Nima Heidari qualified in 1998 from St George’s Hospital and undertook his orthopaedic and trauma training on the prestigious Royal London Rotation. He became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS Tr. & Orth.) in 2009.
During his fellowship at the Bristol Limb Reconstruction Unit, he trained in all aspects of the management of foot and ankle pathology, complex trauma and the reconstruction of the lower limb. He has been a consultant at the Royal London Hospital, the largest trauma centre in Europe, since 2012.
He has travelled widely in Europe, Canada and USA on fellowships in trauma and foot and ankle surgery.
Foot and ankle: ankle arthritis, joint preserving surgery for arthritis, arthroscopy, bunion correction, reconstruction of the foot following trauma, complex foot and ankle fractures, adult flat foot, adult high arch, sports injuries of the foot and ankle.
Lower limb reconstruction: Deformity correction, limb lengthening, treatment of bone infection, complex post-trauma reconstruction.
Orthopaedic trauma: Complex intra-articular fractures of the lower limb, complex foot fracture including: Lis Franc and Calcaneus.