Mr Eyre is a Yorkshire trained orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in disorders of the Foot & Ankle.
He graduated from Leeds Medical School, before commencing basic surgical training at the Yorkshire School of Surgery. Following a year of Orthopaedic research, he was appointed to the Higher Surgical Training programme in Orthopaedics.Latterly with a focus on Lower Limb Orthopaedics, Trauma /Military surgery, and Foot & Ankle surgery.
His training continued with Fellowship training in Foot & Ankle and Trauma surgery in Leeds, and completed with a Fellowship at the prestigious Avon Orthopaedic Centre with Ian Winson (past president of EFAS).
Here he acquired specialist skills in minimally invasive Foot & Ankle surgery; widely recognised to offer quicker healing and smaller scars.
His achievements have recently been recognised at a national level, with the award of The British Foot & Ankle Society Travelling Fellowship to Zurich, Switzerland. Mr Eyre has presented at numerous national and international conferences, and has contributed to scientific literature in Trauma, Sports injury, and Orthopaedic surgery.
Mr Eyre is a keen teacher, and holds Honorary senior lecturer status at Leeds Medical School. He is involved in admissions interviewing, training and assessing undergraduate medical students.He is a surgical trainer, and has a particular interest in designing computer software and simulators to aid surgical training.