Mr James Calder MD, FRCS (Tr & Orth), FFSEM (UK)

James Calder

Qualifications

Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery (The London Hospital) 1991
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (Eng) 1995
Doctorate of Medicine (London University) 2001
Intercollegiate Examination FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics) 2001
Fellow Faculty Sports and Exercise Medicine (Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh) 2007

Sub-Specialty Training

Fellowship training in Foot and Ankle Surgery under Dr Terry Saxby at the Brisbane Foot and Ankle Centre 2001-2002.

American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Travelling Fellow – 2006.

Appointments

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Fortius Clinic, London

Visiting Professor, Imperial College, London

Areas of Interest

  • All aspects of adult foot and ankle disorders
  • Sports injuries to the foot and ankle
  • Foot and ankle trauma

Editorial Posts

Associate Editor, Bone & Joint Journal

Associate Editor, Knee Surgery, Sports, Trauma and Arthroscopy Journal 2009-2014

Thesis

‘The anatomical extent and pathophysiology of osteonecrosis of the femoral head”.Doctor of Medicine, University of London, 2001.

Publications in Peer-reviewed Journals

PubMed publications

ResearchGate publications

Book Chapters

  1. Lomax A, Calder J. Retrograde drilling for the treatment of osteochondral lesions in the ankle. Chapter 85 In: Advances in Arthroscopic Techniques. Editor CN van Dijk. ESSKA; Springer Publishing 2016.
  2. Roche A, Calder J.  Arthroscopy of the ankle – new approaches. In: Sports Injuries – Prevention, Diagnosis, Treatment and Rehabilitation. Chapter 134, p1684-1698. Editors: J Karlsson, M Doral. Springer publishing, 2016. ISBN: 978-3-642-36568-3
  3. Freeman R, Calder J. Non-insertional Achilles tendinosis. Chapter 19:177-184. In: Arthroscopy Association of North America – The Foot and Ankle. Editors: Stone J, Kennedy J, Glazebrook M; Slack Inc 2016: ISBN 978-1-61711-998-9
  4. Ballal M, Calder J. Lateral ligament reconstruction for ankle instability. Chapter in: Arthroskopie an Sprunggelenk und Fuß, Editor: M Galla Schattauer publishing 2015.
  5. Eleftheriou K, Calder J, Kloen J, d’Hooghe P. Ankle Fractures, including avulsion fractures.  Chapter 7 in: “The Ankle in Football”. First Edition. Editors: d’Hooghe P, Kerkhoffs G.  FIFA/ Springer Publishing, 2014.
  6. Longo G, Calder J. Achilles tendon rupture treatment: still the weak spot? Chapter 13 in: ESSKA INstructional Course Lecture Book, Amsterdam 2014. Editors: Zaffagnini S, Becker R, Kerkhoffs G, Mendes J, van Dijk C. Springer publishing 2014.
  7. Lee B, Pearce C, Calder J. Epidemiology of Achilles tendon disorders. Chapter 3 in: Achilles tendon disorders – a comprehensive overview of diagnosis and treatment. Editors: Karlsson J, Calder J, van Dijk C, Maffulli N, Thermann H. DJO publications, 2014.
  8. Elliot R, White W, Calder J. Minimally invasive and percutaneous surgery for Achilles tendon disorders. Chapter 19 in: Achilles tendon disorders – a comprehensive overview of diagnosis and treatment. Editors: Karlsson J, Calder J, van Dijk C, Maffulli N, Thermann H. DJO publications, 2014.
  9. Calder J, Arverud E, Nilsson-Helander K, Ackermann P, van Dijk C. Thromboprophylaxis and wound complications in Achilles tendon surgery. Chapter 26 in: Achilles tendon disorders – a comprehensive overview of diagnosis and treatment. Editors: Karlsson J, Calder J, van Dijk C, Maffulli N, Thermann H. DJO publications, 2014.
  10. van Eekeren I, Eleftheriou K, van Bergen C, Calder J. Rehabilitation After Arthroscopic bone marrow stimulation. Chapter 14 in: Talar osteochondral defects with special emphasis on diagnosis, planning and rehabilitation. Editors: C.N. van Djik, J.G. Kennedy. Springer publishing, 2013.
  11. Smith G, Calder J, Maffulli N. Cartilage pathology with concomitant ankle instability. In: Operative Techniques in Orthopaedics. Editor: F Fu. Elsevier publishing, 2014; 24(3) Sept: 152-156.
  12. Roche A, Calder J. Disorders of the Achilles tendon. In: Cambridge core topics in the foot and ankle. Editors: A Robinson, J Brodsky. Springer publishing, 2014 [In print].
  13. Ackermann P, Wiegerinck J, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. Future treatments in Insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2012.
  14. Davis N, Pearce C, Maffulli N, Calder J. Aetiology of insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing. 2012.
  15. Deol R, Calder J, Easley M. Pathology at the insertion of the Achilles tendon: Open Surgical Treatment. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2012.
  16. Wiegerinck J, Calder J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, Karlsson J, van Dijk CN. Practical Guidelines for Insertional Achilles Tendon Problems. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Ads Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2012.
  17. Pearce C, Calder J, Thorsarson D, Donley B. Guidelines for activity resumption following surgery for Insertional Achilles Tendinopathy. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2012.
  18. Pearce C, Maffulli N, Calder J. Aetiology of insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Pathology at the Insertion of the Achilles Tendon. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2012.
  19. Pearce C, Calder J. Endoscopic treatment of Achilles tendon disorders. GRECMIP Surgical Techniques 2011.
  20. Pearce C, Calder J. Non-operative treatment of Achilles tendinopathy. Non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2010.
  21. Pearce C, Calder J. Epidemiology of tendinopathy of the tendo Achilles. Non-insertional Achilles tendinopathy. Eds Ackermann P, Calder J, Karlsson J, Maffulli N, Thermann H, van Dijk CN. DJO Publishing, 2010.
  22. Pearce C, Calder J. Non-operative management of Achilles tendinopathy. Eds Calder J and Maffulli N. DJO Publishing, 2010.
  23. Calder J. Lower limb and back injuries. Oxford Handbook of Expedition and Wilderness Medicine; Ed David Warrell. Oxford University Press 2009.
  24. Pearce C, Calder J. Posterior impingement syndromes and arthroscopic treatment. Current Concepts Review in Orthopaedic and Sport Surgery. Ed Baumeyer J. Elsevier 2009.
  25. Hook S, Calder J. Percutaneous Repair of acute Achilles Tendon ruptures with Achillon® System. Surgical Techniques in Orthopaedics and Traumatology. Ed Maffulli N. Elsevier 2009.
  26. Ackermann P, Calder J. Achilles tendon aetiology. Achilles tendon rupture – consensus. Ed CN van Dijk. DJO Publishing, 2008
  27. Elliot R, Calder J. Minimal invasive techniques for Achilles tendon repair. Achilles tendon rupture – consensus. Ed CN van Dijk. DJO Publishing, 2008.

Prizes and Awards

  • Foundation Fellow, Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine, Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh – 2007.
  • American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society Travelling Fellow – 2006.
  • Cheung Chan Prize, BOFAS – 2006.
  • BOA/Wishbone Trust Travelling Fellowship – 2001.
  • Smith and Nephew Research Travel Award – 2001.
  • Lipmann Kessel Prize – 1999.
  • Royal College of Surgeons in England (Laming Evans) Research Fellowship – 1998.
  • Westminster Hospital Research Trustees Fund – 1998.
  • Sprint Fund – 1998.
  • Charing Cross Hospital Trustees – 1998.