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Yaser Jabbar is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon in London. He looks after adults and children with orthopaedic conditions and injuries affecting bones and joints. His specialist practice is in limb problems from birth, through growth in childhood or after injury. The breadth and complexity of his reconstructive work allows for an expert approach to acute injury, giving a balanced approach to the need for surgical intervention to give superior long term results with reduced risk.
With his training and an active practice Mr. Jabbar can advise and care for patients of all ages with a unique understanding of the long term effect of treating childhood problems, as well as a detailed understanding of adult pathology that has it's origin in childhood.
Mr. Jabbar is on the GMC Specialist Register and has an active, internationally recognised NHS practice. He is a current member of the British Limb Reconstruction Society.
He sees private patients at Great Ormond Street Hospital (Complex Paediatrics) The Portland Hospital (Paediatrics and Womens) and The Wellington Hospital (Adults). Mr. Jabbar has access to a number of local and international multi-disciplinary teams to ensure that patients receive the most expert care possible.
Areas of interest
Limb Reconstruction; Limb Deformity; Limb Deficiency; Trauma; Post-trauma deformity; paediatric orthopaedics; SCFE; SUFE; Perthes; DDH; Skeletal Dysplasia; Joint Re-alignment; Rotational Deformity
Current NHS consultant posts held
Great Ormond Street Hospital, London
3D deformity planning and reconstruction
Merit Clinical Excellence
Prize Best Poster ESSKA
Prize Best Presentation BTS
- MBBS University Of London 2004
- MSc Cardiff University 2011
- FRCS Tr & Orth Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2012
- Paediatric Orthopaedic Fellow The Children's Hospital at Westmead 2013
- Limb Reconstruction Fellow The Royal Children's Hospital Melbourne 2013
Reference number 6104046
Details of entry to specialist register
- Trauma & Orthopaedics, 2014
Affiliations / memberships
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