Mr Yaser Jabbar is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Limb Deformity and Reconstruction in both children and adults. Mr Jabbar works as part of a team of surgeons and allied health professionals who, as a multi-disciplinary group, can take care of a full range of orthopaedic issues and provide the best possible advice. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a member of the British Limb Reconstruction Society.
After graduating from St George's Hospital Medical School, he undertook training in Surrey, Oxford, Manchester and North West London, whilst completing a Masters Degree in Orthopaedic Engineering from Cardiff University. Mr Jabbar gained international experience at The Children's Hospital at Westmead, Sydney and the Royal Children's Hospital in Melbourne as well as fellowship experience in South Africa. Today he holds an internationally recognised post within the NHS and is on the GMC Specialist Register.
As part of his interest in limb reconstruction Mr Jabbar has had extensive training in all aspects of trauma & orthopaedics and has worked in close conjunction with plastic surgery units. He is an expert in the field of limb reconstruction in patients of all ages. He was the first to use the latest intramedullary lengthening device in his previous hospital, transforming the patient care experience. His goal is to provide the best outcome in the simplest way.
He is actively involved in medical education and research. He actively teaches on the Imperial College Healthcare Orthopaedic core curriculum programme and is actively engaged in 3 dimensional deformity correction research.
Slipped Epiphysis realignment
MBBS University Of London 2004
MSc Cardiff University 2011
FRCS Tr & Orth Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh 2012