BSc MB ChB FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Shoulder Surgery, Elbow surgery, Wrist surgery, Hand and Micro Surgery, Arthroscopic surgery, Joint replacement Surgery, Trauma Surgery, Sports injuries and Sports medicine
Paediatric orthopaedics, Upper limb surgery, Elbow surgery, Trauma, Sports injuries, Arthroplasty, Shoulder surgery, Wrist surgery, Frozen Shoulder, Rotator cuff tears, Arthritis joint replacement surgery for fingers wrist elbow and shoulder, Shoulder Impingement, Ganglion and tendinitis, Wrist instability and arthroscopy, Tendon Injuries, Nerve entrapments Carpal and Cubital tunnel., Platelet rich Plasma treatment, Shoulder instability dislocations and shoulder wrist and elbow pain., Musicians hand, Work related disorders, Tennis and Golfers Elbow
Mr Waseem's practice provides a comprehensive upper limb and trauma service. He has been fellowship trained in trauma and upper limb surgery. He has trained in three regions, Manchester, Yorkshire and Wessex. The fellowships included an upper limb fellowship in Wrightington and 14 months as an upper limb registrar in Southampton. The trauma year was spent in Leeds and Hull. There were two overseas fellowships during this period; a travelling fellowship to University Hospital Zurich, Switzerland for training in micro-vascular hand surgery; and a trauma travelling fellowship by AO in Germany.
Mohammad is a keen teacher. He lectures nationally and internationally on trauma and upper limb surgery. He has been a member of the Court of examiners for the Royal College of Surgeons of England examining in the UK and overseas.
Being a keen sportsman, Mr Waseem has played a number of sports to a fairly high level. However, a number of personal injuries have led to his interest into sports injuries and rehabilitation. Mr Waseem plays cricket and writes children's books. He speaks English, Urdu, Punjabi, Hindi and Spanish fluently and is currently learning Serbian and French.
You can visit his personal website at mohammadwaseem.co.uk/
- 52 Alderley Road, SK9 1NY
- BMI The Alexandra Hospital
- Spire Regency Hospital
- Helen Hatton