Mr Amer Khan is a renowned consultant orthopaedic surgeon whose areas of expertise include soft tissue sports injuries, knee and shoulder conditions, arthroscopy, ACL reconstruction, meniscus repair and both cartilage preservation and replacement. He is a highly trained surgeon and sports arthroscopist who works alongside a multidisciplinary team of experts.
He was educated at King's College London where he studied physiology and exercise medicine. He completed further subspecialist fellowship training in complex shoulder surgery at the Royal Devon and Exeter Hospital and complex knee surgery at Guy's and St Thomas’ Hospital. Mr Khan was awarded the highly respected British Orthopaedic Association European Travelling Fellowship which gained him further subspecialist training working with leaders in arthroscopic surgery. This took place in several cities in Belgium and France before starting additional fellowships in the USA and other European Centres of Excellence.
Mr Khan was appointed to work on the knee team for the London 2012 Olympic and Paralympic Games. There, he treated various athletes and performed their surgery at the Homerton University Hospital. He still treats professional athletes from all disciplines and also sports and fitness enthusiasts.
While practising as a consultant, he also dedicates his time to research and medical education, teaching courses on shoulder and knee surgery and has recently been involved in teaching and examining orthopaedic and sports and exercise medicine trainees to practice at a consultant level.