Mr Nashat Siddiqui is a Consultant Orthopaedic Upper Limb Surgeon specialising in arthroscopic surgery for shoulder and elbow conditions previously treated with open surgery, and hand conditions such as carpal tunnel, ulnar nerve entrapment, Dupuytren's contractures, and arthritis.
After qualifying from St Bartholomew's Medical School in 1999, Mr Siddiqui completed specialist Orthopaedic training on the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore Rotation. He then gained a place on three specialist surgical fellowships; training for one year at the world renowned Brisbane Hand and Upper Limb Unit and another two years at leading upper limb specialty units in the UK. Following this he was awarded the prestigious Watanabe Travelling Fellowship, allowing him to visit various centres of surgical excellence around the UK gaining both skills and experience.
Mr Siddiqui plays an active role in medical training and is the Education Lead for trainee surgeons and medical students at Kingston Hospital. He is faculty member for the Basic Surgical Skills course run by the Royal College of Surgeons.
He frequently publishes work in major orthopaedic journals and conducts innovative clinical research into tennis and golfer's elbow and is principal investigator for a national shoulder fracture trial. He is a reviewer for several journals including the Bone and Joint Journal and the Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons. He is the lead clinician for Orthopaedic Audits and Quality Improvement Projects at Kingston Hospital.
Shoulder keyhole (arthroscopic) surgery
Rotator cuff tendon surgery
Shoulder arthritis including shoulder replacement surgery
Tennis Elbow (Lateral epicondylitis)
Golfer's Elbow (Medial epicondylitis)
Elbow keyhole (arthroscopic) surgery
Elbow replacement surgery
Ulnar nerve entrapment (Cubital tunnel syndrome)
Carpal tunnel surgery
Dupuytren's surgery including revision surgery
Finger, hand and wrist arthritis including joint replacements\
Shoulder impingement syndrome
Shoulder instability including posterior and global instability
Rotator cuff tears
Complex rotator cuff surgery
Arthroscopic surgery for elbow problems
Persistent tennis and golfer's elbow pain
Ulnar nerve surgery
Wrist and hand fractures
Complex wrist fracture surgery including fragment specific fixation
- MBBS St Bartholomew's Medical School 1999
- FRCS (Tr & Orth) Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons 2010
- BESS British Shoulder and Elbow Society
- BOA British Orthopaedic Association
- OTS Orthopaedic Trauma Society
- BMA British Medical Association
Mr Siddiqui was extremely professional and explained in detail my condition as well as answered all my questions and gave me options for treatment. Very highly recommended.
Very clear and to the point
Great experience he explained everything clearly and professionally and put me at ease
Dr. Siddiqui is a kind and extremely professional Dr. very good communicator. Highly recommend from my point of view.
I have seen Mr Siddiqui for 2 separate issues and found him to be a personable consultant. Easy to understand in terms of describing procedures and outcomes. I felt at ease and confident with his care. Thank you!
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Great experience with Dr. Siddiqui. Very thorough in his diagnosis and procedure to guide the best outcome. Highly recommend to anyone, extremely happy and satisfied 👍
Superb experience. Quick service, knowledgable and friendly.
First class - very efficient - and informative - I understand my issues well. Good job.
Very nice way to explain what's going on so thank you very much sweetie please thank you
Explained everything very very pleased
Very helpful and efficient thank you very much
as a health professional myself I have been so impressed and grateful for the kindness, compassion, care and expertise that I have received on sustaining a broken wrist . Mr Siddiqui inspired such confidence and I already am experiencing the benefits of his skills post surgery. also every member of staff has shown care par excellence not just to me but also to other elderly patients in a and e, on wards and in theatres and recovery. I feel privileged to have had such wonderful care and treatment . thank you
I am particularly grateful to Mr Siddiqui for enabling my observation of his procedure, complete with explanation and the cooperation of his team which is much appreciated. Given my good progress I am reminded of the patient who was encouraged to hear that he could be playing the violin in another 8 weeks. He had never played the violin before. I anticipate further improvement and look forward to further appointments with Mr Siddiqui. With best wishes and thanks,
With many thanks for all of your kind help xxx
I am pleased that there has been no flare up of symptoms since we last met. 1. My right thumb remains good with excellent pincer grip. 2. My right index finger is fully bendable but has slight stiffness discomfort, which I feel is manageable for me at present. I am grateful for your pursuit of the ultrasound guided steroid injection as "well worth trying" which has proved well justified. If there is a deterioration of the condition of my right index finger, I hope that my GP will feel it appropriate to refer me back to you. Fortunately I have benefited enormously from the intervention and care which you have given me, enabling normal activities while living alone. With best wishes and thanks.
Many thanks for your help Mr Siddiqui, I hope you got my thank you card!
Dear Sir, I wish to thank you very much for the MAGIC injection you gave me in my shoulder, after a few days I was able to move my shoulder - then I noticed my hand was not stiff any more! I can now move my arm to my head so this is to say THANK YOU!!!!
I have been so impressed by the care I have received Mr Siddiqui and all of his team have given me an excellent renewed wrist!
Good specialist, able to finally identify problem.
Nash is an excellent colleague and we work together as a part of wider MDT and discuss complex cases. He is very well trained and very professional in his care for his patients.
Nash is a great colleague whom I have known for may years. He is diligent, pleasant and a caring individual. He is popular among his colleagues and staff