Mr Numan Shah is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust, Major Trauma Centre for Greater Manchester.
Mr Shah qualified in 2004 from the University of Manchester. He then completed his orthopaedic training in Yorkshire and subsequently gained his CCT in 2016. Following this, he then undertook prestigious fellowships at Wrightington Hospital, and working as the Sir John Charnley fellow.
Mr Shah has published and presented both nationally and internationally at Orthopaedic meetings.
Mr Shah sub-specialises in Lower limb arthroplasty, Revision and Infections at Salford Royal NHS Foundation Trust
He is involved with teaching and educating, acting as mentor to medical students and junior doctors which requires him to stay abreast of all new developments in order to benefit his patients.
Arthroplasty: Total hip replacement (cemented/ hybrid/ uncemented), Total knee replacement, Unicompartmental knee replacement, Patellofemoral replacement, Custom and patient specific implants, Robotic surgery, Revision hip and knee procedures, Periprosthetic infection and fracture procedures.
Arthroscopy: Knee arthroscopy procedures including meniscal repair
Biological treatments: Femoral head Avascular necrosis procedures, Bone grafting procedures (for bone loss or augmentation)
Sports injuries: Upper and Lower limb injection therapies, Injection therapies using biologics
Primary Medical Qualification
MB ChB 2004 University of Manchester
Specialist Register entry date
Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery Sept 2016
Certificate of Completion of Training in Trauma & Orthopaedics: Sept 2016
FRCS (T&O): 2015 Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh
Postgraduate Awards (University of Warwick): 2010
MRCS(Ed): 2008 Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland
The British Orthopaedic Association