Mr Paul Fenton is a highly experienced Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Birmingham. He has been a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon since 2015 at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital, a tertiary centre that serves as the Major Trauma Centre for Birmingham and surrounding areas. Having completed his undergraduate degree from the University of Edinburgh, he continued his medical and surgical training in Birmingham. Subsequently, he underwent a specialist training fellowships in Bristol in limb reconstruction and trauma, together with foot and ankle surgery in Sheffield. Additionally, he completed an AO Trauma fellowship in Tampa, Florida with Dr Roy Sanders.
Mr Fenton currently has a particular interest in complex lower limb trauma, post-trauma limb reconstruction surgery and foot and ankle surgery. He can also perform forefoot surgery including bunion correction, lesser toe correction, hallux rigidus surgery, toenail surgery and surgery on soft tissue lesions foot including ganglions and neuromas. He holds professional memberships at AO Trauma and the Orthopaedic Trauma Society.
To compliment his clinical work, Mr Fenton teaches on regional and national courses, maintains active research interests with frequent peer reviewed publications and is an Associate Editor of Trauma.
MB ChB / University of Edinburgh / 2001
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
FRCS / England / 2012
Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
MRCS / England / 2014
Membership of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons
What can I say but a big big thank you and a hug for saving my leg and correcting my leg I am so humbled and grateful. With you calm and relaxed attitude you make me feel assured and kept me motivated. Your consistent smile, direct answers to my questions kept me in a pristine frame of mind. You are the best. Once again thank you.
I first saw you on Jan 2017 full of despair and without any hope that my condition could not only be stipped from worsening but could be massively improved. Well, one year later, I have to thank you and the trauma and orthopaedic team from the bottom of my heart for the wonderful care, understanding and commitment you have shown to me. Thanks to all of you my quality of life is unbelievably improved. I will always be extremely grateful to you all
'Thank You' To me, You're a LEGEND. You saved my LIFE! Lots of Love
Thank you for agreeing to do my operation, then doing it to such a high standard. Still painful & bruising then days on but I look forward to walking independently on my 'straight' leg when completely healed. You all made it possible, thanks again.
I am really more grateful to you for your prompt, kind, meticulous and highly effective repair of my rupture quadriceps. I was hugely impressed by the quality of care. I received made me proud to work in the NHS