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- The Human Body & how it works
- Should you have surgery? How to decide?
- General foot flexibility exercises
- Calf Stretching exercises
- Knee Physiotherapy exercises
- The Ilizarov Frame
- The Taylor Spatial Frame (TSF)
- Charcot-Marie-Tooth disease (CMT)
- Shockwave Therapy
- Hallux Valgus (Bunion)
- Hallux Rigidus (Big Toe Arthritis)
- Metatarsalgia (Forefoot Pain)
- Rheumatoid Foot Problems
- Foot & Ankle Swellings
- Toe Deformities
- Bunion surgery – Open
- Bunion surgery – Minimally Invasive
- Big Toe fusion
- Minimally Invasive foot surgery
- Morton Neuroma Excision
- Replacement of Big Toe joint
- Rheumatoid forefoot reconstruction
Ankle & Hind-foot Conditions
- Foot Arthritis
- Ankle Arthritis
- Foot & Ankle Sport Injuries
- Ankle Instability
- Ankle Cartilage Lesions
- Achilles Tendon Disorders
- Planter Fasciitis
Ankle & Hind-foot surgery
- Ankle replacement
- Ankle Fusion
- Ankle Ligament repair & reconstruction
- Reconstruction of Ankle Cartilage Lesion
- Ankle Arthroscopy
- Mid & Hind foot fusions
- Flat-foot reconstruction
- Flexible Flat-foot correction in kids
- Achilles Tendinopathy Surgery
- Planter Fasciitis Topaz Coblation
Limb Reconstruction Conditions
- Complex Foot Deformities
- Mal-united Tibial Fractures
- Non-united Tibial Fractures
- Ankle Fusion Non-union
- Limb Length Discrepancy
- Ankle Arthritis in Young Adults
Limb reconstruction surgery
- Complex Foot Deformity correction
- Limb Lengthening
- Ankle Distraction
For only Foot & Ankle conditions and procedures click here.
For only Limb Reconstruction conditions and operations click here.
To view some of Mr. Shalaby’s lectures and videos click here.
Dear Mr Shalaby, Thank you for bringing my foot back to what it was, and for inspiring so many of my artworks. I wish you all the best in the future, and I hope you can continue to inspire hope in others, as you did in me.Mr A J, 15 years old – Revision of EHL tendon repair
Dear Mr Shalaby Last year you operated on my ankle. It was badly broken and the joint was damaged. I was in doubt what the outcome of the Joint replacement would be. However I thought you would like to know that the operation was great success and I am walking now very well without a stick. I would like to thank you for all your professional care.Mr J G, 64 years old – Advanced post-traumatic Ankle Arthritis
Dear Mr Shalaby I cannot thank you enough for sorting out the severe deformities of my toes and the pain I was experiencing in the ball of the foot. The operation gave me my life back.Mrs E J, 55 years old – Rheumatoid Forefoot deformities
Dear Mr Shalaby My grateful thanks for your excellent professional care. My husband and I are very impressed with all the care and of course the results. Thank you.Mrs M M, 62 years old – Severe flat foot deformity
Dear Mr Shalaby Just a brief word to thank you for the excellent job you did on my ankle. After suffering years with my ankle pain, I can now say I have had no pain since the day of the operation and my overall walking ability has improved significantly.Mrs M G, 58 years old – Ankle fusion for congenital Dysplastic Ankle
Dear Mr Shalaby After the ankle ligament surgery, you performed I am back to all the sports I wanted to do and I can finally trust my ankle again. I am also writing to tell you that I have just manged to climb Mount Kilimanjaro. I greatly appreciate you help.Mr J A, 34 years old – Lateral ligament repair for Ankle Instability
Dear Mr Shalaby Just to let you know that last week I completed the 97-mile West Highland Way Walk with a group of friends. So again, many many thanks.Mrs S M, 30 years old – Bilateral Bunion Correction