Mr Paul Moxey is a consultant vascular surgeon specialising in varicose veins, spider veins (thread veins) and aortic aneurysms alongside peripheral arterial disease, carotid artery disease and leg ulcers. He has an NHS practice based at the prestigious St George's Hospital, London, where he is the clinical lead for major lower limb amputation, and Kingston Hospital in Surrey. He also privately practices at New Victoria Hospital and Spire St Anthony's Hospital.
He is also experienced in endovascular surgery procedures and diabetic foot problems. Mr Moxey has a strong interest in teaching and was appointed as an honorary senior lecturer at St George's, University of London in 2018, teaching undergraduates and postgraduates. In June 2019 he was elected to the Council of the British Society of Endovascular Therapy.
Mr Moxey completed his medical training at Imperial College London in 2002 and went on to higher surgical training across the south-east Thames region, gaining his Certificate of Completion of Training in General and Vascular Surgery in 2017. He was awarded a fellowship in the last two years of training where Mr Moxey gained expertise in keyhole angioplasty techniques to restore blood flow to the lower limbs. Mr Moxey has published widely on this subject of lower limb revascularisation and limb salvage, and remains active in research within this field.
Further to this, he completed a Masters in Surgical Education (MEd) from Imperial College in 2015.
Wherever possible, Mr Moxey uses minimally-invasive techniques to treat vascular disease and problems, frequently using angioplasty, endovenous laser, radiofrequency ablation and sclerotherapy. He also specialises in hybrid techniques that combine keyhole techniques with open surgery to restore blood flow.