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Below is a brief overview of some of the conditions treatable by Professor Munjed Al Muderis. Click on any condition to access detailed information and explore available treatment options.

Hip Conditions

Hip Arthritis – Hip arthritis leads to pain and restricted mobility in the hip joint, often resulting from wear and tear, injury, or inflammation. Read more

Hip fracture – A break in the hip bone, often caused by a fall or significant impact. Read more

Hip Dislocation – Occurs when the hip bone is forced out of its socket, usually due to trauma or a sudden, powerful movement. Read more

Hip Dysplasia – A condition where the hip socket is too shallow, potentially leading to instability and joint damage. Read more

Hip Impingement – A condition characterised by the growth of excess bone along the hip joint, causing an abnormal shape. Read more

Osteonecrosis of the Hip – The death of hip bone tissue due to limited blood flow, resulting in pain and joint deterioration. Read more

Knee Conditions

Knee Arthritis – Degeneration of the knee joint, leading to pain, swelling, and limited mobility. Read more

ACL Injury – A tear in the anterior cruciate ligament, often resulting from sports or sudden changes in direction. Read more

Knee Fracture – A break in the knee bone, which can vary in severity. Read more

Knee Dislocation – Occurs when the knee joint is forced out of alignment, usually due to severe trauma. Read more

Unstable Kneecap – A condition where the patella (kneecap) becomes displaced from its normal position within the femoral groove, causing a range of issues including pain and mobility problems that may require medical attention. Read more

Foot and Ankle Conditions

Ankle Arthritis – Inflammation and pain in the ankle joint, often due to wear and tear or previous injury. Read more

Ankle fracture – A break in one or more bones of the ankle, commonly caused by trauma. Read more

Vertical talus – A congenital condition resulting in a rigid flatfoot deformity. Read more

Tarsal coalition – An abnormal fusion of tarsal bones, leading to foot stiffness and pain. Read more

Clubfoot – A congenital deformity affecting foot shape and mobility. Read more

Adult acquired flatfoot – Progressive flattening of the foot arch in adulthood, causing pain and instability. Read more

Diabetic (Charcot) foot – Complications in the foot due to diabetes, potentially leading to deformity and joint damage. Read more

Lower Limb Conditions

Intoeing – A condition in which a child’s or adolescent’s feet point inward instead of forward while walking or running. Read more

Bowed legs – A condition where one or both legs of a child arch outward, creating a noticeable gap between their lower legs and knees when they stand with their feet together. Read more


Surgical removal of a limb, often necessary due to trauma, disease, or congenital conditions. Read more


Upper limb injuries – Injuries affecting the arms and hands.

  • Elbow fracture – An elbow fracture involves a break in one or more of the bones in the elbow joint, typically caused by a direct impact or fall onto the arm. Read more

Lower limb injuries – Injuries affecting the legs and feet, varying in severity and treatment.

Compound injuries – Severe injuries involving multiple tissues and often requiring specialised treatment.

  • Compound distal femur fracture – Distal femur fractures occur when the thighbone (femur) breaks just above the knee joint. Read more


Tumours encompass a range of abnormal growths in tissues, which can be benign or malignant, requiring specialised surgical management for optimal treatment. Read more