Welcome I am Ahmed Hegab, providing excellence in the care of knee injuries and reconstructive surgery...... More

Specialist Knee Surgeon

Welcome, I am Ahmed Hegab, Consultant Knee and Orthopaedic Surgeon FRCS (Ed)

My private practice is based at

1. The BMI Highfield Hospital Rochdale Lancashire, UK


2. Spire (BUPA) Manchester Hospital – Previously (The Pennine Acute Hospitals NHS Trust Manchester: (UK)

Specialising In

Arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery of the knee including Sports injuries of the knee,

Arthroscopic cruciate ligament reconstruction – primary and revision

Total knee joint replacement – primary and revision

Cartilage repair including arthroscopic microfractures to enhance hyaline cartilage healing

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Arthroscopic (Keyhole)

Surgery of the knee

Knee injuries are common and often, when a ligament is torn, other tears and strains accompany it. Athletes who play soccer, field hockey, gymnastics, skiing, snowboarding and volleyball are most susceptible to ACL injuries, while MCL injuries are commonly seen in hockey and wrestling. Read More…

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Arthroscopic Cruciate

Ligament Reconstruction

Anterior cruciate ligament (ACL) injuries remain a common orthopaedic disease, particularly in young adults. The treatment of choice is ACL reconstruction (ligamentoplasty). A surgical intervention used to replace the damage with a bone-patella tendon-bone graft or with soft parts. Read More…

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Total Knee

Replacement Surgery

Knee replacement surgery includes replacing of some or all the parts of a knee joint with artificial implants, to repair the injured surfaces of the knees. This helps in appeasing the pain that is being caused by the damaged surfaces. Read More…

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Cartilage Repair

Cartilage damage is a relatively common type of injury. The majority of cases involve the knee joint. Common symptoms include swelling, joint pain, stiffness or a decreased range of movement in the affected joint. Read More…


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