“This is my second knee operation (replacement) and Mr Aslam on both occasions has exceeded my expectations. He has literally given me my life back. His quiet manner, understanding of my needs and obvious skill and talent has on each occasion enabled me to continue my love of gardening. I am forever grateful.”

“One year ago I was incapacitated, walking very badly because of pain. Today I am pain free and walking normally. Also I am feeling very very well and friends comment on the change in me. This is all due to the skill of Nadim Aslam who operated on my knee in and gave me back my life.”

“I found Mr Aslam to be the epitome of a “gentle giant”. He is kind, courteous, approachable and easy to talk to. You felt always that he had a personal interest in your particular problems. I don’t respond well to anaesthetic but having talked to him, I felt completely relaxed and confident about it.”


Mr Aslam is a Senior Consultant Knee, Sports Injury and Hip Specialist in Worcestershire at Spire South Bank Hospital, in Worcester and the Worcestershire Royal Hospital NHS Trust in Worcester. He has over 18 years worth of consultant experience in all aspects of knee and hip surgery with over 4,500 joint replacements carried out, which has allowed him to learn from challenging cases and improve his techniques to improve patient outcomes. He has been trained extensively at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre Oxford, which is a world-class centre of excellence. He has also carried out advanced fellowship training in knee arthroscopy and anterior cruciate reconstruction with leading sports knee surgeons.

His main interests include mako robotic assisted knee and hip replacement surgery using the latest minimally invasive techniques including day case hip and knee replacements (for patients meeting certain criteria) in addition to sports injuries of the knee and hip including meniscal and anterior cruciate injuries. He has a committed patient-centred approach leading to amongst the best outcomes in the country in knee and hip surgery (see NJR Profile and PROMS data below) with patients reporting over 90 percent success and satisfaction rates.(see NJR Profile below).

He is one of the pioneering and leading Mako robotic surgeons in Worcestershire, and the country, he has carried out the first Mako hip and knee robotic-arm assisted joint replacements at Spire South Bank Hospital, with excellent outcomes.

He has a busy practice based on patient outcomes and recommendations and performs the most joint replacements in the region, over 508 compared to national average of 143, 2022-2023 surgeon data on the National Joint Registry. Nowadays, younger patients fulfil the criteria for joint replacement; some related to previous sports injuries and he feels it is essential to continue to improve techniques.

He has visited leading centres in the USA including the Joint Replacement Institute in Los Angeles and the Rush Institute in Chicago to develop his skills; Prof John Timperley in Exeter to train in minimally invasive hip replacement (SPAIRE approach) and Hugh Apthorp in London for the minimally invasive direct superior approach (DSA) with Mako hip robotic surgery. He undertook his advanced fellowship knee and hip training in Oxford and Toronto to gain specific training in advanced techniques in knee, hip and sports injuries. He strongly believes in minimally invasive bone conserving surgery with his latest research data showing results which are comparable with the best in the country.

He has extensive experience in clinical governance and in improving patient outcomes. He also has extensive experience in the Oxford minimally Invasive unicompartmental knee replacement having worked closely with the designers; provides orthopaedic support to Worcester based football, rugby, basketball and netball teams, treating both professional and amateur athletes.

He is also an Honorary Senior Lecturer at the University of Worcester in Sports and Exercise Science and has presented at many national and international meetings, with published articles in many of the leading orthopaedic journals.


ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction
PCL (posterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction
Partial and total knee replacements
Sports Injuries and Sports Medicine
Revision Arthroplasty


The National Joint Registry (NJR) covers England, Wales, Northern Ireland, the Isle of Man and Guernsey.  It continues to be the largest orthopaedic registry in the world, with an international reputation with around 3.7 million procedures recorded to date.  NJR collects information on hip, knee, ankle, elbow and shoulder joint replacement surgery and they monitor the performance of joint replacement implants.

The National Joint Registry records, monitors, analyses and reports on performance outcomes in joint replacement surgery in a continuous drive to improve service quality and enable research analysis to ultimately improve patient outcomes.  This will improve knowledge and procedure outcomes for the benefit of generations of future patients.

12 Month Practice Profile

The graph below shows between 1 April 2022 and 31 March 2023 that I have carried out 508 procedures, with the national average being 143.

36 Month Practice Profile

The graph below shows between 1 April 2020 and 31 March 2023 that I have carried out 1237 procedures, with the national average being 293.

Mr Aslam is one of the leading hip and knee surgeons I the country . His NJR data profile show him to do over 500 joints a year which is three times the national average with excellent outcomes and low complication rates.

The NJR PROMS data for his surgery is shown below which shows above 90 percent  success and satisfaction rates which are amongst the best in the country.

For more information on the NJR please visit their website here.