Dr Steven Young-Min has been a Consultant Rheumatologist in Portsmouth since 2006. Born in London, from Mauritian Chinese parents, he qualified from Oxford University Medical School in 1994 and undertook his junior rotations in Oxford, Bath and Newcastle-upon-Tyne.
He trained in Rheumatology in the Northeast of England, where he was awarded an Arthritis Research UK Clinical Research Fellowship. His PhD research was focused on Early Rheumatoid Arthritis and biochemical markers of rheumatic disease.
Since arriving in Portsmouth, Dr Steven Young-Min has been clinical lead for the osteoporosis and ankylosing spondylitis services. His practise however is diverse and spans the entire range of rheumatology from localised back or soft-tissue rheumatism to multisystem disease. He performs a wide range of procedures including ultrasound guided and non-guided injections, as well as suprascapular nerve blocks and caudal epidurals.
In addition to scientific papers, he is author of the bone health guidelines for Portsmouth and Southeast Hampshire and is one of the founding authors of a popular on-line resource for GPs called gpnotebook.co.uk.
Dr Steven Young-Min is a frequent speaker at local patient conferences and is a tutor for the Wessex Rheumatology ultrasound group. On a more national stage, Dr Young-Min gives lectures for the British Medical Journal master classes in Musculoskeletal Medicine and Rheumatology and he runs injection courses for the Royal College of General Practitioners.