Mr Muhammad Saleem Shahid

Consultant Trauma And Orthopaedic Surgeon


Mr Shahid has been working as a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Barnet and Chase Farm Hospitals (now part of Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust). He is a fellowship-trained surgeon and has a special interest in foot and ankle surgery, lower limb surgery including total hip and total knee replacement and knee arthroscopy.

Mr Shahid has published several papers in peer-reviewed journals. He takes keen interest in teaching and training and is a faculty on various postgraduate orthopaedic courses.

Mr Shahid is married with children and lives in Essex. He is a keen community worker and has organised a number of social integration events in the local community.

Clinical interests

  • Foot and Ankle surgery
  • Total hip replacement
  • Total knee replacement
  • Knee arthroscopy

Research interests

  • Mr Shahid takes keen interest in clinical governance and conducts regular audit and research projects. He has produced a number of audit and research papers.


  • Orthopaedics

Procedures Offered

  • Bunion Surgery
  • Big toe arthritis surgery
  • Curly & Deformed toes
  • Morton’s Neuroma Surgery
  • Complex fore foot and hind foot surgery
  • Sports Ankle and Foot injuries
  • Ankle Key hole surgery (arthroscopy)
  • Ankle ligament surgery
  • Hind foot and mid foot surgery for arthritis
  • Achilles tendon problems
  • Flat foot surgery
  • Foot and ankle Trauma
  • Paediatric orthopaedics
  • Hip replacement surgery
  • Knee key hole surgery
  • Knee replacement

Shahid MS, Lee P, Evans S, Thomas R, ‘A comparative study of bone shortening and bone loss with use of saw blades versus burr in Hallux Valgus Surgery’, Foot and Ankle Surgery, 18(3):195-7, Sep 2012

Makki D, Haddad BZ, Mahmood Z, Shahid MS, Pathak S, Garnham I “Efficacy of corticosteroid injection versus size of plantar interdigital neuroma” Foot Ankle Int. 33(9):722-6, Sep 2012

Rohit Rambani, Muhammad Saleem Shahid and Surinder Goyal ‘The use of a hands-free crutch in patients with musculoskeletal injuries: randomized control trial’, International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 30(4):357-9. Dec 2007

Rambani R, Shahid MS, ‘Accessory soleus muscle as a cause of congenital talipes equino varus – a case report’, Acta Orthopaedica Belgica, 72(5):644-6, Oct 2006

Shahid MS et al, ‘A prospective study for evaluation of knee effusion after hip surgery’, Irish Medical Journal, 95 (5): 140-1, May 2002

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