Dr Mark Williams

Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant

Mr Williams is a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon, with specialist interests in pelvic and acetabular trauma, hip and knee arthroplasty, young adult hip surgery and hip revision surgery. Mr Williams trained and worked in London, before moving to the south west in 2002 to finish his orthopaedic training. He has completed fellowships in hip and pelvic surgery in France, Switzerland and the UK.

MBBS, BSc, MRCS Ed, FRCS Ed (Trauma and Orth)

General areas of expertise:
Orthopaedic Trauma
Hip and knee arthroplasty surgery (hip and knee replacement)
Undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training

Specific areas of expertise:
Young adult hip surgery, hip pain and pathology including femoroacetabular impingement (FAI)
Pelvic and acetabular surgery
Periprosthetic fracture and revision hip surgery

Additional roles:
Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor
Faculty - South West Arthroscopy Course
Faculty – South West Sports Medicine Course (SportsMed South West)
Academic Tutor for Peninsula Medical School
Assigned Educational Supervisor, training supervisor and member of regional Higher Surgical Training Committee
Reviewer for British Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery

Relevant Publications:
Leunig M, Williams MR, Ganz R: ‘Treatment of femoroacetabular impingement – open.’ In: Guanche CA and Myers W, Ed.: Hip and Pelvic Injuries in Sports Medicine. 2009. (Philadelphia: Lippincott Williams and Wilkins – book chapter)

Pollard TCB, Villar RN, Norton MR, Fern ED, Williams MR, Murray DW, Carr AJ. “Genetic influences in the aetiology of femoroacetabular impingement” JBJS (Br) 2010; 92: 209-216.

Pollard TCB, Villar RN, Norton MR, Fern ED, Williams MR, Simpson DJ, Murray DW, Carr AJ. “Femoroacetabular impingement and classification of cam deformity: the reference interval in normal hips.” Acta Orthopaedica 2010; 81:134-141.

Norton MR, Fern ED, Williams MR. “Open surgery for hip impingement” Br J Hosp Med 2009; 70:78-83.

Contact details:
Secretary can be contacted on 01752 432210

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