Mr Stephen Hewitt is a Consultant Podiatric Surgeon who has held a substantive post for some time, having gained his fellowship of the Faculty of Podiatric (foot and ankle) Surgeons by completing his CCST (Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training) at the West Middlesex University Hospital London in 2007.
Throughout his training he attended several excellent surgical centres within the UK, which culminated in being awarded the Osteotec scholarship extending his scope of surgical practice with American surgeons at the Kaiser Permanente hospital in San Francisco and orthopaedic colleagues in Lübeck Germany.
Mr Hewitt has also worked at the Al Hada military hospital in Saudi Arabia and Nij Smelleghe Zickenhuis Holland, He has recently gained greater greater exposure to a wide range of surgical techniques which has allowed him to develop extensive and excellent reflective surgical practice of the foot and ankle, including Hallux valgus, Rigidus, Neuroma, Flat Foot and Charcot foot reconstruction Ankle and lower limb sports injuries.
He originally gained his Bachelor of Science degree in Podiatric Medicine at the University of Westminster where his under graduate thesis, in the management and treatment of lower limb injuries in professional football players, saw him attend Arsenal and Crystal Palace football clubs and the original national training centre at Lilleshall Shropshire. This was an invaluable period gaining significant exposure and experience in sports injury diagnosis and treatment using both conservative and invasive techniques, which underpins his practice today. He extended his post graduate education by attending Staffordshire University studying Clinical Podiatric Biomechanics and Huddersfield University studying theory of Podiatric Surgery, gaining his Master of Science degree.
Mr Hewitt has presented on a broad spectra of topics, including surgical practice, Anaesthesia, relative to surgical practice, Pharmacology and Pathology at national and international scientific conferences and Faculty deanery meetings.