Callum Clark was born and educated in Bristol and studied medicine at Cambridge University. He trained in Orthopaedics at leading hospitals in London, including Charing Cross Hospital and the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, where he developed an interest in foot and ankle surgery.
In 2003 he was awarded a fellowship year in foot and ankle surgery and sports injuries at the Melbourne Orthopaedics Group, a recognised centre of orthopaedics excellence in Australia. On his return to the UK, he took up a post as a locum consultant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital before being appointed as a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Wexham Park and Heatherwood Hospitals in 2004.
Mr Clark specialises in disorders of the foot and ankle. He has a busy NHS practice, which includes a large trauma workload (fractures and joint injuries).
In the private sector Mr Clark has developed the Windsor Foot and Ankle Clinic, a successful private practice that covers Berkshire and South Buckinghamshire. He co-owns and runs his own clinic at Park Hall Clinic in Wexham, which acts as a headquarters for the Windsor Foot and Ankle Clinic, and also sees patients at the Fortius Clinic in Central London.
Skilled in the latest surgical techniques, including arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery and minimally invasive surgery, Mr Clark works in close conjunction with physiotherapists, podiatrists, orthotists to treat the full range of conditions affecting the foot and ankle, including sporting and traumatic injuries, arthritis, bunions and toe deformities, ligament damage and tendon problems. Mr Clark has a special interest in arthroscopic techniques, ankle problems, flatfoot disorder, plantar plate reconstruction, sports injuries and severe bunion deformities.
With an active interest in education and research, Mr Clark lectures on foot and ankle surgery around the UK and was elected on to the Education Committee of the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS) in 2013. His research interests include severe bunion deformities and adult flatfoot deformity.