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Amir Qureshi is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who has international fellowship training in Lower Limb Arthroplasty and Limb Reconstruction. He is an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University Hospital Southampton.
Amir completed his orthopaedic training at the internationally renowned Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopaedic Hospital, Oswestry where he was awarded the Lloyd Griffiths Medal. Having qualified as a doctor from UWCM in 1997, and after completing his basic surgical training he worked in orthopaedics at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham. He was a Research Trauma Fellow at University Hospitals Birmingham with Professor Sir Keith Porter before his Higher Surgical training on the Oswestry-Stoke programme. Amongst the highly experienced surgeons he trained with are Professor Thomas (Limb Reconstruction) and Professor Richardson (Cartilage Regeneration techniques) as well as Mr Dai Rees (sports knee surgery) and Mr Richard Spencer Jones (Revision Hip and Knee surgery).
In order to enhance his expertise in hip, knee and Limb Reconstruction surgery, Mr Qureshi has undertaken 2 international fellowships.
-Australian Orthopaedic Association accredited fellowship in Hip and Knee surgery (during this time he was also an Honorary Lecturer at the University of Adelaide and helped develop the enhanced recovery service)
-Fellowship in Limb Reconstruction at The Russian Ilizarov Scientific Centre for Restorative Traumatology and Orthopaedics, Kurgan, Russia
Areas of interest
sports injuries; meniscal injuries,;ACL injuries; ACL reconstruction; meniscal repair; knee arthroscopy; knee ligament injury; cartilage injury; patella dislocations; knee osteotomies; knee replacement surgery, revision knee surgery; knee pain; limb reconstruction; circular frames; problem fractures; lower limb fractures; malunion; non union; deformity correction; limb lengthening; bone infection; ilizarov frame surgery; knee arthroplasty; stem cells; knee injection; realignment surgery; deformity correction; knee joint preservation surgery
- Debbie Clark
- Spire Southampton Hospital Chalybeate Close SOUTHAMPTON SO16 6UY
- 023 8091 4505
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Henry Akerman Not Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
University Hospital Southampton
osteotomies around the knee
Mr Qureshi is married with four children. His culinary skills have been key to his successful 12 year marriage! Efforts to capture moments to treasure with the kids have led to a keen interest in photography.
- Lloyd Griffiths Medal
(Best resident. RJAH, Oswestry)
- Harrison Prize, Naughton Dunn Club meeting
- British Trauma Society Prize
(Best Poster, Leeds)
- Wessex Trainer of the Year
- Hospital Hero Award for education
Arthroscopy of the Elbow: The Accessory Lateral Portal
Seating of Ceramic Liners in the Uncemented Trident® Acetabular Shell: Is There Really a Problem?
Locked and angulated fracture of the scapula blade in a 15-year-old rugby player: a closed manipulation technique for reduction
Postoperative radiographs following hip fracture surgery. Do they influence patient management?
Acute fingertip injuries
Reduction of the posterior pelvic ring by non-invasive stabilisation: a report of two cases
Are We Able To Comply With The NICE Head Injury Guidelines?
Emergencies In The Air
Distracting Injuries- Missed Spinal Injury
A review of the mechanics and pattern of limb fractures
Surgical training in Intensive & critical care
Trampoline injuries: A jump to the clinic
The Management Of Ankle Syndesmosis Injuries – A National Audit Of United Kingdom Practice And Comparison With Published Recommendations
Compartmental Pressure Monitoring: the use of Epidural or Regional blocks, and the Measurement of Pressures in the Unconscious Patient: A National Audit
The Management Of Wound Complications Following Calcaneal Fracture Fixation Using An Extended Lateral Approach
Lateral Ligament Reconstruction Of The Ankle Using A Modified Technique With Peroneus Brevis
An audit of ankle syndesmosis injury management in the UK
Plaiting four strand hamstring grafts in ACL reconstruction increases pullout strength with interference screw fixation
Has surgery for the rheumatoid hand and wrist moved on?
Book chapter for ‘THE OXFORD TEXTBOOK OF ORTHOPAEDIC SURGERY’
Courses offered to GPs
Any aspect of knee surgery, trauma or limb reconstruction. Also the basic science of fracture healing.
- FRCS Trauma and Orthopaedics Royal College of Surgeons, England 2010
Reference number 4435260
Affiliations / memberships
British Association of Knee Surgery (BASK)
British Limb Reconstruction Society
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.