Ehab Kheir Dr.

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Core competencies

  • Ankle sports injuries
  • Ankle Sprains and Ligament repair and reconstruction
  • Ankle arthroscopy
  • Tendon injuries and pathologies
  • Achilles tendon pain and rupture
  • Total Ankle Replacement
  • Ankle arthritis
  • Ankle fusion
  • Bunion ( Hallux valgus)
  • Big toe joint Arthritis ( Hallux rigidus)
  • Toes deformity correction
  • Complex foot and ankle reconstruction
  • Foot and ankle fracture management


Dr Ehab Kheir is an established Orthopaedic Surgeon from the UK. He has vast experience of treating complex foot and ankle conditions. During his training, he gained a breath of knowledge in different subspecialties in trauma and orthopaedics.
I am a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery. I completed my trauma and orthopaedics training in Yorkshire. I have undertaken two highly specialised foot and ankle fellowships in Leeds and Wirral in the UK working with nationally recognised expert foot and ankle surgeons.

I specialise in all aspects of foot & ankle surgery - Sports injuries / Joint replacement / Arthroplasty / Deformity correction / Arthroscopy & treatment of cartilage problems / Minimally invasive surgery / Arthrodesis & fusion surgery / Ligament & tendon repair / Nerve problems & neuroma treatment / Stress fractures / Revision surgery.

During my training I successfully obtained a Master of Science degree in biomechanical Engineering MSc (Eng) from the University of Leeds for my laboratory research in the field of cartilage tissue engineering - specifically on cartilage bone matrix decellularization. I also completed the fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Tr&Orth) in 2013 and was admitted on to the GMC Specialist Register in 2016.

Aside from foot and ankle experience, I have great experience in general trauma and lower limb arthroplasty surgery. Having done a lower limb arthroplasty fellowship for one year, I have the skills and experience in managing hip and knee fractures, including arthroplasty for suitable patients, as well as managing patients with lower limb periprosthetic fractures.
I thoroughly enjoy teaching and most of all being part of a team working with specialist nurses, orthotists, podiatrists and physiotherapists to provide my patients with the best care. I have taught on different courses, to both doctors and surgeons, as an ATLS instructor and course director, on foot and ankle courses, hip and knee arthroplasty course, as well as to allied healthcare professionals, including physiotherapist, healthcare assistants and nurses.

I have a particular interest and passion for teaching, research and team working and continue to take part in teaching with close affiliation to the university, mentoring undergraduate medical students and postgraduate doctors.


2013: FRCS Trauma & Orthopaedics
2007: MSc (Eng) University of Leeds
2006: MRCS (Ed)
1998: M.B, B.Ch.


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