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What do I do for my patient with an acute onset painful hip?

4th June 2020


Adult hip pathology is very common. Every doctor will come across it during their career. It is therefore important that we are familiar with the assessment of hip pain. In this talk we shall discuss:

  1. Hip Pain assessment
  2. Hip examination
  3. Discuss common differential diagnoses
  4. Explore the management of hip fractures.


Mr Aiman Khunda

Aiman is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Salford Royal Hospital, Manchester's Major Trauma Centre (MTC). He gained a broad experience in the management of major trauma through training in 5 MTCs. He completed the Liverpool Limb Reconstruction and the Cumbrian Knee Osteotomy fellowships. 

Aiman’s special interest is in limb reconstruction surgery, managing sequelae of severe limb trauma and in joint preserving knee surgery through osteotomy. He also performs hip and knee arthroplasty for patients with advanced arthritis. He has developed a tertiary limb reconstruction service for Greater Manchester. 

Aiman is involved in both under and postgraduate teaching and supervision and has completed a Postgraduate Certificate in Health Research and a Postgraduate Diploma in Health and Social Care. Aiman is the Governance Lead for Trauma and Orthopaedics at Salford Royal Hospital and the Regional Surgical Advisor for the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.


Prof Paul Lee

Prof. Paul Y F Lee is a trauma and orthopaedic surgeon and visiting professor of sports medicine at the university of Lincoln. With the knowledge and practical experience in medical and surgical management in fractures and sports injuries, he has a strong ethos for personalised medicine. Working with the British Orthopaedics Association, he has delivered many practical and instructional sessions to students and junior doctors. 

As a Regional Surgical Advisor for the Royal College of Edinburgh, he continues to provide support in medical education.


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