Ash Soni is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, specializing in sports injuries (Complex Knee, Hip, Shoulder) and Knee Arthroplasty.
Mr Soni graduated in 2003 with honors. He started his surgical training in London, following which he moved to Leeds for higher surgical training. After passing FRCS, he spent a year at specialist centres in Yorkshire acquiring skills in Knee Arthroscopy & Arthroplasty.
He was appointed to a prestigious one year “Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Fellowship” at the world-renowned University of Pittsburgh Center for Sports Medicine where he learned to provide the highest quality of care to professional and amateur sportsmen. It was here that he mastered advanced arthroscopy skills of Knee, Hip & Shoulder under the guidance of Dr Freddie Fu, Dr Christopher Harner and Dr James Bradley. Mr Ashish is the first British Orthopaedic Surgeon to complete this prestigious Fellowship.
He has served as team physician for many college and professional teams, including the Pittsburgh Steelers (NFL), Pittsburgh Penguins (NHL), and Pittsburgh Ballet.
Ash is an award-winning researcher and innovator who has developed surgical techniques and frequently delivers expert lectures internationally. He has numerous peer-reviewed publications and his research has been presented at various national & international meetings. He has also authored numerous book chapters related to sports injuries and is a reviewer for AJSM & KSSTA journals. His research focuses on the relationship of patient related outcomes & kinematics after Arthroscopic reconstructions. He is a keen educator and leads the Orthopaedic teaching program at Homerton University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust.
Ash believes in providing the highest quality evidence based operative and non-operative care to his patients. He prides himself in offering modern minimally invasive, state of the art solutions in a compassionate manner.
Outside of work, Mr Ashish enjoys outdoor activities and is a keen racquet player. He also loves spending time with his family.