Mr Nasir Shah is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon based at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust. He works exclusively with the disorders of the hand and upper limb.
He gained valuable experience in hand surgery while working at the Plastic Surgery unit of Wythenshawe Hospital. Later, he received his orthopaedic training through the Mersey Higher Specialist Training programme. In particular, he has worked in the Liverpool Upper Limb Unit where he has had exposure to complex problems of the hand, elbow and shoulder. He was also awarded the Liverpool Shoulder Fellowship. Additionally, Mr. Shah undertook an Upper Limb Fellowship at the world-renowned and prestigious Wrightington Hospital.
Mr. Shah specialises in all aspects of hand, wrist, elbow, shoulder and peripheral nerve problems. His practice also includes the management of common disorders of the upper limb like nerve entrapments (carpal tunnel syndrome etc), trigger fingers, ganglions, dupuytrens disease and arthritis of the hand and wrist. He also undertakes arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder & wrist, rheumatoid hand surgery and joint replacement surgery of the upper limb. He is competent in complex upper limb trauma including minimally invasive scaphoid fracture fixation.
In addition to his medical and surgical degrees, he also has an MSc in Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery which he earned during his research fellowship in England. More importantly, he has presented his research nationally and internationally and is the author of many scientific papers which have been published world wide.