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Ali Ghoz Publications

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Hip and Knee Surgeon and a Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery


This is the blog of Ali Ghoz publications. Professor Ali Ghoz, FRCS (Tr. & Orth.), MRCS (Eng), MSc (Oxon.), MRCS (Ed), MB BCh Fellowship (AOA) is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Hip and Knee Surgeon and a Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery currently working at both the BUPA Cromwell Hospital and The London Clinic. He also consults at Chelsea Bridge Clinic.


Posts on this blog will cover a variety of subjects in which Ghoz is a specialist, including hip and knee replacement surgery, knee ligament reconstruction, knee key hole surgery, Achilles tendinopathy, and anterior cruciate ligament injuries. The blog will also have further news and information regarding trauma surgery, bone health and medicolegal services, as well as exploring examples of injury and relevant medical case studies.


Knee Replacement Surgery


Knee Ligament Reconstruction


Knee Key Hole Surgery


Achilles Tendinopathy


Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery

In his role at the BUPA Cromwell Hospital / The London Clinic, Ghoz has a subspecialist interest in revision hip and knee surgery, while his specialisms as a Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery include lower limb surgery, adult hip/knee arthroplasty, knee soft tissue reconstruction, knee arthroscopy, and trauma and sports medicine. As such, this blog will discuss some of these specialisms, focusing on the areas in which Ghoz is most interested.


Lower Limb Surgery


Knee Anthroplasty


Knee Soft Tissue Reconstruction


Knee Anthroscopy



This blog will offer information about topics such as improved mobility and bone health, as well as taking a more detailed look at specific injuries and their related surgeries. This blog will also cover personal stories, such as that of the hip patient that celebrated a successful recovery by holidaying in the Alps, and the patient who could barely walk before treatment who later took up skydiving.

Blog posts will also look at the latest news from the world of trauma and orthopaedic surgery, so that readers can be sure to have the most up-to-date information on each topic.


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