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Mr Shobhit Verma

Mr Shobhit Verma is a Consultant Paediatric Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at Luton and Dunstable Hospital.

He specializes in Children and Young Adult Sports Injuries ,Fractures and conditions affecting Children’s lower limbs including Hip, Knees,Foot and Ankle.

He has a special interest in Paediatric and Adult Limb deformity correction and Limb reconstruction.

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FAQs

How do I make an appointment?

Simply call us at +44 7879 387495 during our working hours or you can request an appointment online using this form.

Do I need a referral to make an appointment?

Most medical specialists will accept only referred patients. This is mainly to try to ensure that the specialist you are seeing is appropriate for you and your condition. Check with your insurance company to see if a referral is necessary.

What to bring for your initial consultation?

For your initial consultation, you will need to bring a referral letter from your physician if required.

Here is check list for your initial consultation:

  • Insurance information
  • Referral Letter (if required)
  • Copies of results, X-rays, MRI’s, CT scans etc. and any other relevant information
  • List of medications (if any)

We encourage you to come to your initial consultation with a written list of questions to ensure you don’t forget to ask them when you visit the doctor.

Are the medical records kept private and confidential?

Your Child’s medical file is handled with the utmost respect for your privacy. Our staff is bound by strict confidentiality requirements as a condition of employment regarding your medical records. We will not release the contents of your medical file without your consent.

What Should My Child Wear?

Have your child dressed appropriately. If possible, dress your child in loose clothing that is easy to take off and put on, so that the physician may more easily examine the body part that is bothering your child. For example, shorts are helpful for problems of the lower extremities. Weather may obviously affect what you can wear on any given day.

How long do I need time off work after the surgery?

The postoperative recovery period varies based on the surgery. Generally, it is recommended Children take one-two weeks off school to recover from any surgery . Your surgeon will give you specific instructions to follow for a successful recovery.

How do I contact after hours?

There will be a point of contact 24 hours a day for any concerns you may have. You will be provided with contact details following your treatment.

When it comes to your Child’s care, We know you want the best.