Professor Ali Ghoz - Hip & Knee Specialist
MB BCh, FRCS(Tr. & Orth.), MSc(Oxon), MRCS(Eng), MRCS(Ed), Fellowship(AOA)
Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon
Honorary Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery
Are you a patient who is experiencing hip or knee pain?
Maybe you're unsure as to whether or not surgery is right for you, or even which kind of surgery you should have?
Perhaps you've been told that you need a hip or knee replacement, but don't know who is the right surgeon for you?
Whatever your issue is, Professor Ghoz understands that all patients have different needs and believes strongly in personalised care for all.
Professor Ghoz works closely with physios and other clinicians to ensure end-to-end care if you are going through surgery, and is able to see people at short notice.
He is an Honorary Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery, specialising in minimally invasive hip and knee surgery. He has a specialist interest in complex hip and knee surgery with an emphasis on computer-guided surgery.
Professor Ghoz Consults and Practices at:
The London Clinic, 5 Devonshire Place, London W1G 6HL
BUPA Cromwell Hospital, 164 – 178 Cromwell Road, Kensington, London SW5 0TU
Chelsea Bridge Clinic, 368 Queenstown Road, London SW11 8NN
Education and Training
Professor Ghoz completed his basic surgical training at the Yorkshire School of Surgery, progressing to a National Training Number for Specialist Registrar training at the Yorkshire Deanery. He obtained the Specialist Fellowship FRCS in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery in 2011 from the Royal College of Surgeons of England.
In 2013, he completed a Fellowship in Adult Hip and Knee Reconstructive surgery at the Royal Berkshire Hospital. In 2014, he completed the Australian Orthopaedic Association accredited Adult Hip/Knee Arthroplasty, Knee Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Mater/Prince of Wales Hospitals, Sydney.
He holds a Master of Science degree from Oxford University specialising in Musculoskeletal Sciences
Professor Ghoz is a Visiting Professor in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospital of Moldova.
He has published numerous peer-reviewed research papers in the field of hip and knee surgery. He is regularly invited to speak about his specialist interests internationally and has presented his work at numerous national and international meetings. He has global surgical experience including work in Australia, Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East. In addition to his commitments in the UK, he continues to provide regular expert surgical work in the Middle East, Europe and Asia.
He is also an Honorary Professor and Head of International Affairs for Deraya University in Egypt.
Professor Ghoz regularly volunteers at the Chişinău Emergency University Hospital, Moldova.
More recently his charity work includes operating on military personnel.
Professor Ghoz is an examiner at the Miller Oxford Review course and also an instructor on Smith and Nephew hip and knee instructional courses, levels 1, 2 and 3.
Knee arthroscopic 'keyhole' surgery | Primary hip replacement | Muscle sparing minimally invasive anterior hip replacement | Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction | Knee Ligament and Cartilage Reconstruction | Custom made Partial knee replacement | Custom made Total knee replacement | Computer-aided surgery | Patellofemoral “knee cap” replacement | Soft tissue knee reconstruction surgery | Trauma Surgery | “Re-do” revision hip and knee surgery | Carpal tunnel surgery | Trigger finger surgery | Ankle | Lower Limbs
British Orthopaedic Association | Wolfson College, Oxford University | National Expert Witness Agency | UK Register of Expert Witness | Royal College of Surgeons of England | Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh | American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons | Royal Australian College of Surgeons | Fellowship of the Australian Orthopaedic Association
Professor Ghoz enjoys spending time with his family and regularly plays football with his son and also takes part in various sporting activities with his daughter.
Languages: English, French, and Arabic