Mr Will Eardley

Orthopaedic Surgery
01642 850850 - ext 54302
July 2014
Special interests
Consultant extremity trauma, reconstruction surgeon and research associate. Mr Eardley is an academic orthopaedic surgeon. He has a specialist interest in trauma surgery and the management of post-traumatic complications including fracture fixation failure, nonunion and osteomyelitis.  
  • MSc PgCertMedEd DipSEM (UK&I) MD FRCSEd (Tr&Orth)
Additional information
Mr Eardley trained in surgery throughout Northern England and completed his education with a years fellowship experience before being appointed as consultant surgeon to the South Tees Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust in 2014. Having left the British Army in the rank of Lieutenant Colonel after nineteen years of service, Mr Eardley has worked in an operational capacity in Kosovo, Iraq and Afghanistan. In his last role, Mr Eardley was a member of the first surgical team deployed to Sierra Leone during the Ebola crisis. Mr Eardley has an acknowledged reputation in research, publishing numerous papers, letter and book chapters. He has completed a formal period of study at the Defence Science and Technology Laboratory, successfully defending his thesis to be awarded Doctor of Medicine. He is a research associate at the Clinical Trials Unit at the University of York, is chairman of AOUK Research and Professional Education and is OTS research chair. He sits on the Trauma Audit Research Network National Committee and the BOA Trauma group and is responsible for the coordination of the BOA Standards for Trauma. In his NHS practice, Mr Eardley consults on acute and chronic trauma management, with a range of patients under his care for significant limb and chest wall injuries. Post traumatic deformity, fixation failure, nonunion and infection account for the bulk of his clinical work. He also carries out sports injury and rehabilitation consultations, building onĀ  his experience gained through the certificate and diploma qualifications he obtained with distinction in Sports Medicine.