Mr Yousufuddin Shaik is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in Brighton specialising in ankle fractures, bunions and arthritis as well as keyhole surgery, flat feet and achilles disorders. He practices privately for Pinnacle Global Healthcare and The Montefiore Hospital in Hove. He also works for the NHS at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
“As a former Judo state champion that has seen his fair share of pain and injury and then the long battle to recover whilst living with the hurt and having to compete, I know what it feels like when patients come to me.”
"Young and old alike will receive my personal undivided attention and respect and once they are at ease my concern is to get a deep understanding of their symptoms to put together a comprehensive treatment plan. My attention to detail and experience having dealt with complex lower limb trauma cases over the years is what I am about and I apply that to each and every patient as if it was me wanting to get well and start to enjoy life.”
Mr Shaik is very well respected by his orthopaedic consultant colleagues and as an educator at Brighton & Sussex University Hospital. He is a consultant in the field of orthopaedic surgery, specialising in lower limb surgery, fractures and orthopaedic trauma care for the foot and ankle. He is a co-founder member and part of the leadership team at Pinnacle Global Healthcare.
Mr Shaik graduated from the renowned Deccan College of Medical Sciences in India. He then completed his residency at Brighton & Sussex University Hospital in 2004. After residency, Mr Shaik worked at several NHS hospitals in general trauma and orthopaedics before going on to specialise in foot and ankle surgery.
He has over 15 years of experience, particularly focused on foot and ankle problems. He specialises in:
Mr Shaik has his team of clinicians available to call upon and bring into the virtual consultation as needed and get a second opinion from a subspecialist, be it a pain specialist, regenerative medicine specialist or a physio to develop an individualised treatment plan.
- All types of ankle fractures
- Total ankle replacements using the latest keyhole surgery
- Surgical correction of bunions
- Correction of flatfoot deformities – and has written numerous papers on the topic
- Treating arthritis of the big toe – which can be treated surgically or non-surgically
- Achilles disorders
- Severe ankle arthritis