Mr Ahmad Ali is a highly-skilled and trained orthopaedic surgeon in the Essex area, specialising in knee procedures. His sub specialties include total knee replacement, repeat knee replacement, osteotomy, complex knee injuries (such as multiple ligament reconstruction), and sports injuries. He offers private surgery with Spire Hartswood Hospital, Spire London East Hospital, and Nuffield Health Brentwood Hospital.
By using computer-navigated surgery, Mr Ali has not only stayed up to date with new technologies in medicine, but he has also embraced them to improve the outcome for his patients. This new technology helps enhance the accuracy of the replacement operation, the function of the new artificial joint, and increases its longevity.
Mr Ali studied at Oxford University and Sheffield University before furthering his training on the higher surgical-training programme at Health Education England's Northwest School of Surgery. During his studies, he trained in three different regions that exposed him to a broad range of complex orthopaedic conditions, experience, and insight. To expand his training, Mr Ali went to Canada during his training years to work in two major specialised units.
After working for a year as a fellow, Mr Ali started his specialist career with Barking, Havering, and Redbridge NHS Trust in 2003, working within their hospitals. Nearly 20 years later, he remains a highly-regarded consultant there, mainly with Queen's Hospital in Romford, Essex, and King George Hospitals in Goodmayes, Essex.
To add to his dedication in his specialty, Mr Ali helped found Essex Knee Group, a collective of specialist knee surgeons who meet regularly. The group of esteemed doctors share their patient outcomes and experience to advance their skills and benefit both the doctors and their patients.