Professor Amir Nisar has surgical experience of over 33 years, mostly in United Kingdom and Ireland. He has worked in Dubai for four years.
He is currently working as consultant surgeon in Fakeeh University hospital, Silicone Oasis, Dubai, UAE. Fakeeh University hospital is a state-of-the-art hospital in the heart of Dubai.
It has excellent facilities, theatres and expert teams to look after its patients for most modern management of their clinical conditions.
Fakeeh University hospital offers patient centered service to all its patients. It is the largest private hospital in Dubai, United Arab Emirates and it has the potential of becoming leading hospital in MENA, Asia & Europe.
Professor Amir has 33 years of experience in open and laparoscopic Gastrointestinal surgery. He had his full surgical training in United Kingdom and Ireland in some of the best teaching and training centers. After completion of full training and award of Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT), he practised as a consultant lead surgeon in tertiary referral centre in Kent, United Kindom for more than 10 years.
Professor Amir Nisar excels in traditional and most modern operative approaches to various disease conditions requiring conservative or surgical management. He has been practising, teaching and training Minimal Invasive (Keyhole surgery) at the highest levels in United Kingdom, Europe and Asia for more than 27 years.
He was the director of the International Minimal Access Centre for Surgery (IMACS), Kent England United Kingdom for 6 years. Professor Amir Nisar has been the Director of Oesophageal Physiological Studies in Kent for 10 years. He has served as Executive Council Member in Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland (ALSGBI).
Professor Amir Nisar was an Executive Council Member (Training and Education) in the European Association of Endoscopic Surgeon (EAES) Having mastered the skills in Laparoscopic surgery, now Professor Amir Nisar is particularly interested in making Laparoscopic surgery safe, pain free and cosmetically better than the routinely practiced keyhole/ minimal invasive laparoscopic surgical operations.
Professor Amir Nisar offers surgery for Gall Bladder Disease, Hernias (Simple or complex), Gastro Oesophageal Reflux disease, Gastrointestinal tumours (cancers), and other benign conditions.
His numbers, experience and expertise in these operations surpass many compatriots.
He has excellent expertise in Bariatric surgery and deals with first time weight loss surgery and re-do surgery for complications of bariatric surgery.
His specialist interest and GORD/GERD Anti Reflux surgery and Bariatric surgery has allowed him to deal with GORD after Bariatric surgery (Sleeve Gastrectomy or Gastric bypass operations) in a very efficient and effective manner.
Professor Nisar has several innovations in surgery to his name. These have helped him and his patients in simplifying some of the very complex clinical scenarios and making them easy to deal with. He has been a teacher and trainer in Laparoscopic surgery in United Kingdom, Europe and Asia for 27 years. This allows him to keep in touch with the most modern surgical techniques and allows him to maintain his skills at the highest level.
He is the member of:
- ALSGBI (Association of Laparoscopic Surgeons of Great Britain and Ireland)
- EAES (European Association of Endoscopic Surgeons)
- Member of British Hernia Society
- MBBS, Allama Iqbal Medical College, Lahore, Pakistan, 1986
- FRCS, Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons of Physicians & Surgeons, Glasgow, 1993
- FRCSI, Fellowship of Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland, Dublin, 1993
- FRCS Intercollegiate (Gen.), 2005
- CCT, Certificate of Completion of Training in Surgery, United Kingdom, 2006
- Nationality: British, Pakistani and Irish (Hon.)
Number of Years of Experience in surgery: 33 years
Languages Fluent in: English, Punjabi and Urdu
Professor Amir Nisar has spent all his life developing and promoting safe environments and practices for the patients in many hospitals all over the world.
He continually tries to improve his personal skills and knowledge for further improving care of patients in his hands.
Professor Amir Nisar builds teams par excellence to create centers of excellence for safe patient care and also providing the patients with a positive experience during their arduous journey.
A small example of Professor Amir Nisar’s ethos of patient’s care, personal attention and respect is that all his patients get his personal mobile number for contact. He carries only one phone, where he is reachable to his family, friends and patients alike.
It is being offered at Fakeeh University hospital, Dubai to the patients with Inguinal / Groin hernias with great success.
The accumulative length of cuts in the abdomen is 11mm (nearly just one cm), instead of the standard 30-35mm incisions as in standard Laparoscopic TEP or TAPP repairs.c