A highly experienced Cheshire-based orthopaedic surgeon offering specialist treatment for foot and ankle conditions and injuries.
Mr Paul Sherry
is Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He offers private foot and ankle surgery at Spire Cheshire Hospital in Warrington, Cheshire.
A lower limb specialist in Cheshire
Following his graduation from St Bartholomew's and East Anglia Medical School, Mr Sherry undertook his specialist orthopaedic training in the UK and Canada. He was appointed Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 1995, where he continues to run a busy NHS service for all conditions affecting the musculoskeletal system.
Based at Spire Cheshire Hospital in Warrington, Mr Sherry's private work focuses on surgery for lower limb conditions, including degenerative conditions of, and injuries to, the foot and ankle. He welcomes both insured and self-funding patients and is available for consultation on Monday and Wednesday evenings and Thursday mornings.
State-of-the-art facilities for foot and ankle problems
Spire Cheshire Hospital provides rapid access to all the latest diagnostic technology and surgical and non-surgical treatments for foot and ankle problems. Their expert surgeons work in close collaboration with physicians and physiotherapists to provide comprehensive multidisciplinary care in a comfortable and supportive environment. Surgery is performed in state-of-the-art operating theatres with laminar flow technology that reduces the risk of airborne infection, using modern and minimally invasive techniques to reduce operating times and speed recovery.
Areas covered include:
Warrington, St Helen's, Wigan, Chester, Knutsford, Altrincham, Widnes and Northwich.
Foot and ankle conditions treated by Mr Paul Sherry
Mr Sherry offers surgical treatment for a range of problems affecting the foot and ankle, including:
- Arthritis of the foot and ankle
- Ligament damage and Achilles tendon rupture
- Lisfranc injury
- Fractures of the ankle, heel, talus, metatarsals and toes
- Pilon fractures of the ankle
- Diabetic foot
- Claw toe
- Plantar fasciitis and bone spurs
Expert ankle replacement surgery
Replacement surgery for the ankle joint has developed more slowly than that for the knee and hip, however recent advances in surgical techniques and in the manufacturing methods of implant systems have made it an increasingly popular choice for people experiencing severe arthritic stiffness and pain. Primarily designed to relieve pain, the operation is most suitable for less active patients over the age of 50.
Other treatments for ankle arthritis are removing any loose pieces of cartilage and bone arthroscopically (debridement) or fusing the bones of the ankle, and Mr Sherry is able to provide expert advice on which procedure would be the most suitable for each individual patient.
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