Mr Cundall qualified form St Georges Hospital Medical School in 1995. After house officer posts Mr Cundall undertook basic surgical training in Stoke on Trent and Burton Upon Trent. During this time he passed his Surgcial membership exams in 1998.
From there he went on to perform 2 years of research in the academic surgical unit in the University of Hull. Mr Cundall completed his MD thesis in “The use of hyperbaric oxygen in anaorectal disorders” and the MD was awarded in 2003.
Mr Cundall started higher surgical training in 2002 in the Northern deanery rotating through hospitals in the north east. He passed his fellowship exams in February 2007 and gained his CCT in September 2007. After an initial period as a locum consulatnt at James Cook University Hospital Mr Cundall was appointed to a substantive position as general and colorectal surgeon at the University Hospital of North Durham in April 2009.
Mr Cundall is adept in all forms of general and colorectal surgical management however he has a subspecialist interest in functional bowel disease. He performs anorectal physiology and endoanal ultrasonography. He is also able to perform advanced pelvic floor procedures including sacral neurostimulation for incontinece and laparoscopic ventral rectopexy for prolapse and obstructive defaecation.