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Mr VermaMr Shobhit Verma MRCS (ED), MS (T&O), FEBOT, FRCS (T&O), Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr Shobhit Verma is a Consultant Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Luton and Dunstable University Hospital.
He qualified as an Orthopaedic Surgeon in 1998 from India and pursued advanced training in Paediatric and Adult Sports injuries and Trauma,Complex Orthopaedic trauma with Deformity correction in children / Limb reconstruction at various tertiary referral centres across the UK and Australia.

He has Trauma and Limb reconstruction fellowships from centres of excellence like The Alfred in Melbourne and Flinders Medical Centre in Adelaide, Australia.

He has speciality fellowships in Paediatric Orthopaedics and Trauma from Birmingham Children’s hospital and King’s College, London

He specializes in Young Adult & Paediatric Sports Injuries and Trauma, Paediatric and Adult Limb deformity correction and Limb reconstruction.

His NHS practice also includes complex Paediatric conditions affecting lower limbs including Hip,Knees,Foot and Ankle.

He is a postgraduate teacher and an invited faculty in various FRCS teaching courses across hospitals in London including King’s College and Imperial College.

He is actively involved in various national research projects in the UK and has number of publications in peer reviewed journals including the BJJ and EFORT .He has presented his work in national and international meetings including BOA, EFORT and SICOT.

He likes to spend his free time cooking for his family, playing squash and cricket.

Areas of interest

  1. Paediatric and Young Adult Lower limb issues -Intoeing,Out toeing and Angular Malalignments,Genu Vara/Valga/recurvatum,Knee Instability and hypermobility injuries.
  2. Young Adult and Paediatric Sports Injuries and Knee Disorders
  3. Paediatric Hip including DDH and Perthes disease
  4. Paediatric and Young Adult Foot/ ankle problems including Clubfoot,CVT,Flat Foot and other foot deformities
  5. Orthopaedic management of children with disability due to Neuromuscular disease,Cerebral palsys
  6. Skeletal Dysplasias and associated deformities
  7. Paediatric Upper limb deformity, Malunions and Hand disorders
  8. Gait Disorders and Joint Instabilities.

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