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Surrey Back & Joint Clinic

Abdel Hassan

Consultant Orthopaedic and Lower Limb Surgeon
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  • Surrey, South East England, UK
  • Birmingham, Edgbaston, UK
  • London, UK
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Abdel Hassan has been exclusively focused in the principles, practice and management of all aspects of Injuries and Disorders of the Knee for several years. This enables him to provide a comprehensive and contemporary Specialist Multidisciplinary Service for his patients. He trained at University College and the Middlesex Medical School in London University. Abdel received several prizes; a scholarship to fund an additional intercalated degree in Anatomy, a Merit in Surgery and prestigious honours distinction from the University of London.

During his postgraduate training on the Guys and & St. Thomas South East Thames rotation, he was awarded a Fellowship to further pursue research in his early interest of Knee Surgery at Imperial College London. He has a well established practice and receives tertiary level referrals and a complex case mix of patients. He has contributed to providing cartilage regeneration, multi-ligament, minimally invasive, computer assisted and patient matched knee surgical techniques. Abdel was awarded a distinguished industry 'Centre of Clinical Excellence' award and is involved in training both trainee and Consultant Surgeons.

To know more about Mr. Abdel Hassan please visit www.abdelhassanknee.com.

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