Professor Ali Ghoz

FRCS (Tr&Orth)

Professor Ali Ghoz is a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon specialising in hip and knee surgery. Professor Ghoz has global experience including work in Australia, Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

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Professor Ali Ghoz

Professor Ali Ghoz is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in hip and knee surgery. In 2013, Professor Ali Ghoz completed a Fellowship in Adult Hip and Knee Reconstructive surgery at the Royal Berkshire Hospital and in 2014 completed the Australian Orthopaedic Association accredited Adult Hip/Knee Arthroplasty, Knee Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine Fellowship at the Prince of Wales Hospital, Sydney. Professor Ali Ghoz is a visiting Professor of Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery in Moldova and has global experience including work in Australia, Eastern Europe, Asia and the Middle East.

Professor Ali Ghozhas a personal website at professoralighoz.co.uk 

Specialist areas:
• Primary hip replacement
• Muscle sparing anterior hip replacement
• Hip resurfacing arthroplasty
• Partial knee replacement
• Total knee replacement
• Computer aided surgery
• Knee arthroscopic surgery
• Soft tissue knee reconstruction surgery
• Revision hip & knee surgery

 

Press and Articles

International Surgeon on the Cutting Edge – Henley Standard

“Without Him I Wouldn’t Have Bowled Again” – Henley Standard

This is Ace – There’s a Good Reason Why You Should Always Take a Tennis Ball on Flights – The Sun

Retired Cleaner from Huntingdon Undergoes Pioneering Knee Surgery – The Hunts Post

Professor aims for gain with no pain – Henley Standard

‘After my injury I could hardly walk… but now I’m skydiving!’

 

Would you please be kind enough to pass on my thanks to (Mr. Ghoz and his) surgical team for the manner in which they looked after me prior, during, and post operation. Would you also record my thanks to the nursing staff on the ward for the professional, compassionate, dignified and not least good humoured manner in which they cared for me during my stay. Lastly and by no means least I would like to thank you for your care, understanding and skill in sorting me out!

November 23, 2016

November new knee, April start bowling, September 2 trophies. All thanks to Mr. A. Ghoz. Great job!

June 21, 2017

I had surgery with Prof Ghoz following a sports injury in August 2017. I’m very happy with all the treatment I have received. Prof Ghoz has always been very understanding and I have always felt very involved and understood every step of the treatment. He made a difficult event and period of my life a lot easier to cope with and I would strongly recommend turning to him for treatment!

March 22, 2018

 

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