Mr Omar Haddo
MBBS, FRCS (Tr & Orth), BSc BMedSci
Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon (Upper Limb)
- Trauma and sports injuries to the upper limb
- Arthroscopic surgery
- Shoulder impingement/tendonitis/bursitis
- Shoulder dislocation/instability
- Rotator cuff pathology/tears
- Shoulder arthritis and replacement/resurfacing
- Frozen shoulder
- Elbow conditions/pain
- Hand and wrist surgery
Mr Haddo is a consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics with a special interest in shoulder, elbow, hand and wrist surgery and upper limb sports injuries.
He treats all aspects of the upper limb involving elective and degenerative conditions, sports injuries and trauma, including fractures.
Mr Haddo is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association and the British Elbow and Shoulder Society and has published an extensive number of scientific papers and book chapters which are recognised by peers globally. He has also presented at many national and international meetings and is heavily involved in the teaching of trainee surgeons within Whittington Trust and has set up and led the London Shoulder Arthroplasty course. He has been a faculty member on various orthopaedic and shoulder courses and continues to be involved in undergraduate and post-graduate teaching.
Mr Haddo currently holds an NHS post at the Whittington Hospital, and practices privately at Highgate Hospital and The Wellington Hospital where he forms part of the leading team in the Shoulder and Elbow Unit. Mr Haddo specialises in arthroscopic shoulder and elbow surgery as well as should be resurfacing arthroplasty. He approaches each patient with his personal treatment philosophy:
"Whilst I Practice A Wide Range Of Surgical Techniques On The Shoulder, Elbow, Hand And Wrist, I Always Tailor The Treatment I Give To The Needs Of Each Individual."
Having studied medicine at St Bartholomew’s Hospital Medical School, London, Mr Haddo also undertook a BSc in Clinical Sciences at St Mary’s Hospital, London (1995). He was later appointed to the Stanmore Orthopaedic Training Programme in 2002. His training gave him the opportunity to experience various aspects of orthopaedics including peripheral nerve repair, paediatric orthopaedics and bone tumour surgery at eminent institutions including Great Ormond Street Children’s Hospital and the Royal National Orthopaedics Hospital.
Mr Haddo undertook a fellowship at the internationally renowned Reading Shoulder Unit, where he developed his skills in arthroscopic surgery and in shoulder resurfacing arthroplasty.