Mr Haroon Mann

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, MD, MRCS, AFRCS, FRCS(Tr & Ortho)

Specialty Orthopaedic surgery

Special interests Trauma, Ankle Cartilage Preservation, Arthroscopy, Sports Foot and Ankle Injuries, Neurological Foot Disorders, Ankle Replacement Surgery and all types of Forefoot Surgery such as Bunions and Hammer Toe Surgery

About

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    Mr Haroon A Mann is a USA Fellowship Trained Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon and Honorary Senior Lecturer at UCL Medical School. His dedicated NHS practice is based at The Royal Free Hospital London NHS Foundation Trust. Following completion of an Orthopaedic Doctorate in Medicine (MD), post-graduate surgical training was undertaken at UCL Hospitals, Barts & The Royal London, Royal National Orthopaedic and Great Ormond Street Hospital for sick children. He is a one of a handful of Orthopaedic Surgeons in the UK to have undertaken 12 months of Orthopaedic Surgical training in the USA. He was trained by the renowned orthopaedic surgeon Dr Mark S Myerson at The Institute of Foot & Ankle Reconstruction in Baltimore Maryland USA.

    Mr Mann"s expertise and specialist interests include all aspects of Adult and Paediatric Foot and ankle disorders. He has been extensively trained in the reconstruction of arthritic knee and ankle joints and minimally invasive procedures to the Knee, Ankle and foot. Particular practice interests include treatment of forefoot disorders such as bunions, hammertoes, ankle instability, sports and dance related injuries, paediatric and adult flatfoot disorders.

    With over 40 publications, books and book chapters, Mr Mann’s clinical research interests include cartilage preservation and the use of Stem cells in orthopaedics. He has presented at learned societies both nationally and internationally and is actively involved in training of surgeons, junior doctors and medical students

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    Trauma, Ankle Cartilage Preservation, Arthroscopy, Sports Foot and Ankle Injuries, Neurological Foot Disorders, Ankle Replacement Surgery and all types of Forefoot Surgery such as Bunions and Hammer Toe Surgery

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