Mr Deepak Pabari is the only Podiatric Surgeon in the UK who is also a medical doctor, having qualified from the Medical School at Southampton University in 1996. He has been working as a Podiatric Surgeon since 2000 and his fellowship training took place at West Middlesex University Hospital. Mr Pabari is committed to training and has been appointed as a visiting lecturer at the University of Brighton.
He has extensive experience in treating foot and ankle conditions and a passion for working to deliver the very best results possible for each and every patient under his care. Mr Pabari also treats children with foot and ankle pain.
Mr Pabari is a specialist treating foot and ankle problems, sports injuries and is able to provide comprehensive medical, surgical and orthotic management. As well as performing a range of foot surgery under sedation, local anaesthetic and general anaesthetic.
His specialists interests include hallux valgus, hallux rigidus, forefoot reconstruction, revision surgery, hammer toes, neuromas, ingrowing toenails, tendon repair and reconstruction.
He is committed to providing high quality, safe and patient-centred care. Mr Pabari has carried out over 4,500 surgical procedures on the foot and ankle and over 1,200 ultrasound guided procedures. He is also able to offer shock wave therapy and PRP injections for painful foot and ankle conditions.
Mr Pabari has an excellent record of outcomes documented over the years which is also supported by regular audits. He has been awarded the iWantGreatCare certificate for delivering outstanding care.Diseases, Medical Tests and Treatments
- Medical, surgical and orthotic management of foot and ankle pathology
- Foot surgery including hallux valgus (bunions), hallux rigidus, hammer toes, forefoot reconstruction, revision surgery, bunionette, neuromas, ingrowing toenails,tendon repair and reconstruction.
- Reconstructive and minimal invasive surgery
- Gait analysis and orthotics
- Ultrasound guided injections PRP injections and shock wave therapy
- Foot and ankle disorders
- Heel pain, Achilles, peroneal and posterior tibial tendinopathy
- Foot and ankle arthritis
- Foot and ankle sport injuries
- Ingrowing toenails