Mr Khokhar qualified in 1980 as a State Registered Podiatrist at The London Foot Hospital which is now amalgamated with the University College Hospital, London.
He has worked both in Primary and Secondary Care over the years in London, Trafford and Liverpool gaining valuable experience in managing podiatry patients across both care services and has over the years trained in diabetes, rheumatology, dermatology orthopeadics, wound care and specialised in treating foot and ankle patients with complex pathologies.
He has helped to establish a shared care service with primary and secondary providers by setting up a care pathway for diabetics with foot ulcers in Liverpool.
He is a clinical lead working in an extended role as Advanced Practitioner in Musculo-skeletal foot and ankle clinics in The Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen Hospitals Trust. This involves a high level of clinical autonomy.
He has set up a direct GP referral service to Orthotics Service across Liverpool for the Trust and is in progress with setting up an orthotic workshop to manufacture insoles on site for the Trust.
He also provides a nail surgery service for high risk patients in Orthopaedics.
Mr Khokhar continues to advance his skills as part of professional development and is trained in steroid injection therapy. As part of the Trust wound care management group he also regularly audits and evaluates wound dressing products for the Trust wound formulary.
Presently he is training towards his Masters at Liverpool University and He is also training in management.
Mr Khokhar is a recognized figure in Liverpool in the field of podiatry. He has given numerous talks over the years to medics, AHPs, nurses, GPs and patient groups. He has as part of primary and secondary podiatry services group written patients information leaflets on the Diabetic foot. He has also written patient information leaflets on Footwear
for the orthotic department.