Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Face to Face, Video & Telephone Consultations

Sports Injuries
Musculoskeletal Injuries
Knee Pain
Knee Ligament Injuries
Knee Fractures
Knee Injuries
Knee Preservation Techniques
Kneecap Stabilisation 

Foot Pain

Foot Injuries

Foot fractures

Claw/Hammer Toes

Heel Pain

Plantar Fasciitis

Toe Problems


Compartment Syndrome

Ankle Pain

Ankle Injuries

Ankle Ligament Injuries

Ankle fractures

Ankle Ganglions

Ankle Limited Mobility

Ankle Stiffness

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At your initial consultation Mr Parker will assess your condition and book any required diagnostic imaging


Mr Parker will provide you with an individually tailored plan for your treatment and recovery


Treatment is complete, you are discharged

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Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr Paul Parker is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with over 23 years experience specialising in injuries of the knee, foot and ankle. He is the British Army's most senior Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, and has a busy NHS practice at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Birmingham, the UK's largest level 1 trauma centre.
Mr Parker's NHS base in Birmingham is a weekly commute from his home in North Yorkshire. Paul Parker Orthopaedics covers a large area of both the North East of England and the Midlands, having regular clinics at BMI Woodlands Hospital in Darlington, and BMI The Priory Hospital in Birmingham. Mr Parker prides himself in providing a bespoke service which centres around the individual needs of the patient. He and his team can provide a comprehensive assessment in the injuries of the knee, foot and ankle (both conservatively and operatively).
In 2012 Mr Parker chose to to concentrate on lower limb sports medicine, and soft tissue knee and ankle reconstruction. He treats a wide range of sports injuries from a high level athlete with a knee or ankle ligament injury, to someone who enjoys running or walking in their free time and is suffering with shin splints.  Having served on over 15 operational tours with the military, Mr Parker has an excellent understanding of the needs of the 'soldier athlete' and routinely treats military personnel from all over the UK and overseas. 

Mr Parker's specialist interests also include the more general wear and tear problems with the knee, ankle, foot and toes, such as knee or ankle instability, plantar fasciitis, and bunions. He is also keen to use modern joint preservation techniques to prolong the life of the knee and ankle, avoiding joint replacement surgery.

Mr Parker discusses treatment options for plantar fasciitis:


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