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Mr Saif Hadi
Shoulder & Elbow Specialist

Mr Hadi is a University of Oxford Graduate who has trained in some of the leading centres of Shoulder and Elbow surgery. He has a passion for delivering high quality treatment to individuals from all ages and backgrounds.

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When you come to see Mr Hadi, you will be carefully listened to before a plan will be made together to personalise a treatment that is tailored to your symptoms, lifestyle, employment circumstances and physical demands.

Condition Diagnosis & Treatment:

Shoulder problems including pain, are one of the more common reasons for clinic visits for musculoskeletal symptoms.

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News & Update

Face to face appointments now re-open after Covid-19 Restrictions lifted. Contact 01254 403007 for an appointment.

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We accept patients from most Insurance companies, including many not listed here. Contact your company directly to arrange an appointment
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Patient Feedback & Testimonials

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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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From start to finish I received the utmost care and consideration from Mr Hadi. He took time to listen to my history and then go through the procedure with myself . The course of treatment provided was very effective as was the aftercare. I do not feel he could have done anymore.
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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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What a lovely man. Explained everything fully and gave me options regarding treatment including surgical repair which I opted for. I was treated with kindness and respect. The surgery was carried out efficiently and after care was superb. Would definitely recommend Mr Hadi.
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Royal Blackburn Teaching Hospital
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Recently needed an operation on my shoulder. The treatment I received was second to none. Mr Hadi explained everything fully beforehand, making sure I was fully informed and again was exceptional in my aftercare and recovery. I felt supported and valued as a patient. Professional and approachable throughout. Highly recommend! Thank you.
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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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I could not have asked for better care. Excellent bedside manner, totally professional, would highly recommend.
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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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The information i was given during treatment was great, al my questions were answered in a way I understood. I was never made to feel my questions were stupid. Really great experience
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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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Mr Hadi has a real understanding of making patients feel assured and at ease at all stages of treatment. He explains the pros and cons of the procedure and gives you time to decide if you want to go ahead
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BMI The Beardwood Hospital
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I have had a few operations over the years on my shoulder, and I didn't see results straightaway, I was told it may not improve at all, however last year I underwent another operation on my shoulder. 12 months later I am less pain now than I was from my original operation in 2008.
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Frequently Asked Questions

  1. Self pay – Why wait for treatment? If you want the quickest route to come to clinic then by paying for your appointment you can come to the next clinic.
  2. Insurance – If you are insured then you will be made an appointment after getting in contact with your insurance company
  3. NHS – see your GP and ask for a referral and you will be made an appointment in the next available NHS Choose & Book Slot

Yes – Your age is very prognostic of what your shoulder problem may likely to be.

If you are young then you are likely to have Scapula Problems or having suffered a traumatic dislocation.

Middle age people are more likely to suffer from calcific tendinitis, rotator cuff tendinosis or frozen shoulder.

Older patients generally suffer from Arthritis and Rotator Cuff Tears.

No. In fact many patients will never have had an injury. Several shoulder conditions occur over time without any trauma.
There can be multiple reasons that you have pain in your shoulder. A detailed history and examination during your appointment will usually be enough to diagnose the problem. Sometimes a specialist scan may also be required to confirm the diagnosis
Most shoulder problems can initially be managed without an operation. When you come to clinic the full list of non-operative and operative options will be discussed and together we will decide which is in your best interests.
We regularly see people who have either had surgery in the past or would like to seek a further opinion on their shoulder. It is common for specialists to different approaches to treatment and we would be happy to do these with you.

Always check with your insurance provider first, as some can be very particular about what they cover.

Many shoulder problems can be treated non-operatively with physiotherapy and occasionally a steroid injection for pain relief. Physiotherapy is crucial to the outcome of shoulder problems and essential if you go on to require an operation.