About Dr. Ali

Mr. Ahmad Ali is an orthopaedic consultant and surgeon specialising in complex knee, shoulder, and hip conditions.  Management of complex knee problems include multiple ligament reconstruction, knee replacement and revision revision surgery. He is a skilled surgeon who uses computer navigation to increase the accuracy of knee replacement surgery to help improve the longevity and functioning of the artificial joint. Combined with skill and experience, Mr Ali believes that computer navigated systems are an invaluable tool to enhance the outcome of a total knee replacement. Mr. Ali has been practicing trauma and orthopaedic surgery since 1993 and is credentialed by prestigious organisations. 

He joined Barking, Havering & Redbridge NHS Trust in 2003.  He was trained in Oxford and Sheffield and on the Northwest high surgical training program. As his training was gained and built up in three Wide regions, this gave him a broad experience and insight into managing complex orthopaedic conditions. Mr Ali spent one year as a knee fellow where he had the opportunity to develop his specialized skills in the management of complex knee problems including multiple ligament reconstruction and primary as well as revisions knee replacement.

This focused training, was enhanced by the surgical experience he gained overseas, in addition to the fellowship he served in two major specialized units in Canada [London Ontario & Toronto]. This experience was consolidated during the time he spend as a knee specialist at Oldchurch, Harold wood, King George and Queens hospital, where he has been involved extensively in research and teaching and at the same time leading the departmental academic activities, and has initiated several clinical audit & research projects.

Mr. Ahmad Ali, MD

Mr. Ahmad M. Ali

MD, M.Sc, M.Ch. Orth., FRCS (TR & Orth), EBOT, PhD
Consultant Orthpaedic Surgeon
Knee Specialist

Dr. Gangani Yakandawala

Consultant Anaesthetist

 

Ms. Sumption

Personal Assistant

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