Mr Adil Ajuied
Orthopaedic Surgeon in London, United Kingdom
Mr Ajuied has worked as a Consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas’ specialising exclusively in Knee surgery, since February 2009.
Mr Ajuied was born in Maidstone Kent, and went on to grow up and School in London.
After attaining an Honours degree, Mr Ajuied qualified as a Doctor in 1998 from Guy’s and St Thomas’ medical school. Mr Ajuied has trained in a number of level one trauma centres, and has worked throughout London and the South East.
While in training Mr Ajuied completed a postgraduate Masters Degree and has been appointed a Senior Honorary Clinical Lecturer in Trauma and Orthopaedics, as well as Director of Education for South London Orthopaedics, in recognition of his contributions to higher surgical training.
Mr Ajuied has travelled and worked in many countries from Belgium to South Africa. These travels have included, both specialist fellowship training and charitable work. In 2008 Mr Ajuied worked in South Africa (University Hospital of Witwaterstrand, Johannesburg), where he held an appointment as an Honorary Consultant. While in South Africa Mr Ajuied established a new dedicated Knee injury Service which continues to serve the local community, and with which he still has strong links, and continues to grow from strength to strength.
During his time in training, Mr Ajuied has studied with and trained with experts in the world of Knee Surgery, including Dr Ponky Firer (Johannesburg), Dr David Dalury (Baltimore), Dr Charles Brown (Boston), and Dr Spike Erasmus (Cape Town).
While in clinical practice Mr Ajuied has developed a number of care innovations, including new surgical techniques, a unique rapid rehabilitation programme for patients undergoing knee surgery and is currently conducting research in the field of stem cell technology and the use of innovative graft options for knee reconstruction.
Mr Ajuied now lectures and instructs nationally and internationally on topics relating to knee surgery.
Areas of clinical expertise:
Ligament repair and reconstruction
Knee joint replacement
Lower limb injury and reconstruction