Our expanding team of orthopaedic specialists, plastic surgeons and radiographers, work together with a skilled support team to ensure the very best treatment possible for our patients. Clinics and treatment facilities both are available in Harley Street, London.
Professor Adrian Wilson
MBBS, BSc (Hons), FRCS, FRCS Tr & Orth Specialist Knee Surgeon (Professor)
Professor Wilson is a specialist knee surgeon who qualified with a BSc in Biochemistry from Manchester University in 1989 and then went on to study medicine at St Bartholomew’s medical school, graduating in 1994. He did his fellowship in Sports Medicine at the Brisbane Orthopaedic Centre with Peter Myers in 2004.
Since becoming a consultant he has developed a specialist interest in knee preservation surgery particularly focusing on complex ligament and osteotomy surgery.He has helped to develop the instruments and surgical technique for a number of surgical procedures. He is particularly well known for his work on the All Inside ACL and PCL surgical technique and has presented and published extensively on these procedures.
He has also helped to number of new surgical techniques for ACL and PCL surgery helping to pioneer the “All Inside Technique”. He has also developed a number of other surgical techniques including a technique for ACL repair.Professor Wilson is has also helped to pioneer the new “Anterolateral Ligament Procedure” and is a member of the anterolateral ligament expert group.
Professor Wilson has a particular interest in knee osteotomy surgery and is considered one of the leading world experts in this surgery and the management of the young arthritic knee. He is a co-founder of the UK knee osteotomy registry (UKKOR) the first dedicated national database for osteotomy surgery. He has developed a number of instruments for osteotomy surgery and pioneered a minimally invasive technique for High Tibial Osteotomy Surgery. He co-founded the Basingstoke Osteotomy Masterclass in 2007. Professor Wilson is also vice chairman of the ESSKA osteotomy committee and his centre is a recognised centre for the ESSKA Osteotomy travelling fellowship.
He frequently has international and UK visitors to observe both Osteotomy and ligament surgery. Professor Wilson is a member of the ESSKA Academy editorial board is a visiting Professor to the department of Sport & Exercise at Winchester University.
Mr Ali Noorani
Consultant Upper Limb Surgeon MBBS BSc (Hons) MRCS FRCS (Trauma & Orth)
Mr Noorani is a substantive Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon at St Bartholomew’s and Royal London Hospital (Barts Health NHS), specialising in trauma and upper limb surgery. This hospital is a tertiary referral centre for complex upper limb patients. He qualified from the Imperial College School of Medicine (London) in the year 2000 and completed his Orthopaedic and Trauma training on the prestigious Royal London Hospital rotation and has further specialised in Upper Limb Surgery including Trauma & Sports injuries. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Trauma & Orth) in 2009. He undertook further Specialist Fellowship training in Shoulder, Elbow and Upper Limb Surgery at the world-renowned Upper Limb fellowship programme at The Royal Liverpool Hospital.
He was also awarded the coveted Annual British Shoulder and Elbow Society Fellowship in 2010, and the equally impressive British Orthopaedic Association Fellowship in 2011. He used these fellowships to gain further valuable training in Upper Limb and Trauma Surgery in the US, at Harvard University, the Mayo Clinic, Columbia University, and the Rothman Institute. He was also awarded an AO trauma fellowship to Salzburg. He is the founding member of the Royal London Orthopaedic and Trauma Society and the Barts Orthopaedic Fund and he is on the education board of the European Society for Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation. He is also the upper limb lead for the Sports Injury Clinic at 108 Harley Street. Mr Noorani is also a shoulder surgeon at the London Institute for Sports Exercise and Health (ISEH). ISEH is the only International Olympic Committee (IOC) recognised centre in UK.
