Mr Ansar Mahmood is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in Birmingham specialising in regenerative medicine, sports injuries, pain management as well as bone spurs, arthritis and dislocations. He practices privately at Pinnacle Global Healthcare where he is a founder, director and medical director, offering face-to-face and online consultations, The Regenerative Clinic and The Westbourne Centre Birmingham. He also practices for the NHS as the lead major orthopaedic trauma surgeon at The Queen Elizabeth Hospital, Birmingham and for University Hospitals Birmingham, NHS Foundation Trust.
Mr Mahmood prides himself in using the latest and most innovative regenerative techniques, such as stem cell therapy, for his patients. He tailors each of their individual treatment plans with the common goal of returning patients to an active lifestyle that matches their expectations. He also specialises in limb lengthening and post-trauma reconstruction.
Mr Mahmood's impressive education and training, combined with his esteemed career, illustrate an expertise that has has been carefully curated. He graduated from the University of Sheffield with an MB and ChB in 2000 and following this he completed his residency at the renowned Oxford Trauma Unit.
He actively passes on his gained knowledge and experience in orthobiologics, trauma and regenerative medicine as a recognised educator and course leader. He is the orthopaedic trauma research lead at the Institute of Translational Medicine (ITM) at the University of Birmingham, the course director and founder of the Major Incident Surgical & Trauma Teams (MISTT) course and works for the Academy of Regenerative Medicine as an orthobiologics educator. Furthermore, Mr Mahmood is the course director at the Academy of Regenerative Medicine and an instructor in Advanced Trauma Life Support (ATLS).
Establishing Mr Mahmood's well-respected name further, particularly in the trauma field, he is the President of the British Trauma Society (BTS) and an advisor for the National Wound Care Strategy programme commissioned by NHS England. He is also a member of the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) and the Orthopaedic Trauma Society (OTS), and has a fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons in trauma and orthopaedics.