Mr Quamar Bismil: Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

Mr Quamar Bismil

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery


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Specialises in

  • Elbow
  • Hand
  • Shoulder
  • Wrist

About me

Mr Quamar Bismil MBChB(Hons) MRCS DipSEM MFSEM DMSMed FRCSEd(Tr and Orth) is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. He qualified as a doctor with Honours from Leeds University School of Medicine in 2000. Since then he has successfully completed basic surgical training in West Yorkshire and six years of higher surgical training in orthopaedics and trauma in London, culminating in the award of a CCT in Trauma and Orthopaedics.

His academic and clinical interests are in soft-tissue orthopaedic problems including minimally invasive surgery and wide awake hand surgery (WAHS). Mr Bismil spent half of his six year orthopaedic training learning soft-tissue surgical techniques through attachments with eminent hand surgeons (orthopaedic and plastic surgeons), upper limb surgeons and arthroscopists. This included a prestigious hand surgery fellowship at St Georges Hospital London when he was attached to a number of eminent orthopaedic and plastic surgeons. After successfully completing his FRCS exit examination in Trauma and Orthopaedics he spent the last 2 years of his training programme with experts in upper limb surgery, arthroscopy and soft-tissue problems. This included an arthroscopy and soft-tissue fellowship.

Throughout his postgraduate career Mr Bismil has devoted a great deal of time and effort into the evidence-based advancement of orthopaedic soft-tissue problems including arthroscopy and hand surgery- through peer-reviewed publication. He has over one hundred publications, prizes and presentations. He has significant postgraduate experience in sports and exercise medicine and musculoskeletal medicine.

Upon completion of his higher surgical training, Mr Bismil joined his father Mr MSK Bismil the pioneer of One Stop Wide Awake Hand Surgery: in a practice which has now treated thousands of wide awake hand surgery patients; with published outcomes.

Moreover, he has performed several hundred wide awake Dupuytren's fasciectomies- with published peer-reviewed outcomes.

The wide awake hand surgery service (see publications above) is now established in the prestigious setting of The Harley Street Hand Clinic at Queen Anne Street Medical Centre off Harley Street in Central London:

Quamar Bismil has extensive orthopaedic medicolegal experience and academic experience in the management of soft-tissue injuries including whiplash associated disorder

Quamar Bismil is a founder member and group secretary of the worldwide awake hand surgery group.

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Quamar MK Bismil qualified as a doctor with Honours in 2000. His academic and clinical interests are in soft-tissue orthopaedic problems including: Wide Awake Hand Surgery (WAHS), minimally invasive surgery and musculoskeletal exercise-based rehabilitation. Mr Bismil devoted half of his higher surgical training in orthopaedics to soft-tissue problems, including a hand surgery fellowship at St Georges Hospital London and a year-long soft-tissue fellowship. Upon attainment of the orthopaedic CCT, Mr Bismil joined his father and consultant colleague in a practice which has treated thousands of WAHS patients with peer-reviewed outcomes. Quamar Bismil is triply qualified, with the Fellowship of The Royal College of Surgeons in Trauma and Orthopaedics, the Diploma in Musculoskeletal Medicine and the Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine. He has published multiple papers and textbooks and is one of a handful of surgeons worldwide who has performed well over 1000 WAHS operations.

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