Mr Amar Malhas - Shoulder Surgery (Rotator Cuff) - Berkshire Independent Hospital

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Mr Amar Malhas - Shoulder Surgery (Rotator Cuff)

Clinical interests

Shoulder Arthroscopy; rotator cuff tear; shoulder impingement; shoulder instability; shoulder dislocation; shoulder arthritis; shoulder replacement; shoulder fractures; clavicle fractures; ACJ dislocation; ACJ arthritis; tennis elbow; golfers elbow; elbow arthritis; elbow arthroscopy; elbow replacement; elbow fracture; ulna nerve compression; cubital tunnel syndrome; elbow dislocation; elbow instability; radial head replacement

Academic background


Amar Malhas is a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon with extensive fellowship training in shoulder and elbow surgery.

Having qualified in 2004 from King’s College London, he completed his basic surgical training in London before specialising in Trauma and Orthopaedics. Amar was appointed to the Birmingham rotation where he developed an interest in shoulder and elbow surgery.

Amar Malhas is now a Consultant Orthopaedic Shoulder and Elbow Surgeon at The Royal Berkshire NHS trust in Reading. He also heads up Reading Shoulder & Elbow, a private practice based in hospitals across Reading, Berkshire.

Professional Memberships


British Orthopaedic Association

British Elbow and Shoulder Society


NHS base

Royal Berkshire NHS

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