- Mr Nicholas Cullen MBBS BSC (Hon) FRCS (Orth)
- Mr Andrew Goldberg OBE MBBS MD FRCS FRCSI FRCS(Tr&Orth)
- Mr Mark Herron MB ChB FRCS FRCS(Tr&Orth)
- Mr Simon Moyes MB ChB FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Mr Nicholas Cullen MBBS BSC (Hon) FRCS (Orth)
Nick Cullen was appointed as a Consultant in the Foot & Ankle unit at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Trust, Stanmore in August of 2005. The Foot & Ankle Unit at the RNOH is a tertiary referral centre, treating many of the complex foot & ankle cases that are referred from hospitals throughout the South of England.
Mr. Cullen graduated from University College and Middlesex Hospitals in 1993 and trained in hospitals in London and Cape Town before taking up his Orthopaedic Surgery rotation based at The Middlesex Hospital in London. Mr. Cullen has undertaken fellowships in the UK studying foot and ankle surgery at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore, Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge, and in Dallas, USA as part of a British Orthopaedic Foot Surgery Society travelling fellowship.
Mr. Cullen is actively involved in the training of Specialist GP's and higher surgical trainees on the London Orthopaedic rotations, he is a co-convener the renowned Stanmore Foot course, a programme that promotes foot and ankle surgery nationally. He has published a number of papers on foot and ankle surgery and he has an ongoing interest in research within the department. He is a member of the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Surgery Society, and the London Foot Group.
Mr Cullen's Practice at the Wellington Hospital deals solely with problems of the foot and ankle, his interests include sports injuries, bunion, toe deformity, arthroscopy, arthritis and tendon disorders. He works closely with the physiotherapy department, podiatrists and orthotists to provide a comprehensive, holistic service of care for a broad spectrum of foot and ankle disorders tailored to each patients needs.
Telephone: 01784 248711
Mr Andrew Goldberg OBE MBBS MD FRCS FRCSI FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Mr Goldberg specialises solely in foot and ankle conditions including ankle sprains, ankle arthritis, cartilage injuries, ankle replacement, arthroscopy, bunions, claw toes and complex foot and ankle problems. He works in a multidisciplinary team including podiatrists, physiotherapists, pilates instructors, and orthotists. His practice is entirely focussed on listening to patient’s needs and outcomes based treatments.
He qualified from St Mary’s Hospital Medical School (Imperial College London) graduating in 1994. He obtained fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of England and Ireland in 1997/8 and then spent a year in full time research working towards a higher degree (MD) awarded by the University of London. His specialist training was on the North East Thames rotation in Trauma & orthopaedics with a specialist fellowship in complex foot and ankle disorders at the Oxford Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital with Mr Paul Cooke. Prior to this he also spent a year on a travelling fellowship to fifteen centres of excellence across the USA and Europe.
Mr Goldberg became an orthopaedic consultant in 2009 and spent a year in Northampton before moving to the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital NHS Trust in April 2010 where he has a joint appointment with UCL as a Clinical Senior Lecturer in Trauma & Orthopaedics. He runs a pioneering research program exploring regenerative treatments including cartilage transplantation; the effects of Stem Cell Therapy on Achilles Tendinopathy; and a national clinical trial comparing ankle replacements against ankle fusion. He was also responsible for the creation of the National Joint Registry for Ankle Replacements. He sits on the Scientific Committee of the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS), and is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, the British Orthopaedic Research Society, the American Orthopaedic Research Society, and the London Foot Group.
He chairs the Medical Futures Innovation Awards and sits on the Health Innovation Council at the Department of Health. Mr Goldberg has authored several text books, and is editor for the Clinical Talk Series, distributed by World Scientific Publications. He was awarded an OBE in the 2011 Queen’s New Year’s Honours List for services to medicine.
Telephone: 0845 556 1301
Mr Mark Herron MB ChB FRCS FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Mark Herron qualified from Birmingham University Medical School in 1991. He trained in surgery between Birmingham and Bristol before Orthopaedic specialist training in Birmingham and the Midlands and being awarded The FRCS(TR & Orth) in 2000. His sub-speciality training in Foot and Ankle surgery was with Mr Roger Atkins at The Bristol Royal Infirmary, Mr Michael Stephens at the Cappagh and Mater Misericordiae Hospitals in Dublin and Mr Paul Cooke at The Nuffield Orthopaedic Hospital in Oxford. He was appointed a locum consultant at the Nuffield Orthopaedic in 2002 before taking up a permanent consultant post at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 2003 where he developed the Foot and Ankle service. Since late 2007 he has worked in full time private practice.
Mr Herron set up the Foot and Ankle Clinic at the Priory Hospital in Edgbaston, Birmingham in 2004 and remains the director of this multi-disciplinary group practice.
His first educational web site www.thefootandankleclinic.com was launched in 2004 and continues to provide high quality patient orientated education. www.footsurgeryatlas.com launched in December 2007 is aimed at healthcare professionals involved or interested in the practice of Foot and Ankle surgery.
Mr Herron's practice encompasses all areas of adult and adolescent elective and traumatic conditions of the Foot and Ankle .He is in private clinical practice in Edgbaston , Birmingham and The Wellington Hospital in London.
Telephone: 0207 483 5321
Mr Simon Moyes MB ChB FRCS (Tr&Orth)
Simon Moyes qualified from The Middlesex Hospital in 1982. His subsequent training and orthopaedic rotations have been completed at various teaching hospitals in London, and Cambridge including a 6 month release from his training program to undertake Clinical Research at Northwick Park Hospital and subsequent visiting fellowships to the Royal North Shore Hospital in Sydney and the Southern California Orthopaedic Institute in Los Angeles. He became a lecturer in Orthopaedics at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in 1992, this being a twelve month post.
Simon Moyes took up a post of Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at UCL Hospitals in London in 1994 with a special interest in arthroscopic surgery in sports medicine. He went into full time private practice in 1997 and continues this.
Mr Moyes consults out of The Wellington Hospital in St John's Wood, 31 Old Broad Street and also 30 Devonshire Street in the West End. He does seven private clinics a week and two full operating lists per week.
Mr Moyes's main orthopaedic interests are of arthroscopic and minimally invasive treatment of problems of the knee, shoulder, foot and ankle. Research interests currently are development of minimally invasive and arthroscopic techniques for the knee, shoulder, foot and ankle.