Professor Deiary Kader

MBChB, FRCSEng, FRCSEd, FRCSGlas, FRCS (Tr & Orth) MFSEM (UK)

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Specialty
  • Orthopaedic surgery
Self Pay

About

  • Biography icon plus

    Professor Kader is a fellowship trained knee and sport medicine surgeon with an extensive experience in knee ligament reconstruction, primary/revision knee arthroplasty, multiligament reconstruction and patellofemoral joint instability. He is also a specialist surgeon for the international committee of the Red Cross at their war trauma training reconstruction centre in Lebanon. After finishing type one specialist registrar training in Scotland and knee fellowship in Sydney and Newcastle in 2005, he was invited to accept a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon post at the QEH NHS trust in Gateshead and to become a team doctor for Newcastle United football club. This gave him an opportunity to care for professional athletes and obtain the membership of the faculty of sport and exercise medicine in the UK.

    In August 2015 he was appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in knee surgery at the Academic Surgical Firm, South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre (SWLEOC) where he works very closely with professor Richard Field and his team.

    He is also a visiting professor in the Faculty of Health and Life Sciences in Northumbria University and a director of OASIR Research group (www.oasir.co.uk). In the past 10 years he has developed an extensive interest in research and postgraduate training and published more than 88 scientific papers, book chapters and articles. He is also the co-editor of two of the best selling Postgraduate Orthopaedic books in the UK.

  • Clinical interests icon plus

    Meniscal and chondral injuries in the knee, ACL injuries, Patellofemoral joint Instability, Tendinopathy, Joint arthroplasty, Post operative recovery, Comparing various knee systems, Spine muscles, Sports medicine, Stem cells

Practice locations

NHS base

Epsom and St Helier University Hospitals NHS Trust

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