His Special interests include:
Shoulder Instability including Traumatic Atraumatic and Muscle Patterning Instability (Multidirectional Instability), Sports Injuries with a special interest in treatment of the Shoulder and Elbow, Sports Injuries, Management of Rotator Cuff Injuries and Frozen Shoulder, Pec Major, Biceps ACJ and Sternoclavicular joint Injuries in athletes, Arthroscopy of the Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist, Shoulder Arthroplasty (Primary and Revision), Elbow Arthroplasty (Primary and Revision), Hand and Wrist Surgery including a MDT approach to carpal tunnel syndrome, Trauma with a special interest in Upper Limb Trauma including Clavicle/ACJ/Scapula/Proximal Humerus, Elbow, Hand and Wrist injuries. Management of Early Onset Arthritis,Rehabilitation of the Shoulder and Elbow
Mr Nima Heidari
Consultant Foot, Ankle and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon MBBS, MSc, FRCS(Tr&Orth)
Mr Heidari qualified in 1998 from St George’s Hospital and undertook his orthopaedic and trauma training at the Royal London Hospital. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2009. In 2012 he was appointed as a Consultant at the Royal London Hospital, the largest trauma centre in Europe. Since then he has set up the Foot and Ankle Unit as well as the Bone Infection Service. He provides a tertiary service for complex foot and lower limb injuries. Mr Heidari has worked widely in Europe, Canada and USA on multiple fellowships in trauma and foot and ankle surgery. In 2012 he became a Fellow of the Winston Churchill Memorial Trust having completed a Travelling Fellowship across the US and Canada.
His Special interests include:
Foot and ankle: ankle arthritis, joint preserving surgery for arthritis, arthroscopy, bunion correction, reconstruction of the foot following trauma, complex foot and ankle fractures, adult flat foot, adult high arch, sports injuries of the foot and ankle.
Lower limb reconstruction: deformity correction, limb lengthening, treatment of bone infection, complex post-trauma reconstruction.
Orthopaedic trauma: complex intra-articular fractures of the lower limb, complex foot fractures including: Lisfranc (mid foot) injuries and calcaneus (heel bone) injuries.
Dr Sarah Davies
MBChB MRCP MACA dipSEM(UK) FFSEM(UK)
As a Sports Physician, Dr Davies worked at both the London 2012 Olympics and Paralympics and at the Rio Games in 2016 with British Athletics.
Dr Davies became involved in Sport and Exercise Medicine in 2005 following a Masters degree in the performing arts which sparked her interest in medicine for joint and musculoskeletal preservation. Her first job in this innovative field was as the medical support on an expedition in Namibia with Ray Mears when she was responsible for ensuring the medical safety of people of all ages and abilities. Further expeditions have included looking after the Paralympian Richard Whitehead as he undertook 40 marathons in 40 days across the length of England in 2012.
Dr Davies worked for the English Institute of Sport and British Athletics from 2013 to 2017, where she was responsible for elite athletes throughout Great Britain in the prevention and treatment of injury and illness in training and competition. During her time with British Athletics Dr Davies headed up research into female health and wellbeing in sport.
Dr Davies is an examiner for the Faculty of Sport and Exercise Medicine. She has a personal interest in yoga, qigong, triathlon and snowboarding and singing.
Chronic musculoskeletal injury: Chronic tendinopathy, overuse injuries, including exertional limb pain and occupational injuries.
Exercise for health and wellbeing: specific therapeutic intervention for the betterment of long-term medical conditions. Medicine for the Performing Arts, masters in classical acting from the Central School of Speech and Drama, London. Sarah completed her specialist training under the Rheumatologist Dr Roger Wolman, advisor for Dance UK.
Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine: The Regenerative Clinic, London. Bupa Basinghall, City of London. St George’s Hospital, London.
Dr Christoph Seifert
Dr Christoph Seifert is a Consultant Pain Specialist and Foundation Fellow of the Faculty of Pain Medicine of the Royal College of Anaesthetists. He specialises in the accurate diagnosis and treatment of neck, back and related nerve root pain.
