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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Raad Makadsi at Spire include:
Dr Raad Makadsi is a Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist and qualified in medicine from Mosul University Medical School in 1987 with a MB ChB degree. He did his general medical training at Royal Liverpool University Hospital, where he obtained the Membership of the Royal College of Physicians of the United Kingdom in February 1998. He then joined the North Western Deanery in Manchester as a specialist registrar in medicine and rheumatology.
During his training he was a honorary teacher at the Medical School of Manchester University. He obtained MSc in clinical rheumatology from Manchester University in 2003. His research was on multi-drug resistance in rheumatoid arthritis and he also has several publications on osteoporosis.
On 1st September 2003 Dr Makadsi joined the medical team at East Surrey Hospital as a Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist. He has weekly rheumatology clinics at East Surrey, Crawley and Queen Victoria hospitals.
He has interest in all rheumatological diseases with special interest in rheumatoid/inflammatory arthritis, osteoarthritis, osteoporosis and soft tissue rheumatism.
Special Clinical Interests: Inflammatory rheumatic disorders; Osteoporosis; Osteoarthritis; Soft tissue rheumatism.
Member of Royal College of Surgeons
Member of British Society for Rheumatology
Consultant Physician and Rheumatologist at Surrey & Sussex NHS Trust.Back to top
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