Mr Pierre Nasr is a surgeon specialising in hip and knee replacements, including revision (redo) surgery based at Northampton General Hospital NHS Trust.
Pierre was born and bred in Buckinghamshire and was schooled at The Royal Grammar School in High Wycombe. He qualified from Imperial College School of Medicine at St. Mary’s Hospital in 2002.
Pierre’s trained at the Oxford University Hospitals Teaching hospitals with specialist training in Orthopaedics at Cambridge University Hospitals, culminating in the prestigious appointment of Chief Resident for Trauma and Orthopaedics in 2012
In 2013, Pierre moved to Australia for further specialist training at world renowned centres of excellence. He spent a year at The Alfred Hospital in Melbourne completing further advanced training in complex hip and knee surgery, including complex limb reconstructions and treatment of severe fractures of the pelvis and hip socket.
Pierre then moved to Perth, Western Australia for more training in the treatment of complex hip and knee joint replacement associated with bone tumours and also computer navigated knee surgery.
Pierre returned to the UK to take up the post of Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Northampton General Hospital, where he has been practicing since 2015. His interests cover hip and knee joint replacements, revision (redo) surgery for hip and knee replacements, treatment of the painful hip and knee replacement, arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery of the knee. Pierre has a very keen interest in all fracture surgery having been through specialist trauma training in Australia.
In his spare time, Pierre enjoys working as a Medical Officer for Formula 1 and at Silverstone motor racing circuit.