Mr Michael Oddy, Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr Michael Oddy MA, MB, BChir, MSc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon

MA, MB, BChir, MSc, FRCS (Tr & Orth)
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Areas of expertise

  • Trauma foot and ankle surgery
  • Foot and ankle fractures
  • Tendon and ligament injuries
  • Arthritis
  • Charcot/neuropathic deformity
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Recommendations for Mr Oddy

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Recommended by:

  • byDr Nathan Benjamin Cohen, GP

    Very dedicated, thorough and reliable surgeon. Holistic approach. Very experienced with diabetic/neuropathic pathology.

  • byDr Basil Almahdi, Pain Medicine Specialist

    I know mike from his NHS work at UCLH and his role as a lead of the teaching module at UCL medical school. He is one of the leading foot surgeons in the field with a huge experience and unique surgical skills

  • byDr Nathan Benjamin Cohen, GP

    Very dedicated, thorough and reliable surgeon. Holistic approach. Very experienced with diabetic/neuropathic pathology.

  • byDr Basil Almahdi, Pain Medicine Specialist

    I know mike from his NHS work at UCLH and his role as a lead of the teaching module at UCL medical school. He is one of the leading foot surgeons in the field with a huge experience and unique surgical skills

  • Address

    • Telephone or video consultation

      Available for patients, please call to arrange, London, W1G 6BW

    • The London Clinic

      20 Devonshire Place, Marylebone, London, W1G 6BW

    About Mr Michael Oddy

    GMC number: 4370198

    Year qualified: 1996

    Place of primary qualification: University of Cambridge

    Mr Michael Oddy is a consultant in trauma and orthopaedic surgery at University College London Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust where he has been working since 2009. He also serves as the orthopaedic lead for the diabetic foot service at UCLH. His practice includes all aspects of elective and trauma foot and ankle surgery including fractures, tendon and ligament injuries, arthritis and deformity including bunion and toe problems. He has an active interest in neurological foot problems. He was one among the six specialist foot and ankle surgeons serving the London 2012 Olympics.

    He is qualified in medicine from Christ’s College, University of Cambridge in 1996. He enrolled for an MSc at UCL and was awarded a distinction in 2002 with basic science research into tendons and gait. His orthopaedic training on the St Bartholomew’s hospital Percivall Pott rotation included specialist foot and ankle posts in Norwich and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore before completing a foot and ankle fellowship in Sheffield. He has also completed a paediatric fellowship at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital.

    He regularly contributes to research, teaching and training. He is an Honorary Associate Professor within the UCL Division of Surgery and is actively involved in research being a part of the Institute of Sports, Exercise and Health National Achilles Tendinopathy centre team. He also acts as the principal investigator in trials of grant-funded research into proprioception after limb injury and fractures healing in diabetes. He is the UCL Medical School Year 4 undergraduate module lead for orthopaedics and teaches UCL medical students.

    Areas of expertise

    • Achilles tendinopathy
    • Arthritis
    • Bunion
    • Charcot/neuropathic deformity
    • Diabetic foot problems
    • Foot and ankle deformity
    • Foot and ankle fractures
    • Hallux rigidus arthritis
    • Hammer and claw toes
    • Ingrowing toenails
    • Limb trauma and fractures
    • Metatarsalgia
    • Morton's neuroma
    • Neuropathic foot and ankle disorders
    • Sports injuries
    • Tendon and ligament injuries
    • Tendon disorders and ruptures
    • Toe problems
    • Trauma foot and ankle surgery

    Professional memberships

    British Medical Association (BMA)
    Royal College of Surgeons of England
    British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
    Royal Society of Medicine
    British Orthopaedic Research Society
    General Medical Council

    Articles by Mr Michael Oddy

    Comparison of locking versus nonlocking plates for distal fibula fractures

    Do broken toes need follow-up in the fracture clinic?

    Sports injury to a bipartite medial cuneiform in a child

    Sclerostin does not play a major role in the pathogenesis

    An unusual cause of an ankle mass

    Osteoid osteoma as a cause of anterior ankle pain in a runner

    The reliability and variation of measurements of the os calcis angles in children

    Presence and characterisation of anaemia in diabetic foot ulceration

    Failure in the application of fragility fracture prevention guidelines

    The burden of bone, native joint and soft tissue infections on orthopaedic emergency referrals in a city hospital

    Regeneration of a neo-enthesis in vivo

    Mechanical stability of a locked step-plate versus single compression screw fixation for medial displacement calcaneal osteotomy

    Disposable npwt device to facilitate early patient discharge following complex dfu

    Flexor digitorum longus tendon exposure for flatfoot reconstruction

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