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A patient Dr R gives his first hand experience on recovering from bilateral major hindfoot surgery

Date: 6th May 2019

Hindfoot surgery – Some practical guidance from a patient’s perspective   In my case I had a Calcaneal osteotomy, spring ligament repair and flexor tendon re-implantation for a tendon condition called Posterior Tibial Syndrome. This condition led to extreme flat feet, foot and ankle pain and loss of function in that I was unable to […]

Some before and after Bunion Pics

Date: 6th May 2019

We only operate on bunions if they hurt but there is no harm in making them look good as well! If a foot looks like a foot then it usually works like one. This patient had bunions and lesser toe problems on both feet, the left has been operated on and today I am doing […]

Recovering from Flat Foot Reconstruction for Tibialis Posterior Insufficiency

Date: 6th May 2019

I would like to thank AW, a great patient of mine for the below. Its some practical pointers about her journey through this procedure and she would love to share it with you: I have always had flat feet – one of my earliest memories is how my wet footprint was different to that of […]

Helping to make a Dog’s life better

Date: 1st Aug 2016

What a pleasure to hear from MIchael Carter: “I was a patient of Mr Singh last year after breaking my ankle while water-skiing . I wanted to let him know how delighted I am with the outcome . I am water-skiing well again and my horse-riding is coming on nicely. I have also just complete […]

Goodbye Emblem, Hello Shard

Date: 21st Feb 2016

We had a big change to the practice recently. After running my clinic for 10 years in Emblem House in London Bridge the outpatient clinic has moved to The Shard. I was sad to go- but my excellent team of nurses have come with me so the change is more tolerable. The new flagship facility […]

Morton’s Neuroma: You can run after the surgery

Date: 21st Feb 2016

Neuroma’s hurt, once you have tried simple measures such as injections or insoles and if it keeps being sore then surgery is an option. Gillian C was back to running after a few weeks and she emailed me once she got her PB: “I just wanted to let you know I ran a 10k at […]

An excellent rehab facility for my Dubai based patients

Date: 21st Feb 2016

I was in Dubai last week and caught up with some old colleagues. A few of the physios I used to work with in London, including Kelly Robinson, Christine Flynn and Renee Knowles now work out there in a great set up called “Up and Running.” Its the brainchild of a Senior Sports Doc Anna […]

A physiotherapist gives some pointers after recovering from his own ankle arthroscopy

Date: 17th Jan 2016

Jay Flitter is both a leading physio in the City but also trains other Physio’s. He is a pretty tough guy who loves his sport but was troubled by a “Footballers Ankle,” a condition where there is a lot of bone overgrowth at the front of the ankle which can block movement. I asked Jay […]

Can you run after having Bunion Surgery? Ask Duncan Macrae

Date: 10th Jan 2016

Sometimes its nice to hear back from an old patients- especially the kind who never attended any follow-ups after you took the stitches out! Imagine the pleasure to hear back from Duncan.  By the way ladies, he also needs to wear elegant shoes as he is a model! “Back in 2008 you performed a metatarsal […]

Webbed toes: A simple world first!

Date: 10th Jan 2016

The simplest thing can make a big difference. A member of staff mentioned her 2nd and 3rd toes which were partly joined together from birth (a webbed toe). She was embarrassed to show her toes in sandals or to walk barefoot. I took out my Sharpie Pen and drew a black mark to extend the […]

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About Sam Singh

As a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and Harvard University, and a fully qualified Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon, Sam Singh stays on top of the latest surgical techniques and practices.

As well as his position as a Consultant at Guy's and St Thomas' NHS Foundation Trust', Sam Singh privately consults at the London Bridge Hospital, the Lister Hospital in Chelsea, the Sloane in Beckenham and Chelsfield Park in Orpington.

Sam Singh is recognised by all the major insurance companies including AXA PPP, BUPA, AVIVA, PRU Health, Simply Health and WPA. All his charges fall within their guidelines.