Specialist in sports medicine, arthroscopic 'keyhole' and joint replacement surgery of the shoulder and elbow joint.
Mr Ford Qureshi, MBBS FRCS (Ed) FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgery), is an NHS Consultant at the Doncaster Royal Infirmary and Bassetlaw Trust Hospitals. He also works at the Montagu NHS Hospital in Mexborough, Rotherham. He has weekly trauma, shoulder & elbow clinics across these hospitals.
He also works privately at the Park Hill Hospital in Doncaster. His areas of expertise are arthroscopic 'keyhole' surgery of the shoulder and elbow, upper limb joint replacement surgery and sports injuries of the upper limb and hand surgery.
Having been educated in Nottinghamshire he moved to London and qualified in medicine at Guy´s and St Thomas´ Hospitals where he undertook his surgical house officer posts. He then completed his basic surgical training at the Queens Medical Centre and City Hospitals of Nottingham.
Mr Qureshi returned to London to undertake an Honorary Research Fellowship post for one year at Guy´s‚ King’s and St Thomas’ Medical Schools working within the Division of Anatomy, Cell & Human Biology and Department of Orthopaedic Surgery. During this time he was awarded grants from both the British Orthopaedic Association Wishbone Trust and the British Society for the Surgery of the Hand.
He underwent his Higher Surgical Training in Orthopaedic Surgery in the South East Thames Region including Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals in London and in 2005 he completed his training and was entered on to the Specialist Register for Orthopaedic Surgery.
Ford Qureshi underwent Specialist Fellowship Training in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery at the Northern General Hospital in Sheffield where he gained expert training in complex shoulder & elbow conditions.
He has also been the National British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS) Travelling Fellow, an award which allowed him to visit a number of shoulder & elbow surgeons within North America, including The Mayo Clinic, Rush Presbyterian (Chicago) and Massachusetts General (Boston). Here he experienced the current surgical concepts of arthroscopic 'keyhole' and joint replacement surgery for conditions affecting the upper limb.
Mr Qureshi has developed his interest in arthroscopic 'keyhole' techniques for both the shoulder and elbow joint, as these techniques provide a better cosmetic appearance, faster rehabilitation with an earlier return to work, and are also performed as day case (same day) procedures. He performs reconstructive surgery for arthritic shoulder conditions with surface, total and reverse shoulder joint replacements.
He has published his research in a number of medical journals and presented his work at orthopaedic conferences held both nationally and internationally.
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