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Amer Shoaib - BSc.(Hons) LMSSA FRCS (Orth)


Amer Shoaib is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in surgery of the Foot and Ankle. He has been a consultant in Stockport since January, 2008.

He offers a full range of surgical and non-surgical treatments for foot and ankle problems, from ingrowing toe-nails to bunion surgery to ankle replacements.

He qualified from St. George's Hospital Medical School in London. He has trained in Orthopaedic Surgery in London, the North West, Wales and Oswestry. Amer has had advanced surgical training in foot and ankle surgery from several of the United Kingdom's most prominent surgeons in this area. He is a member of the British Foot and Ankle Society, and the European Foot and Ankle Society.

Amer also performs limb reconstruction surgery using circular frames for the treatment of complex limb injuries and deformities. He is a member of the British Limb Reconstruction Society. Amer served with the Royal Army Medical Corps in Bosnia and has an interest in the treatment of war limb injuries. He has recently been featured in a Sunday Times Magazine article about doctors involved in humanitarian work. He runs a charity called Orthocycle

Amer runs several courses which help in the education of surgeons in training. These are designed to develop skills in external fixation for the emergency treatment of fractures and the surgical treatment of foot and ankle disorders. His research interests include the optimal treatment of heel bone fractures and the mechanics of forefoot problems. He has written over a dozen patient information leaflets for various foot and ankle conditions, so that patients can get the best result from their treatment.

Amer offers minimally invasive surgery - this involves making small incisions in the skin only 3mm long. Through these small incisions operations such as bunion surgery, hammer toe surgery and surgery for arthritic joints can be performed. Further information on this technique can be found at

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