Professor Suheal A Khan, born and bred in Manchester, UK and after qualifying in Medicine from Sheffield University in 1987 progressed through Surgical Training, of which 4 years was spent in Research at the WHO Metabolic Unit in Sheffield, where his interests lay in Bisphosphonate treatment of osteoporosis and the Genetics of Pagets Disease of the Bone. He is appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon in 2000, went on to become Head of University Department (HOD) Hospital in Manchester in 2005. Subspeciality interests are Limb Reconstruction using the Ilizarov Technique and Circular Frames, Arthroplasty, Arthroscopy and Management of Trauma. In 2005, he founded Mobile Int Surgical Teams (MiST Foundation, www.mist-ngo.org) which is a Surgical Charity that responds to Natural and Manmade Disasters. In 2010, left UK and went to work in Gaza as HOD for a year, to help teach and train the Gazan Surgeons in the art of Limb Reconstruction. Following this period, spent 4 years in Singapore Setting up an Ilizarov Unit and Training the Locals. Have a number of Publications in Peer-Reviewed Journals and Sit on Editorial Boards for Orthopaedic Journals. Now working for an International Charity (MiST Foundation) Teaching and Training Surgeons in the Use of Ring Fixators in Countries such as Nepal, Cambodia, India, Libya and the Gaza Strip.
Limb Lengthening, Non Unions and Bone infection