Mr Mark Jeffery is a fellowship trained surgeon Orthopaedic surgeon specialising in shoulder and elbow surgery with an emphasis on advanced techniques in arthroscopic shoulder surgery & adult reconstructive surgery, sports injuries and complex trauma of the upper limb.
Shoulder instability including traumatic, atraumatic and muscle patterning instability (Multidirectional instability)
Sports injuries with -treatment of the shoulder and elbow sports injuries
Rotator cuff and frozen shoulder
Arthroscopy of the shoulder, elbow and wrist
Shoulder arthroplasty both primary and revision
Elbow arthroplasty both primary and revision
All forms of arthritis
Adult reconstructive surgery, replacements and complex trauma of the upper limb
Royal College of Surgeons
British Orthopaedic Association
British Elbow and Shoulder Surgeons
Surgical Tutor Royal College of Surgeons
Mr Mark Jeffery graduated from Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School, London. He completed his surgical training in London and his specialist orthopaedic training was spent at the renowned The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital rotation, which also included spells at other leading London teaching hospitals including the Royal London (Trauma Unit) and the Royal Free Hospital.
Having obtained the Orthopaedic Fellowship (FRCS Orth), Mr Jeffery dedicated 18 months developing subspecialist expertise in upper limb surgery, which also included specialist fellowship training in reconstructive surgery and in advanced arthroscopic techniques at the Epsom Shoulder Unit in Surrey, UK.
Mr Jeffery is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon at University Hospital Lewisham, London, where as the Royal College of Surgeons surgical tutor Mr Jeffrey has the main responsibility for implementing undergraduate and postgraduate teaching and training for orthopaedic surgery.
Mr Jeffery has published and presented nationally and internationally and regularly attends meetings to enhance his clinical practice. Mr Jeffery’s research interests include:
Shoulder & Elbow instability
Shock wave ultrasound therapy in the treatment of tennis elbow
MRI in rotator cuff disease
Use of ultrasound in diagnosing shoulder and upper limb problems
Advancing new methods in surgical training
Mr Jeffery has a number of publications:
‘Results of Uncemented acetabular revision arthroplasty using impacted allograft and metal-backed acetabular components with screws.’ Abstract in Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery, reference; M. Jeffery, G. Scott, M.A.R. Freeman 83(B) Nov 2001 proceedings p 296
‘Failure of an uncemented non-porous metal-backed prosthesis with augmentation using impacted allograft for acetabular revision.’ Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery. 85-B:2, March 2003; 182-87.
‘Accurate reconstruction of offset in Total Hip Arthroplasty. does it influence the functional outcome.’ Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery proceedings 2005. S. Krishnan, N. Garlick, R Carrington, R. M. Jeffery, G. Thevendran, G. Bentley.
‘Massive rotator Cuff tears-Does repair effect the natural history.’ Tsouri C , Jeffery M, Mok D Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery proceedings 2009