Nadeem Mushtaq is Head of Foot & Ankle Trauma at Imperial College Hospitals, London. He is a fellowship trained orthopaedic Consultant specialising in all disorders of the foot & ankle, and complex trauma, working at two prestigious central London NHS Hospitals – St. Mary’s Hospital & Charing Cross Hospital. He also works in a variety of private hospitals.
He qualified from St.George’s Hospital, London in 1996 and completed his senior training on the Guys and Kings rotation, during which time he also undertook research at Brighton University obtaining a Masters Degree in Orthopaedics. He completed his training in 2012 and took an additional one year foot and ankle post CCST fellowship. He was appointed to Imperial College Hospitals in 2013 as a Consultant in Trauma & Foot & Ankle Surgery. He has previously held consultant posts at Guys Hospital London & Basildon hospital in Essex.
Mr Mushtaq has presented at orthopaedic meetings nationally and internationally. He publishes research articles as well as writes and edits text books. He is passionate about teaching and is jointly running the Imperial Surgical Innovations MSc.
Mr Mushtaq works almost exclusively with foot and ankle trauma and elective patients. He also has a busy practice in treating fracture patients and sports injury patients and has gained wide experience of this with his work at St Mary’s – London’s busiest Major Trauma Centre.
Mr Mushtaq is a founding member of Orthopaedics and Trauma London (OTL) and is a member of the British Foot and Ankle Society, the British Orthopaedic Association and the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
His clinical interests are in bunion surgery, toe deformities, hammer toes, claw toe, fractures, tendon injuries, Achilles tendon, keyhole surgery, arthroscopy, flat foot, ligament surgery, arthritis, Morton’s neuroma, sports injuries, ankle surgery, foot surgery, elective foot and ankle disorders, lower limb trauma and arthritis of the foot and ankle.