About the Doctor

Mr. Mark Phillips stands out as a senior hand surgeon, distinguished for his adept handling of hand and wrist trauma. His formative years at Cambridge University and King’s College Hospital culminated in specialized fellowships in Italy and Queen Victoria Hospital, fostering his expertise in ortho-plastic procedures and research in fracture healing. His initial role as a consultant in Greenwich in 2001 set the stage for his impactful tenure at King’s College Hospital.

Currently, Mr. Phillips renders his surgical acumen at Circle Health Group clinics across London, maintaining a special focus on sports injuries and musicians’ hand conditions. His clinical interests span a gamut from ganglions to complex tendon disorders, a testament to his comprehensive understanding of hand physiology and pathology. His membership in the British Society for Surgery of the Hand underscores his commitment to advancing his craft in orthopaedic surgery.



Graduated School

University of Cambridge

Specialization School

Frequently Asked Questions

  • In which specialty does Dr. Mark Phillips work?

    He works in the orthopedics department.

  • At which hospital does Mark Phillips work?

    Dr. Mark works at - The Blackheath Hospital.

  • What diseases is Dr. Mark in?

    Dr. Mark specializes in diseases and treatments such as arthritis of the hand, carpal tunnel syndrome, golfer's elbow treatment and fractures, ganglion cyst, tennis elbow.

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