Mr Nakhla enjoys a wide variety of sporting activities which gives him a perfect understanding of his patients demands to lead active lives. He is a keen cyclist, skier and sailor. He is married with 2 young boys and enjoys many other activities with his family including hiking, kayaking and long walks on the beach.
Mr Nakhla qualified from Cairo University in 2000 with a MB.BCh (Honours). He obtained his Master degree in Trauma & Orthopaedics in 2006. He gained membership of the Royal College of Surgeons in 2006 and became a Fellow to the Royal College of Surgeons in 2008 for Trauma & Orthopaedics.
After finishing his training at Cairo University Hospitals in 2006, Mr Nakhla moved to Imperial College, London where he worked as a Clinical Lecturer for 3 years. This was followed by intensive training in his chosen subspecialty of hip and knee surgery through 3 senior fellowships. The first fellowship was at Charing Cross Hospital followed by 2 fellowships at Nottingham University Hospitals where he gained extensive experience in complex primary and revision hip and knee surgery.
Mr Nakhla has worked for as a full time consultant in the NHS for almost a decade. He performs a large volume of Hip and Knee replacements and arthroscopic knee surgery in addition to General Orthopaedics. He has particular interest in minimally invasive surgery and enhanced recovery. This enables his patients to get back to their full activities soon after surgery.
Besides his clinical work, Mr Nakhla has conducted a significant amount of research in his subspecialty. He has presented his work at national and international levels and published in peer-reviewed journals.
Mr Nakhla is fluent in English and Arabic and can speak German.
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Areas of interest
- Primary hip replacement
- Primary knee replacement
- Partial Knee replacement
- Arthroscopic knee surgery
- Enhanced Recovery
- Minimally invasive surgery
- Revision hip replacement
- Revision Knee replacement
- Joint preservation
- PRP treatment
- Trauma & General Orthopaedics