Mr Tim Sinnett is a Trauma and Orthopaedic with specific interest in Adult Foot and Ankle. His extensive experience is made up of all aspects of ankle, hindfoot, midfoot and forefoot pathology. He is an avid believer in patient empowerment and autonomy, especially when decisions regarding surgery are required. Ensuring a high quality patient journey from first assessment to full rehabilitation is at the heart of his practice.
He completed his medical training at Cambridge University in 2003 and Imperial College School of Medicine in 2006. He started his post-graduate training in Trauma and Orthopaedics on the North West Thames Rotation in 2010 and was awared the FRCS (Tr & Orth) in 2016. He has gained general and sub-specialty trauma experience at Imperial College Healthcare Trust. He has completed the prestigious Surrey Foot and Ankle Fellowship and has been a Consultant at Chelsea and Westminister NHS Foundation Trust since 2017.
Mr Sinnett is highly experienced in treating heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon disorders, ankle arthritis, cartilage injuries, ankle ligament injuries, flat feet, os naviculare syndrome, bunions (hallux valgus), big toe arthritis (hallux rigidus), lesser toe deformities, plantar plate injuries, metatarsal fractures, calcaneal fractures, ankle fractures, tibial fractures, sports injuries.
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Chelsea & Westminster Hospital NHS Foundation Trust