Mr Tim Sinnett
MBBS (AICSM), MA (Cantab), FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Specialist in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Tim is a Trauma and Orthopaedic Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, King Edward VIIs Hospital, and the Lister Hospital, Chelsea. His high volume Adult Foot and Ankle practice is made up of all aspects of ankle, hindfoot, midfoot and forefoot pathology. He is an avid believer in patient empowerment and autonomy, especially when decisions regarding surgery are required. Ensuring a high-quality patient journey from the first assessment to full rehabilitation is at the heart of his practice.
Heel pain, plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendon disorders, ankle arthritis, cartilage injuries, ankle ligament injuries, flat feet, os naviculare syndrome, bunions (hallux valgus), big toe arthritis (hallux rigidus), lesser toe deformities, plantar plate injuries, metatarsal fractures, calcaneal fractures, ankle fractures, tibial fractures, Sports injuries
- Consultant Foot and Ankle Surgeon at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust since March 2017
- High volume elective adult foot and ankle practice
- Multidisciplinary practice including physiotherapy and orthotists
- Orthopaedic Trauma Lead for Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust
- Highly experienced in complex trauma of the foot and ankle
- Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College School of Medicine
Mr Sinnett read medicine at Cambridge University and Imperial College School of Medicine. He completed his Core Surgical Training in the Kent, Surrey and Sussex Deanery and Higher Surgical training in the prestigious North West Thames Rotation. He completed the sub-specialty Surrey Foot and Ankle Fellowship and was subsequently appointed as a Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust in March 2017.
BBS (AICSM), MA(CANTAB), FRCS (TR & ORTH)
Mr Sinnett has published extensively in peer reviewed journals with the focus of research being Foot and Ankle Surgery, Trauma or Education. He is a keen trainer on the North West Thames Registrar Rotation and to the medical students at Imperial College School of Medicine.