Mr Nomaan Sheikh

Mr Nomaan Sheikh

Mr Nomaan Sheikh is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in Kettering

NHS base
Kettering General Hospital
GMC Number
6147506
Clinic Timetable
Tuesday mornings, week 1 and week 4
Clinical interests

Mr Sheikh's areas of expertise include: Hip and knee replacements, Revision hip and knee replacements, Arthroscopic (Key hole) knee surgery, Peripheral nerve decompression, such as Morton's neuroma, cubital tunnel and common peroneal nerve. Common hand procedures like carpal tunnel decompression, trigger finger and dupuytren's release. Lipoma removal (excluding abdomen and anterior chest). Joint and soft tissue injections (excluding the spine).

Professional Memberships

Royal college of surgeons of England
British orthopaedic association
British hip society
British orthopaedic oncology society
Medical and dental defence union of Scotland
British Medical Association
General Medical Council

Academic Background

Mr Sheikh is a practising Consultant at the University Hospitals of Northampton, based at Kettering General Hospital. He has a special interest in hip and knee replacement surgery and their revisions. He is undertaking general orthopaedics and trauma, with a special interest in complex lower limb injuries and reconstructions around metastatic bone disease. He completed his higher specialist training in the east midlands south deanery, successfully attaining registration on the specialist register. He undertook 2 prestigious and highly sought after fellowships, one at Wrightington hospital's hip surgery unit and then at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham, in advanced limb reconstruction and sarcoma. He has an active interest in research and education, he is well published in peer reviewed scientific literature in trauma and orthopaedics as well as education. He is the current Royal College of surgeons tutor for Kettering General Hospital

NHS base

Kettering General Hospital

GMC Number

6147506

Clinic Timetable

Tuesday mornings, week 1 and week 4

Clinical interests

Mr Sheikh's areas of expertise include: Hip and knee replacements, Revision hip and knee replacements, Arthroscopic (Key hole) knee surgery, Peripheral nerve decompression, such as Morton's neuroma, cubital tunnel and common peroneal nerve. Common hand procedures like carpal tunnel decompression, trigger finger and dupuytren's release. Lipoma removal (excluding abdomen and anterior chest). Joint and soft tissue injections (excluding the spine).

Professional Memberships

Royal college of surgeons of England
British orthopaedic association
British hip society
British orthopaedic oncology society
Medical and dental defence union of Scotland
British Medical Association
General Medical Council

Academic Background

Mr Sheikh is a practising Consultant at the University Hospitals of Northampton, based at Kettering General Hospital. He has a special interest in hip and knee replacement surgery and their revisions. He is undertaking general orthopaedics and trauma, with a special interest in complex lower limb injuries and reconstructions around metastatic bone disease. He completed his higher specialist training in the east midlands south deanery, successfully attaining registration on the specialist register. He undertook 2 prestigious and highly sought after fellowships, one at Wrightington hospital's hip surgery unit and then at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Birmingham, in advanced limb reconstruction and sarcoma. He has an active interest in research and education, he is well published in peer reviewed scientific literature in trauma and orthopaedics as well as education. He is the current Royal College of surgeons tutor for Kettering General Hospital

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