Professor Waqar Bhatti was appointed as a consultant to the University Hospitals of South Manchester in 2001 and organised and directed the first comprehensive Musculoskeletal ultrasound imaging service in Manchester on his appointment to the University Hospital South Manchester. Services offered included the introduction of the first dedicated finger ultrasound service, imaging for forefoot disorders and other more common problems such as Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hip and knee disorders.
Has worked part time in sport and private practice since graduating in 1999 starting at Bristol Rugby then London Scottish until moving to a full time position at Sale Sale Sharks in 2006. He worked at the Sharks for 4 seasons progressing to head Physio and then in 2010 became the head of Medicine at London Wasps and worked there for three seasons until being offered a full time role to tour with the senior England Rugby side for the 2013 Six Nations campaign.
Dr Dave Jones has worked in elite and professional sport for more than twenty years. Having previously worked in professional ice hockey and basketball, he spent 16 years as Head of Medicine at Sale Sharks. In 2005 he was appointed as Lead Sports Physician for the North-West region of the English Institute of Sport. This role involves overseeing the medical care of all funded Olympic and Paralympic athletes in the region but he also has national responsibility for GB Taekwondo and England Squash.
Professor Fehily is the lead surgeon at The Manchester Hip Clinic and practises at Spire Manchester, Spire Regency and BMI The Beaumont Hospital. He specialises in surgery of the Hip and and has a particular interest in the young athlete with soft-tissue hip problems as well as complex reconstruction of the hip in the older patient.
Professor Aali Sheen was born and educated in London. He qualified in medicine from the University of Dundee in 1993. Mr Sheen became a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 1998 (FRCS), obtaining a Doctorate in 2003 from the University of Manchester (M.D.) followed by his final specialist fellowship from the Intercollegiate board in General Surgery in 2005 (FRCS Gen Surg). Professor Sheen undertook training in General Surgery in London, Oxford, Leeds and Manchester.
Dr Rogers works as a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine for University Hospital South Manchester and as a Sports Physician with British Athletics, Manchester Giants Basketball team and ORRECO. He qualified in Medicine from Queen’s University Belfast in 1997 and developed an interest in Sports Medicine during his own athletics career as an 800m and 1500m runner.