Mr Muhammad Saleem Shahid

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

QualificationsMBBS, M Ch Orth, FRCS T&O

Main NHS base:

  • Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust

GMC number:


Clinical interests:

Mr Shahid specialises in lower limb surgery which includes foot & ankle surgery, knee arthroscopy and hip & knee replacements.

He offers the following procedures;

Knee arthroscopy, total knee replacement, total hip replacement, Bunion Surgery, Big toe arthritis surgery, Big toe joint replacement, Curly toes, hammer toes, deformed toes, Morton’s Neuroma, Rheumatoid arthritis foot and ankle disorders, Foot and ankle sports injuries, Ankle arthritis, midfoot arthritis, Ankle Key hole surgery (arthroscopy), Ankle ligament reconstruction surgery, Achilles tendon pain and rupture, heel pain, Flat foot surgery, Ingrowing toe nail, Foot and ankle Trauma.

Fees, Training & Background:

Consultants set their own fees for a consultation. To find out how much Mr Muhammad Saleem Shahid charges for a consultation, please visit their profile on the PHIN website  here

Mr. Shahid is a consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic surgeon who specialises in lower limb surgery. He is a fellowship trained foot and ankle surgeon. He has been a consultant in NHS for many years providing a high level of care to his patients both for trauma and elective surgery. He is a chair of a committee in his NHS trust where he works with his colleagues to improve the outcome of orthopaedic surgery by reducing surgical site infections. He is a keen teacher and trainer for the next generation of orthopaedic surgeon. He is an MBBS examiner. He keeps himself updated with new research and developments in the field of his interest.

Mr Shahid graduated from a renowned medical school in Pakistan followed by a basic surgical training in a large teaching hospital. He worked, subsequently, in Republic of Ireland before moving to the UK. He has been awarded a Masters degree in Orthopaedics by the University of Dundee and a fellowship in the field of trauma and orthopaedics by Royal College of Surgeons of England.

Mr. Shahid is actively involved in local community and charity work. He chairs a committee which manages this work and also runs a community centre. He enjoys much of his spare time with his family.


Patel S, Garg P, Fazal MA, Shahid MS, Park DH, Ray PS “A Comparison of Two Designs of Postoperative Shoe on Function, Satisfaction, and Back Pain After Hallux Valgus Surgery” Foot Ankle Spec;

Sharma A, Subramanian P, Shah S, Remani M, Shahid M “Massive haemorrhagic blister formation following total knee arthroplasty” JRSM Open. 2018 May 4;9(5):2054270418758569. doi: 10.1177/2054270418758569. eCollection 2018 May.

Makki D, Haddad BZ, Mahmood Z, Shahid MS, Pathak S, Garnham I, “Efficacy of corticosteroid injection versus size of plantar interdigital neuroma” Foot Ankle Int. 33(9):722-6, Sep 2012

Shahid MS, Lee P, Evans S, Thomas R, ‘A comparative study of bone shortening and bone loss with use of saw blades versus burr in Hallux Valgus Surgery’, Foot and Ankle Surgery, 18(3):195-7, Sep 2012

Rohit Rambani, Muhammad Saleem Shahid and Surinder Goyal, ‘The use of a hands-free crutch in patients with musculoskeletal injuries: randomized control trial’, International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 30(4):357-9. Dec 2007

Rambani R, Shahid MS,‘Accessory soleus muscle as a cause of congenital talipes equino varus – a case report’, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, 72(5):644-6, Oct 2006

Shahid MS et al, ‘A prospective study for evaluation of knee effusion after hip surgery’, Irish Medical Journal, 95 (5): 140-1, May 2002

Member of:

  • General Medical Council
  • Royal College of Surgeons, England
  • British Orthopaedic Association
  • British Foot and Ankle Society
  • European Food and Ankle Society
  • British Medical Association
  • Medical Defence Union

Clinic Times

Please note these are regular clinics, other times may be available by appointment

Mon Tue Wed Thu Fri Sat

Schedule Key

M: Monthly sessions       A: Consulting alternative weeks       A/H: Ad Hoc

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