Fahad is a Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, specialising in Lower Limb Arthroplasty and Knee Reconstruction Surgery. He is currently working at St. Helens and Knowsley Teaching Hospitals NHS Trust in the UK and does private consultations at other hospitals in the UK which include the Spire Cheshire Hospital in Warrington, The Alexandra Hospital in Manchester and at 10 Harley street in London.
He performs routine and complex hip and knee replacements, partial knee replacements, osteotomies around the knee, ACL reconstructions, knee arthrospcopies and cartilage reconstruction procedures and revision hip and knee replacements. His main areas of interest are managing and treating young patients with knee arthritis, anterior knee pain, patello-femoral instability and cartilage defects. Fahad achieved his Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery degree (MBChB) from the University of Liverpool in Uk in 1999. He successfully completed his trauma and orthopaedic training from the East Midlands Deanery in the UK in 2011 and gained his FRCS (Tr & Orth) intercollegiate specialist fellowship exam in 2009.
He has completed his fellowship training and gained experience in lower limb arthroplasty and knee reconstruction surgery from world renowned centres; 6 months at the Nuffield Orthopaedic centre in the UK, 1 year at the Holland Orthopaedic centre, Sunnybrook hospital in Toronto, Canada and 6 months at Wrightington hospital in the UK. He further enhanced his surgical experience and expertise by spending time with experts in his specialist areas of interest; young patients with knee arthritis, patello-femoral instability, anterior knee pain and cartilage defects and injuries. He has done this through travelling and visiting fellowship programs with Dr. David DeJour in Lyon, Prof. Phillip Lobenhoeffer in Hannover and Dr.Freddie Fu in the US.
Fahad is well published and has been involved in ongoing lab based and clinical research through his training and fellowship years. These have culminated in numerous peer review publications and oral presentations in national and international meetings worldwide. He is also currently a reviewer for ‘the knee’ journal.