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Written by a NHS patient at BMI Goring Hall Hospital
4th July 2021


Given the COVID restrictions which had to be in place at the time of my hip replacement operation, the whole process from Pre-Op assessment to the Post-Op meetings with the Physiotherapists and Mr Shah was well thought out and well executed. Everybody was professional, helpful and efficient.

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Written by a NHS patient at St Richard's Hospital
2nd July 2021


From my my first consultation with a member of Mr Shah TEAM I found I had great confidence that my hip replacement issues would be resolved . On attending both my pre-assessment check and the Hip School at St Richards I found this gave me further confidence that everything was geared towards ensuring the procedure would be the best possible. I would like to elaborate on the benefit of attending the hip school. Firstly there were approx 20 other patients who were in various levels of pain which was seriously effecting" their quality of life " some of which just excepted that this was how it would remain. We received some very detailed presentations from various members of the TEAM who really went to great lengths to answer any fears we had and also explain and show us the replacement joints which was a real insight. On the day of the operation I was again very impressed at the theatre reception where further care was taken to ensure our well being and reduce infection risks. The final stage before the operation was in the theatre holding bay where I met the theatre TEAM who were very relaxed and showed genuine empathy . Now I am in the actual theatre where I met Mr Shah and the operation TEAM who explained in more detail how things would proceed. I felt totally relaxed as I knew I was in safe hands and receiving the best possible treatment. Following the operation I was visited by Mr Shah who confirmed all had gone to plan and that my satisfactory recovery was now really down to me to ensure I carried out the physio which is vital for the best results. I really can't stress enough the need to push yourself (even it is a bit painful ) post operation otherwise not only your time but the hospitals time has been wasted and also your quality will not improve at all. I hope my observations have been helpful and I hope you like me will be able to return to normal life again without the pain. Alan Packham

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Written by a private patient at BMI Goring Hall Hospital
1st July 2021


I am so glad I asked Mr Shah to operate on my knee. I had experienced pain from osteoarthritis for several years, and am now pain free Thankyou Mr Shah. The surgery was planned at Goring Hall Hospital and the whole team of ward and theatre nurses and anaethetist ensured I had a safe and good recovery. Mr Shah listens and ensures all the appropriate care is given in the post operative period,especially the physiotherapists. My knee incision has healed well, and apart from some swelling I now have a quality of life.

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Written by a NHS patient at Worthing Hospital
21st June 2021


I fractured my right hip in 2019 whilst holidaying in Spain where a repair was carried out in a local hospital. Upon my return to England the pain I suffered was unbearable so I visited my GP who referred me to Mr Shah. After numerous Xrays and consultations it was felt that the Spanish 'repair' had collapsed and the screws used for the repair required removal. In March 2021 I had the procedure to remove the surgical screws and I have been pain free ever since. Both Mr Shah and all members of his team have been exceptionally professional and I cannot thank them enough for giving me my life back. Even during the Covid 19 pandemic I have received the most caring treatment and felt completely safe attending the hospital, for which I an truly grateful.

29th June 2021
Response from Mr Nirav Shah

You are most welcome and thank you for your kind feedback. I am delighted to hear about your excellent progress. Best wishes, Mr Shah

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Written by a private patient at BMI Goring Hall Hospital
16th May 2021


I am 85 year old man ,and was in the most terrible pain for some time, finding it very difficult to get about.because of the pain.I could not leave the house. My concern was that at my age ,little could be done for me, After a consultation with Mr Shah I went into Goring Hall for a right hip replacement.I was in hospital for three days.The care I received from Mr Shah and the very caring nursing staff ,was excellent. I am only 7 week post opp.and I am now able to take short walks every day ,and can now walk around the house without any sticks.this hip replacement has turned my life around ,I cannot express how grateful I am to Mr Shah and his team . I would not hesitate to recommend Mr Shah to anybody that is in need of a hip replacement.regardless of age. Ray Rota

29th June 2021
Response from Mr Nirav Shah

Thank you for your very kind feedback. You have made incredible progress, and I hope you continue to do so. Kind regards, Mr Shah

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Mr Nirav Shah is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at several of Sussex’s most prominent hospitals: Goring Hall Hospital, Nuffield Health Brighton and the Western Sussex Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He trained at some of the country’s leading teaching institutes in the South East of London, before undertaking two fellowships for arthroplasty and revision surgery. Mr Shah then went on to complete an arthroplasty and revision fellowship organised by the Furlong Foundation, followed by a fellowship in complex trauma in Hannover, Germany. Since qualifying in 1993 Mr Shah has gained a wealth of experience in the field of orthopaedics, enabling him to provide his patients with the latest techniques and the highest levels of care and expertise. Mr Shah sub-specialises in conditions affecting the hip and knee. He has carried out more than 10,000 operations and is highly experienced in complex hip and knee replacement surgery, including hip and knee revisions. He has a particular interest in hip and knee arthroscopy for hip impingement and early arthritis. Currently he is the only orthopaedic surgeon employed by the Western Sussex Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust to perform hip arthroscopy. Mr Shah has lectured both nationally and internationally on orthopaedics and is actively involved in research within the field. He has authored a number of books and regularly has papers published in peer review journals such as the prestigious Bone and Joint Journal (BJJ). He is also a reviewer for the BJJ. Mr Shah has taught and examined at a number of prominent medical schools, including Guy’s King’s and St Thomas’ medical school as well as Brighton and Sussex Medical School. He was also an honorary senior lecturer at the University College London (UCL). He is currently a faculty member at The Furlong Foundation and the Royal College of Surgeons of England and an examiner for the FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics) examination.

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