Mr Muhammad Riaz
Plastic and Cosmetic Surgeon
MB BS, FRCSI, FRCS (Glasg),FRCS (Ed),FRCS (Plastic)
I graduated in 1983 from Nishtar Medical College in Pakistan. I came to the UK in 1989 and finished postgraduation in general surgery in 1991. Following that I trained in plastic surgery in the UK and Ireland and obtained FRCS(Plastic) in 1998. I have a number of publications in plastic and hand surgery journals. I visited Atlanta, USA to obtain experience in cosmetic surgery and have had several consultant posts before starting as a consultant at Castle Hill Hospital in Hull.
I specialise in facial rejuvenation surgery, rhinoplasty, breast augmentation, breast reduction, breast uplift, abdominoplasty, liposuction, thigh lift and all cosmetic procedures.
An audit is carried out every year by BAAPS and figures regarding the number of operations I have performed can be found on their website.
I am a senior tutor for HYMS (Hull and York Medical School). I am regularly involved in the teaching of medical students attending our Department. I am regularly involved in the post graduate teaching of junior doctors in the department and also regional registrar teaching.
Awarded for Charity work of OPSA (Overseas Plastic Surgery Appeal) Helping Children with Cleft lip and Palate in Pakistan At House of Lords, London by Muslim Foundation of United Kingdom June 2009 West Midland Plastic Surgery Meeting; “The Douglas Murray Prize” 9 September 2011 Won the £1500 Mercian Travelling Fellowship Award For Cleft Nose Correction Technique Developed and Used in Gujrat, Pakistan Awarded for Charity work of OPSA (Overseas Plastic Surgery Appeal) Helping Children with Cleft lip and Palate in Pakistan and Voluntary work as Plastic Surgeon for Nishtar Hospital, Multan, Pakistan By Baroness Saeeda Warsi from Nishtarian Society UK 28 January 2012 Manchester, UK Acknowledgement Award by PAPS (Pakistan Association of Plastic Surgeons) For the Cleft Nose Correction Technique Developed and Used in Gujrat, Pakistan Honorary Visiting Professor of Plastic Surgery (Foreign Faculty) Nishtar Hospital and Medical College, Multan Pakistan 1st January 2013.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Muhammad Riaz at Spire include:
COVID-19 testing or antibody tests are not available as a standalone service at Spire Hull and East Riding Hospital.
I am actively involved in research and further clinical publications. I am a member of a medical team providing a charity medical service in the Third World countries and is also a keen golfer.