Mr Shoaib Arshad is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Pennine Acute Hospitals
Mr Arshad qualified in 2004 from the University of Manchester. He then completed his orthopaedic training in the North-West of England and subsequently gained his CCT in 2016. Following this, he then undertook prestigious fellowships at both Wrightington Hospital and then the Pulvertaft Hand Centre.
Mr Arshd has published and presented both nationally and internationally such as the recent European Orthopaedic Meeting in Geneva.
Mr Arshad currently sub-specialises in Hand & Upper Limb Surgery at the Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust.
Hand & Wrist Surgery: Joint injections, excision of lumps and bumps (soft tissue
biopsies, ganglions etc), nerve releases – carpal & cubital tunnel, Guyons
canal, trigger finger/ thumb, tendon releases such as De Quervain’s, ligament
repairs such as UCL of thumb, any fractures of hand (such as scaphoid etc),
wrist and forearm, small joint fusions and replacements of the hand,
trapeziectomies, synovectomy, tendon repairs, nail bed injuries/
excision of nail plates etc, wrist fusion, wrist arthroscopy, open TFCC repair,
wrist corrective osteotomies, proximal row carpectomy, carpus fusions and management of Dupuytren's
Shoulder & Elbow: Tennis & Golfers elbow (injections & surgical release),
olecranon/ distal humerus fractures, shoulder arthroscopy plus
decompression/ ACJ excision/ cuff repair/ biceps tenotomy and management of frozen shoulder such as capsular release.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB ChB 2004 University of Manchester
Specialist Register entry date
Trauma and orthopaedic surgery From 03 Aug 2016
Certificate of Completion of Training in Trauma & Orthopaedics: August 2016
FRCS (T&O): 2015 Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh
PGCERT (Workplace-based PG Med Ed): 2013 Edge Hill University
MRCS(Ed): 2008 Royal College Of Surgeons Of Edinburgh
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
Medical Protection Society
The British Society for Surgery of the Hand
The British Elbow and Shoulder Society
European Wrist Arthroscopy Society