Dr Gulraiz Ahmad is a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist based in Manchester. Having completed his radiology training in Manchester, Gulraiz undertook a one-year fellowship in Musculoskeletal and Sports Radiology at McGill University Hospital Center (MUHC) in Montreal, Canada. During his fellowship, he gained extensive experience in multiple imaging modalities and image-guided procedures, particularly related to trauma and sports injury, having had regular interaction with NHL ice hockey and Canadian football players, as well as College draft athletes. Dr Ahmad also gained extensive exposure to the imaging and diagnosis of soft tissue and bone tumours at MUHC, which is a regional orthopaedic oncology referral centre for the province of Quebec.
Dr Ahmad’s practice involves reviewing and reporting X-rays, CT and MRI scans. He also performs diagnostic ultrasound scans, as well as treating various joint and soft tissue disorders with image-guided intervention. Dr Ahmad strongly believes in a multidisciplinary approach to optimising patient care and has regular contact with orthopaedic surgeons, sports doctors, physiotherapists and rheumatologists through various multidisciplinary meetings.
- Diagnostic Imaging
- Sports Injuries
- Musculoskeletal Ultrasound
- MSK Clinic
- Orthopaedic oncology and rheumatology
English, Urdu, French, Spanish
Treatments and tests offered by Dr Gulraiz Ahmad at Nuffield Health
- MRI scan
Locations Dr Gulraiz Ahmad works with
0161 521 9200
299 Alan Turing Way, Manchester, M11 3BS
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- Re: Radiology in the undergraduate medical curriculum — Who, how, what, when, and where?
- British Society of Skeletal Radiology
- Royal College of Radiologists
- European Society of Skeletal Radiologists
- Radiological Society of North America
Other post held
- Consultant Musculoskeletal Radiologist, Manchester University NHS Foundation Trust (Manchester Royal Infirmary and Wythenshawe Hospital)