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Mr Aslam Mohammed

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Specialty
  • Orthopaedic care
Sub-Specialties
  • Hip, Knee, Sports Medicine
Fixed Price Packages

About

  • Biography icon plus

    Mr Aslam Mohammed qualified in 1984 from the Welsh National School of Medicine in Cardiff. He now specialises exclusively in sports related problems of the hip and knee, and in complex primary and revision joint replacement surgery and has a wealth of experience in treating complex cases over the last 24 years
    He was appointed in 1995 as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Wrightington Hospital for Joint Disease which is one of the few specialist facilities in the UK, this is where hip replacement surgery was developed in the 1960’s by Sir John Charnley with the Charnley hip prosthesis.

    He undertook his specialist training in Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery at one of the leading specialist centres for orthopaedic surgery in the UK, The Robert Jones Orthopaedic Hospital in Oswestry and at The North Staffordshire Hospital in Stoke on Trent.
    During his training he was awarded G K Rose Prize for Biomechanics and the Professors Gold Medal for his research into bone cell culture techniques related to fracture healing biology.

    To maintain his position at the forefront of innovation and knowledge, he has spent a considerable amount of time visiting key centres both in Europe and the USA to discuss and exchange ideas on the latest techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery.
    Following his Consultant appointment he has successfully established two new units at Wrightington Hospital providing specialist services in soft tissue and sports injury of the hip and knee, secondly a young adult hip problem service. He now leads two teams with four surgeons in each speciality team.

    In 1996 he developed instruments for hip arthroscopy to allow minimally invasive access to the hip joint. He has a vast breadth and level of expertise in FAI and labral surgery. He also was involved in the design and testing of the first bio absorbable ligament fixation screw made of Tricalcuim Phospate and PLLA which lay down the foundation for fixation devices used today.

    Mr Aslam Mohammed has a passion for teaching and regularly attends as faculty at national and international medical meetings. He is a recognised educator and trainer for future orthopaedic surgeons for the North West and Mersey Orthopaedic training programmes.

    Mr Aslam Mohammed maintains a keen interest in research and development, his current research interests include fixation of ligament grafts in cruciate ligament reconstruction, minimal invasive hip surgery and the application of computers to assist in specific minimally invasive surgical procedures in the hip and knee.

    Where possible he will advise and try to preserve the joint where possible to maintain as near normal function, he able to utilise a range of biologics which may be suitable for each individual case.
    He utilises a variety of implants for joint replacement, which are tailored to best fit each individual patient to match their age, activity, functional requirements and bone quality.

    He is delighted to be joining the Villar-Bajwa Practice at the Princess Grace Hospital, London.

  • Clinical interests icon plus

    • Hip Arthroscopy FAI Surgery (Femoro acetabular Impingement), Labral Repair
    • Knee Sports Injury ACL, PCL and Multi ligament reconstruction, Meniscal repair, Joint preservation with micro fracture, stem cell and cartilage regeneration techniques
    • Hip joint replacement and Revision surgery
    • Knee joint replacement and Revision surgery

Practice locations

Consults at

Monday
9AM - 12PM
Tuesday
9AM - 6PM
Wednesday
9AM - 2PM
Occurance
ALT WEEKS
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