Dr Nadeem Qazi is a London based Interventional & Musculoskeletal Radiologist.
He works alongside some of the best physicians in London to provide a comprehensive imaging service including CT, MRI, ultrasound & plain film radiography.
He is the Clinical Lead in Interventional Radiology and MSK imaging at Imperial College Healthcare, one of the UK’s largest teaching hospital trusts.
His Harley Street practice has been running successfully for more than 10 years and is predominantly geared towards musculoskeletal imaging & intervention.
Dr Qazi also offers the full spectrum of bone & joint imaging and guided injection therapies including steroid injections and platelet-rich plasma therapy.
Dr Qazi's diverse range of patients includes celebrities, elite athletes, professional actors and top dancers from the West End stage and the BBC’s ‘Strictly Come Dancing’.
He is currently team radiologist to Barnet Football Club/The London Bees and reports for the imaging facility at The Hive, London.
Dr Qazi’s medical career is remarkably diverse. Originally qualifying in medicine in 1994 from Imperial College London, he read for an MD in HIV Medicine & Immunology at Chelsea & Westminster Hospital before his began specialist radiological training in 2003.
In 2008, following his election as a fellow to the Royal College of Radiologists, he underwent sub-speciality training in musculoskeletal radiology at Chelsea & Westminster, and interventional radiology, at King’s College, London.
In November 2009, Dr Qazi was appointed consultant interventional & musculoskeletal radiologist at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.
Subsequently, in 2013 he completed academic fellowships in musculoskeletal radiology at the world renowned Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, followed by an international fellowship at the University of California in San Diego & Los Angeles working under the auspices of Chief of Osteology Professor Donald Resnick.
He is committed to expanding the repertoire offered with brand new pioneering interventions and treatments by staying actively involved in research projects as the lead radiologist at Imperial College, London. He also takes part in audit assessing the effectiveness of newly-introduced services.
Dr Qazi has published over 50 peer-reviewed articles, lectures internationally and is currently reading for a Masters in Sports & Exercise Medicine at The University of Wales set for completion in March 2020.
• The Royal College of Radiologists, London (2008)
• The Royal College of Physicians, UK (2001)
• The Royal College of Physicians & Surgeons of Glasgow (1998)
• European Board Certification in Interventional Radiology (2015)
• British Society of Interventional Radlology
• Cardiovascular and Interventional Radiology Society of Europe
• European Society of Emergency Radiology