Mr Saif Hadi - Orthopaedics - Euxton Hall Hospital

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Mr Saif Hadi - Orthopaedics

Mr Saif Hadi is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in Shoulder & Elbow Surgery

Clinical interests

Shoulder Impingement; Rotator cuff tears; Frozen Shoulder; Shoulder Instability; Shoulder dislocation; Shoulder Arthritis; Acromio-clavicular joint disorders; Shoulder fractures, Sports surgery; Sports injuries; Labral tears; SLAP tears; Keyhole surgery.

Elbow pain, Elbow arthritis; Elbow keyhole surgery; Elbow loose bodies; Tennis elbow; Golfers elbow; Ulnar nerve compression; Cubital tunnel syndrome; Locking elbow.

Carpal tunnel syndrome, Trigger finger, Dupuytrens disease.

For more information on Mr Hadi's practice, please take a look at his personal website.


Academic background

Current Practice:
Mr Hadi’s Elective NHS and private practice encompass all aspects of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery. He performs Arthroscopic (Keyhole) Surgery for all amenable Shoulder and Elbow pathologies. All Arthroscopic procedures are day-case procedures meaning patients go home the same day as surgery. Mr Hadi performs both Anatomic and Reverse Shoulder Replacements and has a keen interest in Revision Shoulder Replacement Surgery.

Academic Interests:
Mr Hadi is passionate about teaching and training. He has been awarded the prestigious Membership of the Faculty of Surgical Trainers of Edinburgh. He is a Clinical Tutor at the University of Central Lancashire. He has also been a Clinical Tutor at The University of Leeds and Hull York Medical School. He is a Royal College of Surgeons Advanced Trauma Life Support Instructor.

Mr Hadi has published and presented numerous Research articles both nationally and internally and is Reviewer for the Shoulder and Elbow Journal.

Fundamental to his approach is taking the time to listen to and examine patients. All his treatment plans are a collaboration between himself, the therapists and most importantly the patient. He will discuss with you the different options to improve your quality of life and a return to activities and sports that may have previously not been possible. He ensures that all decisions made are patient driven, patient focussed and tailored to each specific individual.

He was born, raised and educated in Yorkshire. He studied medicine at The University of Oxford. In addition to his medical degree he was also awarded a Bachelors Honours Degree and a Masters Degree from Oxford University.

He performed his postgraduate training in Yorkshire and has completed two Internationally renowned fellowships. The Sheffield Shoulder & Elbow Fellowship was followed by The Wrightington Shoulder & Elbow Fellowship under the tutelage of International leaders in upper limb surgery including Professor Ian Trail, Professor Len Funk and Professor Adam Watts.


NHS base

Royal Blackburn Hospital

Clinic Times

Wednesday afternoon and evenings

01257 446 855