Mr Yousufuddin Shaik is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon based in Birmingham and Brighton specialising in ankle instability, bunions and arthritis as well as minimal-access surgery (keyhole surgery), flat feet and achilles disorders. He practices privately for Pinnacle Global Healthcare, where he is a co-founding member and on the leadership team offering face-to-face and online consultations at The Montefiore Spire Hospital in Hove. He also works for the NHS at Brighton and Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust.
Mr Shaik's extensive experience in complex lower limb cases in the knee, foot and ankle means that he is highly sought out for second opinions and failed surgeries. This experience has also provided him with an expertise that reflects in his personalised, empathetic approach to care. He works to achieve a deep understanding of his patient's symptoms, allowing him to enact a detailed, comprehensive action plan that aims to give patients the chance to enjoy life again.
Mr Shaik graduated from Deccan College of Medical Science, India in 2000. He then moved to the UK where he completed basic surgical training in Scotland, underwent further surgical training in Oswestry and University Hospital Birmingham. Mr Shaik also has a masters in orthopaedics (ChM) from the University of Edinburgh. He has done fellowships recognised by The British Orthopaedic Association and undertook various quality implementation projects in ankle injury pathways being awarded a masters. His esteemed education and training have only served him to develop an equally respected reputation in orthopaedics.
Mr Shaik is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) and his specialist training led him to be awarded Level 7 certification in Leadership and Strategic Management. He is also a member of the British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), British Orthopaedic Foot & Ankle Society (BOFAS) and Medical and Dental Defence Union of Scotland (MDDUS). His orthopaedic research has been published in respected peer-reviewed journals and he regularly attends global medical conferences.
Mr Shaik also gives back to the local and global community. He has treated Syrian refugees in Lebanon and Turkey and participated in cyclone and earthquake relief operations in Orissa, South East India. Most recently, he raised money as part of a successful charitable effort to refurbish and send 400 oxygen concentrators to Hyderabad, India, assisting in the COVID pandemic.