Mr Raheel Shariff underwent basic and higher surgical training at Merseyside, having successfully obtained his professional qualification to practice senior surgery in 2012. He is now a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon within the Central Manchester University Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He has particular interest and expertise in disorders affecting the foot and ankle. His practice encompasses the most recent evidence-based treatment options for both surgical and non-surgical procedures.
Mr Shariff has dual fellowship training in both foot and ankle surgery. His knowledge and skill in foot and ankle surgery are largely a result of two highly prestigious fellowships: Foot and Ankle Fellowship, completed at the Mercy Medical Centre in America and the Limb Reconstruction Fellowship at Royal Liverpool University Hospital. Both fellowships allowed him to work alongside renowned surgeons in the field, providing him with experience in the management of intricate foot and ankle deformities.
Beyond his clinical duties, Mr Shariff regularly publishes his research in peer-reviewed journals and presents his work at conferences both nationally and globally. Frequently, he is invited to contribute to texts published by the Foot and Ankle Clinics of North America, and he is a board member for the National Foot and Ankle courses for orthopaedics trainees.