle surgery with the internationally recognised Dr T.Saxby. Adopting a broad based approach, he developed the service at St Mary's into a regional foot & ankle unit receiving tertiary referrals from across Southern England. The multidisciplinary clinics included a specialised physiotherapist, podiatrist, orthotist and physicians with expertise in rheumatology and diabetes.
At Imperial, Peter undertakes both teaching and research - particularly in the areas of ankle replacement and cartilage reconstruction – he is a Sports Medicine trainer for West London and the Oxford regions. This particular area of expertise led in 2012 to appointment by the London Organising Committee of the Olympic and Paralympic Games - LOCOG - as Foot & Ankle Surgeon for both the Olympic and Paralympic Games.
Peter runs two courses at the Royal College of surgeons: a cadaveric instructional course on ankle replacements for new consultants, and a cadaveric physiotherapy instructional course on foot and ankle pathologies.
Mr James Stanley currently works at the York Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust and Ramsay Clifton Park Hospital. He graduated in 1998 from the Royal Free Hospital in London, and gained training in Lister Hospital, Stevenage and York Hospital before his fellowship training in both Ireland and York. His specialist areas include minimally invasive surgery, arthroscopic surgery, ligament reconstruction, sports injuries and arthritic surgery – in particular early onset and prevention. He has an active research interest and specialism in diabetic feet. James regularly delivers lectures and surgical demonstrations, regionally, nationally and internationally and has a prominent role in the teaching of medical students.
Mr Rhys Thomas graduated from University College Hospital, London in 1990. He completed a 12-month fellowship in adult foot and ankle surgery under Dr Tim Daniels in Toronto in 2001 and was subsequently awarded Travelling Fellowships by both the European and American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society.
Rhys was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in Cardiff in 2003 and supervises the local foot and ankle fellowship. His main interest is in sporting injuries of the foot and ankle and he works with professional and recreational athletes across a wide variety of sports. He is a Fellow of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine and is also a member of the BOFAS Education Committee