Mr Amir Qureshi is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with international fellowship training in Knee Surgery and Limb Reconstruction.
Based at the University Hospital Southampton, he provides specialist knee treatment for a wide range of conditions. This includes sports injuries involving ligament and meniscal injuries, unstable kneecaps, cartilage problems and arthritis in the young as well as conditions relating to malalignment.
With particular expertise in the treatment of knee pain in the young, alignment, stability and meniscal preservation are a key focus. He is part of the University Hospital Southampton cartilage clinic offering biological regeneration (including cartilage regeneration techniques), realignment (osteotomy) surgery and stabilisation of the patella (knee-cap)
He completed a sports and arthroplasty fellowship in Australia, was one of the first to provide robotic knee arthroplasty and the first in the region to offer fully custom 3D printed individualised knee replacements as a routine. He also routinely performs revision (re-do) knee replacements.
A limb reconstruction surgeon, Mr Qureshi provides a regional service for complex lower limb trauma, deformity and limb length problems.
An Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Southampton, the Postgraduate Education lead for Orthopaedics at UHS, he also gives invited lectures at scientific meetings internationally. He keenly undertakes research and has completed fully funded trials including the use of cartilage regenerative cells (ABICUS trial).
At a national level, he is Education Secretary for the British Limb Reconstruction Society.
His teaching has won him the ‘Wessex Trainer of the Year’ award in consecutive years, as well as a ‘Hospital Hero’ badge for the University Hospital Southampton. A number of articles have also been published in the national press.
Orthopaedic surgery; Arthroscopy; Trauma Surgery; Knee Surgery; Sports Injury
Royal College of Surgeons England
British Orthopaedic Association
British Limb Reconstruction Society
Specialist Registration General Medical Council
University Hospital Southampton