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Mr. Aamir I Zubairy

MBBS, FRCSI, FRCS(Eng), FRCS (Tr & Orth)
+44 1200 445693

Orthopaedics

  • Bunion, Keyhole Surgery, Sports Injuries, Knee Replacement, Hip Replacement, Ankle Replacement, Ankle Instability, Rheumatoid Foot, Shockwave, Pain Relief, Heel Pain, Muscle, Tendon Disorders, Aesthetic Surgery, MIS Bunion, Ankle Block
Location(s):
  • Lancashire, England, UK
  • Cheshire, North West England, UK
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Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Specialising in Foot & Ankle Disorders
Trauma & General Orthopaedics
Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer
University of Central Lancashire

 

Mr Zubairy is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeom at the East Lancashire Hospitals NHS Trust
since 2002.

 

Curriculum Vitae and Continuous Professional development

 

 His Qualifications & Training:

 

  • MBBS Qualification in 1988
  • Basic Surgical Training in the Republic of Ireland
  • FRCSI 1994
  • Higher Surgical Training (Specialist Registrar) in the Mersey rotational training scheme. Liverpool. (6 years)
  • FRCS (Trauma & Orth) 2001
  • Fellowship training. Wirral University Hospitals NHS Trust
  • Traveling Fellowships to specialized centres in the USA and Belgium. 2003
  • BOFAS traveling fellow 2004
  • FRCS (Eng) 2015
  • Revalidation 2015
  • Yearly quality assured appraisal............

 

 

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