Adil Ajuied

Consultant orthopaedic knee surgeon


Adil Ajuied has travelled and worked in many countries, from Belgium to South Africa. These travels have included, both specialist fellowship training and charitable work. In 2008, Mr Ajuied worked in South Africa (University Hospital of Witwaterstrand, Johannesburg), where he held an appointment as an Honorary Consultant.

He also lectures and instructs nationally and internationally on topics relating to knee surgery, training hundreds of other surgeons every year.

Education and training

  • Master of science (MSc) (trauma and orthopaedics), University of Brighton, 2009
  • Fellowship of royal college surgeons (FRCS) (trauma and orthopaedics), Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, 2007
  • Bachelor of medicine, bachelor of science (MBBS), Guy’s and St Thomas' United Medical and Dental Schools of (UMDS), 1998
  • Bachelor of science (BSc (Hons)) (radiological sciences), Guy's and St Thomas' United Medical and Dental Schools of (UMDS), 1995

Additional training:

  • Specialist knee fellowship, Dr Charles Brown, (UAE), 2009
  • Specialist knee fellowship, Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, 2009
  • Specialist knee fellowship, Dr P Firer, (Johannesburg, South Africa), 2008


  • Royal College of Physicians: Oscar Reginald Lewis Wilson scholarship
  • Royal College of Pathology: Zeneca Pharmaceuticals award for pathology
  • University of London: Convocation Trust's award
  • British Diabetic Association: Research award 
  • British Medical and Dental Students Trusts': Elective award
  • Novo Nordisk Pharmaceuticals: Research prize
  • United Medical and Dental Schools: Louis Jenner Bursary for pathology   
  • United Medical and Dental Schools: Public Health Medicine, Student elective prize 
  • United Medical and Dental Schools: Enid Linder Foundation Elective Bursary  

Last updated: March 2024

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