Mr Muhammad Saleem Shahid
Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon
MBBS, FRCSEd, M.Ch Orth, FRCS (Tr & Orth)
PA/secretary phone number: 020 8375 1428
PA/secretary email address: firstname.lastname@example.org
Fax: 020 8375 1917
Mr. Shahid is a consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in lower limb surgery, addressing problems related to the hip, knee, foot and ankle. He is a fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon and has special expertise in knee arthroscopy and hip & knee joint replacements. He has a keen interest in his field, and keeps up to date on new research and technologies by attending conferences and meetings at both national and international levels.
After graduating from medical school, he underwent basic surgical training at a large teaching hospital in Pakistan. He then furthered his training in Trauma & Orthopaedics, both in Ireland and Great Britain. He has been awarded the Fellowship of the Intercollegiate board for Trauma and Orthopaedics, as well as a Masters degree in Orthopaedic surgery by the University of Dundee.
He takes a keen interest in the teaching and training of orthopaedic junior doctors, and teaches on courses at a national level. He is also a final year MBBS examiner.
Mr. Shahid is actively involved in local community work and is elected chair of a committee managing a community center. He enjoys much of his spare time with his family.
Makki D, Haddad BZ, Mahmood Z, Shahid MS, Pathak S, Garnham I, “Efficacy of corticosteroid injection versus size of plantar interdigital neuroma” Foot Ankle Int. 33(9):722-6, Sep 2012
Shahid MS, Lee P, Evans S, Thomas R, ‘A comparative study of bone shortening and bone loss with use of saw blades versus burr in Hallux Valgus Surgery’, Foot and Ankle Surgery, 18(3):195-7, Sep 2012
Rohit Rambani, Muhammad Saleem Shahid and Surinder Goyal, ‘The use of a hands-free crutch in patients with musculoskeletal injuries: randomized control trial’, International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 30(4):357-9. Dec 2007
Rambani R, Shahid MS,‘Accessory soleus muscle as a cause of congenital talipes equino varus - a case report’, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, 72(5):644-6, Oct 2006
Shahid MS et al, ‘A prospective study for evaluation of knee effusion after hip surgery’, Irish Medical Journal, 95 (5): 140-1, May 2002