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Mr Stephen Hewitt is a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon in Caterham, Surrey
Foot & Ankle surgery including
Hallux valgus (Bunion) correction
1st Hallux (osteoarthritis) joint fusion
Hammer Toe deformities
Forefoot / metatarsal realignment/ fracture repairs
Ankle ligament repair / reconstruction
Achilles- Posterior tibialis - peroneal tendon repairs – transfers & re-grooving
Flat foot, Pes planus reconstruction
Haglunds calcaneal (heel) deformity
Mid foot Osteoarthritis
Sports / running injuries
Ankle arthroscopy Gait and Bio-mechanical analysis
Mr Stephen Hewitt is an NHS Consultant Podiatric Surgeon, who has been providing health care provision for over 20 years. Gaining extensive experience in Foot and Ankle surgery, whilst working in the Great Western Hospital Swindon and The West Middlesex University hospital London, which culminated in being awarded the Osteotec scholarship extending his scope of surgical practice at the Kaiser Permanente hospital in San Francisco and orthopaedic colleagues in Lübeck Germany; Al Hada military hospital Saudi Arabia; Nij Smellighe hospital in Holland. These were invaluable experiences gaining significant exposure in both conservative treatments and complex foot and ankle surgery, which underpins his practice today.
Stephen undertakes foot and ankle procedures, which are performed on a day case basis under either local or general anaesthetic. Also, inpatient hospital stay can be arranged if required. Recent independent audits have demonstrated high patient satisfaction rates 94.4% for a variety of common foot and ankle procedures. Stephen continues to lecture at both national and international conferences and has authored a number of articles in peer reviewed international surgical journals.
His under graduate thesis, in the management and treatment of lower limb injuries in professional football players, saw him attend Arsenal and Crystal Palace football clubs and the original national training centre at Lilleshall Shropshire.
His Master of Science thesis identified certain underlying medical health and smoking disorders had an enormous impact on increasing bone healing times & non union rates.
Faculty of Podiatric Surgery
American College Foot & Ankle Surgeons (Affiliate)
Royal Society of Medicine
Lewisham & Greenwich NHS Trust London