Mr Alexander Wee

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, FRCS (Orth)

Clinical Interests

  • Correction of foot deformity
  • Nerve surgery in the foot
  • Sports injuries in athletes / runners / dancers

Special clinical interests:

  • Bunions: neuromas
  • Forefoot pain
  • Ankle pain and instability
  • Tendon pain
  • Heel Pain
  • Running and sports injuries
  • Dancing injuries
  • Sesamoid injuries

Professional Memberships

  • British Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society

Current NHS and /or University Posts

  • Frimley Park Hospital

Useful Links

Research Interests

  • Ankle injuries

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Personal profile

Mr Wee is a fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon.

Training and Appointment

Alexander Wee completed his undergraduate degree at University of London in 1988, before going on to Charing Cross and Westminster Medical School.  He trained on the Cambridge Addenbrookes Hospital orthopaedic rotation, and decided to further subspecialise in foot and ankle surgery.

He completed prestigious surgical fellowships in Cambridge and Stanmore, and spent some time in Minneapolis, USA on a visiting fellowship.

Mr Wee undertakes general orthopaedic trauma, complex foot and ankle trauma and all aspects of elective foot and ankle surgery. He has experience in treating bunions, forefoot pain, foot and ankle arthritis, ligament and tendon sports injuries.

In addition, he is experienced with arthroscopy of the foot and ankle, minimally invasive surgery, and also with newer innovative surgical techniques.

Research and Publications

Mr Wee has been invited to speak and teach at national and international meetings and has had his research published. He is involved in the assessment and training of the next generation of orthopaedic surgeons, and is one of the tutors on the Surrey foot and ankle fellowship.

He has also hosted visiting surgeons who come to Frimley Park Hospital to observe complex reconstructive surgery, and organises a regional meeting with like-minded surgical colleagues to discuss and debate challenging cases.

Year qualified:

1993