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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Paul Fenton at Spire include:
Ankle arthroscopy, Ankle stabilisation, Foot and ankle fusion surgery, Achilles tendon repair, Internal Fixation of foot and ankle fractures, Corrective osteotomy of foot, ankle and tibia.
After undergraduate training in Edinburgh I completed Orthopaedic training in Birmingham. This was followed by specialist fellowship training in Limb Reconstruction Surgery in Bristol and Foot and Ankle Surgery in Sheffield as well as a visiting fellowship to Tampa, Florida with Dr Roy Sanders.
Since 2015 I have worked as an Orthopaedic Trauma Consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital which serves as the major trauma centre for Birmingham and the surrounding region. I am a member of the limb reconstruction unit, receiving tertiary referrals from across the region.
I specialise in complex lower limb trauma including periarticular fractures, foot and ankle trauma, orthoplastic injuries and post-traumatic limb reconstruction. A significant proportion of my practice involves the use of circular fixators for both acute and delayed trauma reconstruction (nonunion malunion and bone infection) as well as the management of post-traumatic and elective foot and ankle conditions, including sports injuries.
At Spire Little Aston Hospital I manage conditions of the foot and ankle including trauma, forefoot deformity, sports injuries and arthritic conditions.
MB ChB / University of Edinburgh / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
FRCS / England / 2012
Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
MRCS / England / 2014
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
Education Lead, Foundation training, Orthopaedic Trauma Department, Queen Elizabeth Hospital
Programme organiser of Orthopaedic Trauma section of the Trauma Care Conference
Consultant Orthopaedic Trauma Surgeon, Queen Elizabeth Hospital, University Hospitals BirminghamBack to top
Invited reviewer for: British Medical Journal; Journal of the Royal Army Medical CorpsBack to top
I am married with two children, we have lived in Sutton Coldfield for the past 10 years. As a family we enjoy hill walking, biking and skiing. I am a keen trail runner and mountain biker and have completed ultramarathons in the lake district and the Brecon beacons. I have twice completed the 3 peaks challenge as part of a team sponsored for charity.Back to top
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