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Podiatric Surgery


Podiatry and Podiatric Surgery is an autonomous non-medical speciality, which provides surgical and non-surgical treatment of the Foot and ankle.  

The department offers a full range of surgical procedures, which can be undertaken on a day case basis. The vast majority of procedures offered can be carried out under local and regional anaesthesia, which means that patients experience a much quicker recovery and discharge post surgery.  

All out patients are seen at Cantley clinic in Doncaster. Surgery is carried out at Mexborough Montagu Hospital  

                                            The Podiatric Surgery Team  

Clinical head              Mr Antony N Wilkinson: Consultant Podiatrist in Foot and Ankle Surgery.  

Surgical staff             Maree Marks:  SpR Podiatrist in Foot and Ankle Surgery.

                                   James Harmer: Surgical Trainee  

Clinical Manager      Sally Plant: Staff Podiatrist  

The team also consists of a number of support staff, including, MSK Podiatrists, healthcare assistants and admin staff.

Services offered               Biomechanics and Gait analysis  

                                          Injection therapy for soft tissue and joint pain


Common Surgical Conditions 

  • Hallux Valgus (Bunions)  
  • Hallux Rigidus (Osteoarthritis)  
  • Hammer toes  
  • Metatarsalgia  
  • Mortons Neuroma  
  • Flat feet  
  • Lumps and Bumps  
  • Tendon problems


Patient information leaflets    A range of patient information leaflets are available.


The department monitors performance and quality by using both Patients reported outcome measures and patient satisfaction surveys. Click here for our latest audit information


Contact information  

Out patient department   Mon-Fri 08.30am -5.00pm

Department of Podiatric Surgery

Cantley Clinic

Middleham Road



Tel 01302 379523



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