amir_qureshi.jpg Mr Amir Qureshi is a Consultant Knee Surgeon and Limb Reconstruction Specialist at the University Hospital Southampton, as well as the Wessex Nuffield and Southampton Spire Hospitals. He is internationally fellowship trained in the conditions he treats.

We aim not only to relieve the pain of your musculoskeletal problem, but also to get you back to doing the things you enjoy most, giving back the quality of life taken away.

After listening to how your symptoms are affecting you, expert examination and modern diagnostic techniques are used to provide a personalised solution addressing your individual problem. If surgery is needed, then we have the latest technologies to deliver this, such as 3D printed bespoke jigs. In combination with the anaesthetists and post op care team, enhanced recovery techniques are used as we strive to help you recover from your operation as quickly as possible.

Link to Knee Surgery videosLink to other joint videosMissing content - Please upgrade or change your browser to access videos, news and more...This website contains some general information regarding the more common lower limb problems. There are also more specialised sections for physiotherapists, medical practitioners, and medical students.

Best wishes,
Mr Amir Qureshi. MBBCh FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Consultant Knee and Limb Reconstruction Surgeon

  • "Thank you for your wonderful care and attention over the past 3 months. I am so pleased with the outcome and am already far more mobile than I have been for a long time, and without pain."

    "I would not hesitate to recommend Mr Amir Qureshi to others and would certainly request him in the future should I ever need further orthopeadic surgery."

    "Amir put my mind at rest and made me relax before my operation. He is a thorough and highly skilled surgeon who I would trust implicitly."

    "Thank you for my new knee. It has been like a good friend, accompanying me everywhere and not saying too much. Not a twinge, and currently walking miles several times a week."