At The London Foot and Ankle Clinic, Mr Malik strives to be the best Foot & Ankle Orthopaedic Surgeon and deliver world-class healthcare for every single patient. As we continue to better ourselves we welcome your feedback (positive and negative) and any recommendations you may have on how we can improve our service.
Below you will see a list of existing submissions. Underneath this you will see our online feedback form where we would ask you to submit your thoughts.
12 May, 2016
What we did well
Tibia (Pilon) fracture
What we could have done differently
Nothing. Went so smoothly!
Mr Malik's bed side manner was impeccable from the outset, he explained thoroughly the operation, and plans for recovery, and put me completely at ease!
The aftercare was faultless, physiotherapy was well balanced, Mr Malik has repaired a difficult fracture and got me ready to go back to work in 14 weeks!!! Thank you Mr Malik for your expertise. Regards A Hull
25 April, 2016
Everything. Had a Morton's Neuroma removed.
Nothing. The whole thing was smoothly and professionally done.
Mr Malik is a very professional surgeon and puts you at your ease. Lovely sense of humour too. Job very well done. Thank you Mr Malik.
12 April, 2016
Precise and accurate prognosis, all of the procedure details given including the recovery time
Nothing, except for the long wait between consultation and operation (26 sept to 11feb)
Cut waiting times,keep Mr Malik at all costs he is a surgeon who cares and is good at his job as is his team.
04 April, 2016
Very good surgical procedure on a difficult break (Ankle medial malleolar fracture)
Mr Malik operated on my daughters ankle after a complicated break, very neat piece of surgery indeed and top notch follow up. Top job thanks.
13 March, 2016
Everything - Ankle Fusion for severe ankle arthritis
An ankle fusion is a daunting prospect. Have confidence in the advice you are being given. The success rate alone justifies that. In my case Mr Malik had to do a lot of repair work in the operation and I healed miraculously well and was back to a post round walking miles every day in exactly the timescales predicted – just 3½ months after the op with an incredible amount of movement in the ankle. The pain of the tourniquet really bothered me and being bedbound was hard to deal with but so well worth the outcome. I am immensely grateful.
If you are at the stage that it is required, don’t underestimate the speed of deterioration you might experience. In my case in weeks I went from the operation being recommended and being able to think about it, to my family being able to hear the bones grinding through the ceiling as I walked around upstairs, then just a few more weeks to an infected joint that put the scheduled operation in jeopardy. That is to be avoided.
Orthopaedic Outpatient Department
30 Devonshire Street, London, W1G 6PU
tel: +44 (0) 203 7956053
Mon - Fri (8am-8pm)
Sat (9am - 5pm)