Mr Graeme Taylor

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Graeme Taylor

Mr Graeme Taylor is an experienced consultant orthopaedic surgeon who provides expert evidence for Personal injuries.

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Mr Graeme Taylor is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in foot and ankle injuries. I have been preparing medicolegal reports for personal injury claims since 1992.  Since my appointment as a consultant in 1999, I have prepared approximately 250 reports per year, with an approximate divide of 80% plaintive to 20% defendant, between 1999 and 2003.

He has been preparing negligence reports in adult foot and ankle cases for ten years, approximately 8-10 per year.

My Taylor has an extensive clinical practice in all aspects of adult foot and ankle work, receiving regional referrals and revision practice in deformity and degenerative conditions as well as post traumatic problems. He has one of the largest ankle replacement practices in the UK.

Experience of giving evidence

Mr Taylor has an extensive experience in providing written evidence and participation in case conferences. I have attended Court on three occasions as an expert, all of which were injury cases.


Languages spoken

  • English – Fluent

Cases undertaken

Mr Taylor mainly undertakes cases for Foot and Ankle cases. If he feels like another expert is needed, he will let everyone know, so he does not act beyond his remit of expertise.

Mr Taylor has undertake cases in:

  • Medical Negligence
  • Personal Injury


Mr Taylor has good availability and is able to undertake both video and face-to-face assessments.


Taylor GR, Clarke NMP. Management of Irritable Hip: A Review of Hospital  Admission  Policy.

Arch Dis Child  1994; 71: 59-63.

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Invited Commentary (The Irritable Hip: Immediate Ultrasound Guided Aspiration and Prevention of Hospital Admission).

Arch Dis Child  1995; 72: 113-4.

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Recurrent Irritable Hip in Childhood.

Journal of Bone Joint Surgery   1995; 77-B : 748-751.

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Surgical Release of the ‘Snapping Iliopsoas Tendon’.

            J Bone Joint Surg   1995; 77-B : 881-883.

Taylor GR, GN Fernandez, Robertson JA.  Long-term results of anterior cruciate reconstruction using a fascia lata graft.

Knee 1996

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Monitoring the treatment of developmental dysplasia of the hip with the Pavlik harness.

Journal Bone Joint Surgery 1997; 79-B (5) 719-723

Choudhary R, Theruvil B, Taylor GR. First metatarsophalangeal joint arthrodesis:  a new technique using memory compression staples.

Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery 2004 Sep-Oct; 43(5)312-7

Sharma H, Taylor GR. A random cross-sectional observational study on 100 orthopaedic inpatient case notes in order to evaluate their filing standards.

Quality in Primary Care 2004: 12:201-4

Sharma H, Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  A review of K-wire related complications in the emergency management of paediatric upper extremity trauma.

Ann R Coll Surg Engl.  2007 Apr: 89(3):252-8.

Karup HV, Taylor GR.  Medial impingement after ankle replacement.

Int Orthop.  2007 Jan 6: [Epub ahead of print]

Gent E, Antapur P, Fairhurst J, Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Perthes’ disease in the very young child.

J Pediatr Orthop B. 2006 Jan: 15(1):16-22

Kapoor V, Theruvil B, Edwards SE, Taylor GR, Clarke NMP, Uglow MG.  Flexible intramedullary nailing of displaced diaphyseal forearm fractures in children.

Injury.  2005 Oct:36(10):1221-5. Epub 2005 Aug 24.

Benjamin JRF, Bolland, Philip S. Sauvé, Taylor GR.  Rheumatoid forefoot reconstruction:  First metatarsophalangeal joint fusion combined with Weil’s metatarsal osteotomies of the lesser rays.

Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery March 2008 (Vol. 47. Issue 2. Pages 80-88)

Published Abstracts

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  Recurrent Irritable Hip.

Journal of Bone Joint Surgery  (suppl)  1994; 76-B: 153.

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  The ‘snapping psoas’.

Journal of Bone Joint Surgery (suppl) 1995; 77-B: 7-8.

Sharma H, Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.  K-wires in paediatric trauma.  Are they really benign?

Injury-International Journal for the care of the injured. Vol34:Issue8:638-639

Book Chapters

Taylor GR, Clarke NMP.        Paediatric Orthopaedics

                                                                                    Chapter for Atwell Paediatric Surgery

Published 1998

Case Reports

Taylor GR, Gent E, Clarke NMP.  Bi-epicondylar displacement in dislocation of an infant elbow.  [Case History]

Ditchfield A, Sampson MA, Taylor GR.  Ultrasound demonstration of sleeve fracture of the patella.

Skeletal Radiology  1998

Sharma, Taylor GR, Ball and socket ankle  

BMJ  July 200

Sharma H, Taylor GR.  Chronic sclerosing osteomyelitis of Garre affecting fifth metatarsal bone of the foot.

Foot. 13 (2003) 209-211

Sharma H, Taylor GR.  Complex paediatric elbow injury:  an uncommon case.

BMC Musculoskeletal Disord. 2005 Mar 9: 6(1).13

Sharma H, Taylor GR.  Calcifying cystic lesion of calcaneum.

Postgrad Med J.  2004 Apr: 80(90): 241.244

Sharma H, Taylor GR.  A late sequel to post-arthrodesed tuberculous hip:  Secondary ankle arthrosis.

Euro J Orthop Surg Traumatol. May 2005: 15(2):170-172

Theruvil B, Kapoor V, Fairhurst J, Taylor GR.  Progressive cubitus varus due to a bony physeal bar in a 4-year-old girl following a supracondylar fracture: a case report.

J Orthop Trauma.  2005 Oct:19(9):669-72

Correspondence (peer reviewed journals)

Theruvil B, Kapoor V, Fairhurst J, Taylor GR.  Author reply.

J Orthop Trauma.  May (5):372

Choudhary RK, Theruvil B, Taylor GR.  Author reply.

J Foot Ankle Surg.  2005 Jul-Aug: (4):313

Poster Presentations

Results of first MTPJ arthrodesis using Memory Compression Staples, 11TH Combined Orthopaedic Association, Sydney, Australia, Aug 2005.

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