Further areas of his specialist expertise include the management of Complex Regional Pain Syndromes (RSDs) and the use of Botulinum Toxin for muscular pain and migraines. He is regularly involved in the treatment of sportsmen and women, particularly the members of the British Equestrian Team.
His philosophy is that early diagnosis and minimally invasive interventional therapy substantially reduce the likelihood of disability.
Mr Suresh Sudula
Consultant MSK Physiotherapist
Suresh has specialised in Musculoskeletal Medicine for the last 15 years, during this time he has gained Diploma in Orthopaedic Medicine, Injection therapy and more recently a Postgraduate certificate in musculoskeletal ultrasound from Canterbury Christ Church University.
He is the first physiotherapist to hold formal qualifications in both Independent prescribing and MSK ultrasound in the UK.
Suresh has unique combination of extended scope skills in the form of non-medical prescriber and able to perform diagnostic and interventional MSK ultrasound which adds a significant value and quality to the orthopaedic interface service in Rochester Kent where he currently works as a senior orthopaedic practitioner in Musculoskeletal Medicine and as well as to the Radiology department at Medway Maritime Hospital where he works as a Consultant Physiotherapist in Diagnostic & Interventional Musculoskeletal Ultrasound.
Suresh is the first physiotherapist from UK to obtain a visiting fellowship at Thomas Jefferson University Hospital Radiology department, which is internationally acclaimed institution for its work on MSK Ultrasound. Currently Suresh sits on Education Committee of European Society of Shoulder and Elbow Rehabilitation (EUSSER) as a board member. He is also a peer reviewer for original articles submitted for publication in Journal of Ultrasound in Medicine (JUM). Suresh is a visiting lecturer at Canterbury Christ Church University MSK Ultrasound PG Cert programme and also frequently teaches on national and international MSK US courses and musculoskeletal society conferences. Suresh is programme director for MSK Medicine and MSK Ultrasound fellowship at Medway Community Healthcare in Gillingham Kent. Suresh is also founder and director of Kent Musculoskeletal Clinic, which is a private clinic offers ‘One Stop Shop’ musculoskeletal services specialises in ultrasound guided soft tissue and joint injections.
Dr Mira Razzaque
MBBS 1990, FRCA United Kingdom and FRCSA Ireland
Consultant Anaesthetist at Royal London Hospital Barts Health NHS Trust since December 1999
Specialist interests in Trauma & Orthopaedics, Obstetric Anaesthesia and Out patient Clinics In pre Operative assessment & optimisation of Medical High Risk Patients, Consultant Appraiser for BART Health NHS trust.
Examiner at the Royal College of Anaesthetist’s UK for the Final FRCA fellowship examinations.
Private Anaesthetic practice in London with HCA hospitals group, The Weymouth Hospital & Harley Street clinic, BMI Hospital London Independent and the Nuada Clinic.
Dr Anshul Rastogi
Dr. Anshul Rastogi is a consultant radiologist at St George’s Hospital, London with a special interest in musculoskeletal imaging and intervention.
Anshul trained in radiology at Barts and the Royal London hospitals where he specialised in musculoskeletal imaging and followed through this interest by undertaking a one year fellowship at the University of Toronto including Toronto Western, Mount Sinai, St Michael’s and SickKids Hospitals, and has got wide experience in all aspects of rheumatological, orthopaedic and sports injury imaging.
He is involved in postgraduate medical training at St George’s, has wide research experience with several national, international presentations and publications.
Musculoskeletal including sports injury imaging, and image-guided intervention/injection
Outcomes and research programme
As part of your treatment, we will ask you to help us collect, record and analyse the results of your Lipogems® therapy so that we can measure how well the treatment works and the quality of our service. In order to do this, we ask all our patients to fill out short questionnaires about their condition at various stages including: when you come to your first appointment, shortly after your surgery, and at regular intervals afterwards.
Any data we publish as a result of this research is strictly anonymous and we do not share your information with anyone else.
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