Hassan Ridha MA(Cantab) MB ChB MSc FRCS

Hassan Ridha

Mr Hassan Ridha is a Trauma & Orthopaedic Specialist Surgeon with over thirty years of clinical experience, with the last twenty years whilst working at Noble’s Hospital, Isle of Man.

He graduated in Medicine in 1986 and undertook his specialist Trauma & Orthopaedic training in Ireland, obtaining his Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons (FRCS) in

1994, before completing his MSc in Surgical Science at Imperial College, London, in 1996.

Following completion of Higher Specialist Training in Ireland in 2002, he moved to the Isle of Man where he works as a senior member of the Trauma & Orthopaedic Department at Noble’s Hospital.

With a career spanning more than thirty years, Mr Ridha has a wealth of skills and expertise in many aspects of orthopaedics, including hip and knee issues, shoulder and upper limb, spine, foot & ankle, and trauma.

Mr Ridha is renowned for his personal touch and patient-centric approach and believes in involving patients in their treatment plans, ensuring that they understand their condition and the available treatment options.

If you are seeking an expert orthopaedic consultation from an experienced, dedicated specialist, we invite you to book a consultation with Mr Ridha. His experience, compassionate approach, and dedication to patient outcomes make him a top choice for your orthopaedic care.

Disclaimer: any investigations carried out on Island will be through Manx Care, and any orthopaedic surgery carried out through Manx Care waiting lists, unless you wish to consider off Island care, at which point a referral can be made at your request Please note Ruth Cooil Physiotherapy cannot be responsible for any waiting lists, consultations, or investigations carried out by external providers. Ruth Cooil Physiotherapy orthopaedic consultations do not routinely include the price of any drug prescription costs or injections, please see each consultation for full details as to what is included prior to booking. Please be aware this not an emergency service, and should you have any life threatening symptoms please seek urgent medical help through your local healthcare provider.