the Field in
Foot & Ankle Surgery
Nuffield Health Guildford
Mount Alvernia Hospital
All Patients being treated by Miss Julie Kohls this website is for you!
All your questions about surgery & aftercare are answered here
Have you had or are you planning to have surgery with Miss Julie Kohls?
Do you think that you will need to make the decision to have surgery during your next consultation?
October 2020 Looking for patient volunteers to train the surgeons of tomorrow
Ms Kohls is looking for patients willing to help as teaching cases for a national training course in October 2020
If you are free to help Monday 5th or Tuesday 6th pm please contact Claire Ellis
New in 2020!
Thursday evening Clinics
Nuffield Paediatric and Adult Clinics
There is a clinic all afternoon every Tuesday!
Nuffield Clinics on Thursday evening every other week
Committed to Clinical Excellence in Foot and Ankle Surgery
Outstanding results need more than the latest surgical techniques and cutting edge technology. Clinical excellence also requires clear communication from your surgeon and a partnership between you the patient, your physiotherapist and your surgeon.
The quicker you have all of your investigations the quicker you will have a management plan. Our usual goal is to see you as quickly as possible in clinic and to aim to turn around your imaging and follow up within one week.
For some patients hectic work schedules necessitate a one stop consultation together with imaging. A one stop consultation is a fantastic option for the end of the day commute home. To plan a one stop consultation, we require a referral letter with enough information to plan the imaging required and lead time to schedule imaging just ahead of your appointment. We will normally be looking to organise X-rays together with either an Ultrasound or an MRI scan.
Minimally Invasive & Arthroscopic Surgery
- All Ankle Injuries
- Utilising the Newest Technologies
- Ankle Impingement Syndrome
- Minimally invasive heel shift
- Achilles tendon debridement
What You Need to Know Before Choosing a Surgeon
Knowing the right questions to ask:
Is your Orthopaedic Surgeon Fellowship trained in Foot & Ankle Surgery?
Do you need to have surgery? Two thirds of patients seen at the FootForwardClinic are managed non-operatively.
How often does your surgeon do this surgery?
What is realistic to expect from surgery? What are the complications?
How is surgery going to impact on your life while you recover? What do you need to do to give yourself the best result?