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Mr Garth Allardice
MBBCh (WITS), FCS, (SA), ORTHOPAEDICS
Orthopaedic Surgery
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SUBSPECIALTIES

Foot & Ankle Surgery
Trauma Surgery

REGISTERED WITH

General Medical Council: 4362313

LANGUAGES

english

About

Mr Garth Allardice is a Consultant Orthropaedic Surgeon based in Northwick Park and Central Middlesex. He is a specialist in Foot and Ankle Surgery, and he sees GP and tertiary referrals for foot and ankle problems as well as treating complex foot and ankle trauma. 

Mr Allardice has a special interest in foot and ankle trauma and sports injuries, including soft tissue and tendon damage and forefoot deformities. Mr Allardice also lectures alongside his clinical work. Mr Allardice qualified in South Africa and later completed a fellowship in the UK at the Charnley Hip Centre. He has held Consultant posts in Kettering and North West London, and he was previously clinical lead at Clementine Churchill Hospital for shockwave therapy.

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Special Interests

Apart from his consultant and clinical duties, Mr Allardice is also involved in teaching and preparing the next generation of orthopaedic registrars for their exams. Mr Allardice lectures on various Orthopaedic Revision courses, Trauma courses and Speciality Foot and Ankle courses. He is also involved in teaching Physiotherapists and local General Practitioners.

More recently, Mr Allardice has been invited to membership of International Faculty in a project development role for the development and design of foot and ankle products/surgical equipment in the USA. He has also been invited to other International Faculty to lecture and demonstrate at their European Laboratory facility.

Education

  • British Orthopaedic Association
  • British Foot and Ankle Society
  • European Foot and Ankle Society
  • American Foot and Ankle Society

Reviews

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Dear Mr Allardie, many thanks for getting me through the last nine months. Your surgical skill is amazing and I really do appreciate all your kindness and patience. Thank you so much.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Dear Mr Allardice, many thanks for all the trouble you and your team took to sort out my foot. I am truly grateful. My very best wishes.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Dear Mr Allardice you operated on my toe. I am writing to tell you how very pleased I am with the result, it is now beautifully straight and I am pain free, thank you for all your care & the confidence you gave me. So very much appreciated.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Thank you very much for the great care that you provided in treating my little toe fracture.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Thank you very much for looking after me on both occassion, my left 2 right feet. I feel both the operations were successful and I am able to walk without any pain due to your skills & knowledge. I take this opportunity to thank you once again.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Dear Mr Allardice, A note to say a big thank you for all the care and great expertise you have so readily shown towards me and more appropriately my feet and ankle over the last four years! I am so fortunate to have been referred to you and to have my mobility restored through your skill and attention to details. Many thanks again.

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Thank you for always being so kind at the end of the phone. It really makes a big difference

BY A VERIFIED PATIENT

06-03-2019
Dear Mr Allardice, You will no doubt remember the Achilles tendonectomy you performed on me last December. At the time, we were thinking of having my second tendonectomy this summer, and about a month ago I passed the point at which the operation would have taken place if it had been carried out as originally planned. I have had no significant problems with my right foot in the eight months since my operation. I am still not very good at walking on tiptoe, and I have recently discovered that climbing a ladder is pretty much the same thing as walking on tiptoe, so I am increasing my tiptoe exercises. But other than that, everything seems to be fine with my right foot, and I have as yet had no appearance of pain in my left foot. So the purpose of this note is just to thank you for your skill in performing the operation, which from this vantage point seems to have been a complete success.

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