Mr Moataz El-Husseiny

Mr Moataz El-Husseiny

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBCh, MRCS, D Sports Med, FMSEM, MD (Res), FRCS (Tr & Orth)

"Spire Thames Valley is a great place to work with friendly staff and high standards for patient care."

I have been an orthopaedic surgeon for over 20 years specialising in lower limb arthroplasty. I take my patients' trust seriously and go above and beyond to help them. I create the best results for my patients by understanding their needs, providing care that's tailored to them, and educating them about their choices.

I specialise in general orthopaedic surgery with specific interest in hip and knee pain, sports injuries, arthroplasty, joint replacements, fractures, hip surgery, knee surgery, knee and hip arthroscopies.

To date I have performed over 500 hip replacements, 500 knee replacements and carried out over 5,000 arthroscopic procedures on knees and hips and over 500 ACL reconstructions over a 20 year period experience.

I achieved my Bachelor of Medicine & Surgery degree (MBChB) from Cairo University and completed my Basic Surgical Training in Norfolk, United Kingdom. I moved on to work as a Clinical Research Fellow with Professor Gordon Blunn at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital and University College London (UCL). I successfully completed an MD (Res) degree in Biomedical Engineering. After that I went on to secure higher surgical training in Trauma & Orthopaedics, in the prestigious Percivall Pott North East Thames London Deanery Rotation.

I am the clinical lead for arthroplasty at Heatherwood and Wexham Park Hospitals. Prior to this I was the clinical governance lead from June 2019- June 2021 in the same hospitals.

I am currently an ATLS instructor and have held positions as an examiner on various FRCS (Tr & Ortho) preparation courses.

I am the founder of the online National FRCS (Tr & Orth) Clinical and Viva Preparation Programme.

Please have a look at my 5 star reviews in iwantgreatcare and Top Doctors.


Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Moataz El-Husseiny at Spire include:


Other treatments

  • Fracture fixation and treatment
  • Sport injuries

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Additional information

Hip revision surgery
Hip surgery
Knee surgery
Orthopaedic medicine
Soft tissue injuries
Sports injury
Sports medicine

Research has always been a great passion for me. I am well published and have been involved in ongoing research. This has culminated in numerous peer reviewed publications and presentations both nationally and internationally:

  • Gluteus medius tears: an under-diagnosed pathology. January 2011
  • Patient satisfaction with postoperative follow-up by a hand therapist. March 2012
  • Trochanteric fixation using a third-generation cable device--minimum follow-up of 3 years. March 2012
  • The accuracy of primary care teams in diagnosing disorders of the shoulder. February 2011
  • Inter- and intra-observer variation in classification systems for impending fractures of bone metastases. February 2010
  • Should warfarin be routinely prescribed for the first three months after a bioprosthetic valve replacement? October 2006
  • The Role of Highly Selective Implant Retention in the Infected Hip Arthroplasty. October 2016
  • Erratum to: The Role of Highly Selective Implant Retention in the Infected Hip Arthroplasty. October 2016

Media Coverage

Hip arthritis: what is important to know?

Frimley Health NHS Foundation Trust, Heatherwood, King Edward VII & Wexham Park Hospitals

I enjoy spending my spare time with my wife and two children. We enjoy going to the movies, cycling and walking in the beautiful British shopping centres!

Telephone 01753 665 404
Private secretary Kerry Shaw