Mark graduated from Cambridge University and Addenbrookes’ Clinical School in 1988. He did his basic surgical training at the Westminster Hospital, followed by a research post at the Royal Free Hospital. He is Fellowship trained in Hand Surgery, Trauma and Limb Reconstruction which he completed at University of Pisa, Italy and the Plastic Surgery Department of Queen Victoria Hospital, East Grinstead. He completed his senior orthopaedic training at King’s College Hospital.
Mark was first appointed a consultant at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Woolwich in 2001. He was then a Consultant at King’s College Hospital for 12 years, where he was Ortho-Plastics lead, Governance lead for Major Trauma and had a research interest in accelerated fracture healing. Mark left the NHS in 2015 to concentrate on his private practice at London Sports Orthopaedics, where he is a Partner and Medical Director.
Mark specialises in treating musicians with hand & wrist problems and is one of the UK’s leading experts in treating patients working within the performing arts industry. He has a regular clinic at the British Association for Performance Arts Medicine (BAPAM).