Mr Taylor qualified from Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School in 1994. His postgraduate surgical training was carried out in London on the North West Thames Specialist Registrar training programme. He carried out sub-speciality fellowship training in complex foot and ankle surgery at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore.
He was appointed to the Royal Bournemouth Hospital and Poole Hospital in 2004 as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in complex foot and ankle surgery.
Mr Taylor’s current practice is almost exclusively related to conditions of the foot and ankle. This includes the management of complex trauma of the foot and ankle, as well as treating high level athletes and professional sportsmen and women.
Recently, Mr Taylor was voted as the Wessex Region Trainer of the Year. This prestigious award is voted for by the Orthopaedic trainees and is given to the Consultant in the region that has made the greatest contribution to training in the previous year.
He lectures on national and international instructional courses, as well as hosting visiting surgeons wishing to learn complex foot and ankle surgical procedures.
Mr Taylor has recently been elected as President of the British Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society, having previously spent seven years as a member of Council.
He has over 15 years of medico-legal experience and provides opinions both for personal injury and clinical negligence claims.
Mr Savva qualified from St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School in 1994. His postgraduate surgical training was carried out in Wessex on the Orthopaedic and Trauma Specialist Registrar training programme. He underwent specialist training in complex foot and ankle surgery with Terry Saxby in Brisbane, Australia.
His practice is made up mostly of the management of foot and ankle conditions. This includes dealing with complex trauma of the foot and ankle. He also treats high level athletes and professional sportsmen and women.
Mr Savva is Clinical Director of the Orthopaedic Department at Dorset County Hospital. He is a founder member of the Dorset Orthopaedic Clinic in Dorchester and also works at the Fortius Clinic in London.
Mr Savva is an enthusiastic teacher and regularly speaks at local, national and international meetings. His research interests are broad but have recently turned to the long-term complications and recovery from industrial and crush injuries to the foot and ankle.
Mr Savva has written medico-legal reports since 2003. His practice continues to be general covering all aspects of trauma but in recent years it has become more focussed on foot and ankle injuries.
Mr Savva is a co-organiser of a biennial meeting between Solicitors and Orthopaedic experts in Dorset. He has full MedCo accreditation.
He undertakes both clinical and medico-legal work in London and Dorset.