Mark Waldron joins Pace Rehabilitation

  • Orthotics expert joins Pace’s Bredbury clinic ✅
  • Growth in supporting patients who have sustained serious limb injuries ✅
  • Mark Waldron adds depth and experience to senior clinical team ✅

Mark Waldron, an experienced orthotics expert, has joined Pace Rehabilitation to extend its services for people who have sustained serious limb injuries.

Specialising in complex trauma orthotic management in adults and children, Mark graduated as a Prosthetist/Orthotist from Salford University in 2006. He started his career working in the Northeast of England at the James Cook University Hospital in Middlesbrough.

Mark developed his skills in orthotics and management of lower limb conditions and made rapid progress becoming one of the first orthotists in the UK to become lower limb injection trained.

Mark spent 5 years at the Robert Jones and Agnes hunt orthopaedic hospital where he worked in ORLAU (Orthotics Research and Locomotor Assessment Unit). This involved working within the gait lab aiding with the improvement of gait abnormalities and treatment of pathological gait in children and adults.

Mark has more recently worked in his own clinic and as a locum orthotist providing high quality clinical cover to NHS clinics around the UK. He is HCPC and BAPO registered. His skillset addresses orthotic requirements related to neurological conditions too.

Pace Rehabilitation, which operates at its centres in Buckinghamshire, Cheshire and Glasgow offers a consultant-led approach to multidisciplinary rehabilitation for individuals who have sustained catastrophic lower limb injuries. The team includes consultants in rehabilitation medicine, orthotists and prosthetists, specialist physiotherapists, psychologists and occupational therapists.

“We are delighted to welcome someone of Mark’s calibre on board our team. Mark’s extensive experience in the provision of cutting-edge orthoses means our patients and the people who refer their clients to us can benefit from his experience.”
Carolyn Hirons
Physio and Director. Pace Rehabilitation
“I’m pleased to join Pace and I’m looking forward to working alongside my new colleagues in Bredbury to support the rehabilitation of our patients. Orthotics plays a key role in the rehabilitation process for people who have sustained a serious limb injury and new developments and technology in the sector make it an important part of a modern multidisciplinary service.”
Mark Waldon
Pace Rehabilitation

Welcome to the team Mark!