Your Trusted Specialist for

Foot and Ankle Care

Dr Ehab Kheir

Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon
MBBCh, MRCS(Ed), MSc(Eng), FRCS(Tr&Orth)

About Dr. Ehab

Dr. Ehab Kheir is a consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery. He has exclusive expertise in trauma and orthopaedics related to the foot and ankle area. He is honoured with an advanced surgical fellowship from the United Kingdom. Complicated foot and ankle surgery are his forte.

Dr. Ehab has undertaken two highly specialised foot and ankle fellowships in Leeds and Wirral, working with nationally recognised expert foot and ankle surgeons. He provides the latest surgical options and is at the forefront of developing new, minimally invasive foot surgery techniques. He specialises in all foot and ankle conditions to get his patients back to resuming normal activities with minimal disruption and treatment plans tailored to our patient’s needs.

Dr. Ehab has a particular interest and passion for research and teaching with close affiliation to universities, mentoring undergraduate medical students and postgraduate doctors as an ATLS instructor.

17+ Years

 of Vast Experience

Advanced Surgical

Fellowship from UK

Fluent in English,

Arabic & Good French

Affiliations and Memberships

Foot & Ankle

Conditions

Before and After Surgery

– What You Can Expect

FAQs

You should see a foot and ankle specialist over a regular foot doctor as  they have advanced training and expertise in diagnosing and treating a wide range of complex foot and ankle conditions.

Heel pain can be caused by various factors, including plantar fasciitis, Achilles tendinitis, heel spurs, overuse or injury, and conditions like arthritis or bursitis.

Persistent pain in your feet or ankles could be caused by various factors, including injury, overuse, inflammation, arthritis, nerve compression, poor footwear, or underlying medical conditions. It’s essential to consult a healthcare professional for a proper diagnosis and treatment.

Yes, you should be concerned about changes in the nails or skin on your feet as they can be indicative of various health issues or conditions, and it’s essential to address any unusual changes promptly to maintain foot health.

Yes, a foot and ankle surgeon can treat children presenting with acute trauma and adolescents with foot and ankle pain or deformity.

It is essential for diabetics to see a foot and ankle specialist because diabetes can lead to nerve damage and poor circulation, increasing the risk of foot complications.

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