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Mr. Verma is the only paediatric orthopaedic surgeon serving the Beds, Bucks and Herts regions. He covers all orthopaedic needs from birth to adolescence.


Mr. Shobhit Verma

Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon

Mr. Shobhit Verma is a highly specialised paediatric orthopaedic consultant, employed at the Bedfordshire Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. He is the only Consultant who provides exclusive and dedicated Private/NHS paediatric orthopaedic services to Luton and the surrounding counties of Bedfordshire, Hertfordshire and Buckinghamshire.

What Our
Patients Are Saying



  • “Absolutely Outstanding”
    Mr Verma and his amazing secretary, went above and beyond to care for my son. Having been to A&E on a few occasions with multiple knee injuries due to football and consultants not being able to identify the underlining reasons we sought private help. Mr Verma was...
    ~ Sam Bloxham ~
  • Simply the best!!
    Dr Verma is an inspiration to all and highly professional.
    He has such a great demeanour with the children and the kids respond to this.
    Highly recommend.
    ~ Jack Pickett ~
  • Mr Verma agreed to see my 9yr old son following a football injury and instantly knew what the problem was following 6 weeks of us trying to find an answer from the conventional routes. I wrote to him on the Sunday evening and on Monday morning his amazing secretary responded with an appointment tha...
    ~ Melanie Henry ~

Congenital Limb

Congenital deformities of the lower limbs are developmental disorders that cause alterations in the shape and appearance of the legs. Several factors, including genetics, influence the foetal growth in the womb, and exposure to teratogenic drugs and chemicals can increase the risk of congenital deformities.

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Research & Publications

  • Research 1

    Luton & Dunstable Hospital

    Principal investigator Of BOSS Study, Recruited and operated on two cases for the study.

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  • Research 2

    Intra-articular Pigmentation of Synovium: An Unusual cause

    An unusual greyish brown discolouration of the Knee joint synovium was found .

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  • Research 3

    Osteoarticular Infections in Children

    An Update based on recent Literature, Regional Meet at Birmingham Children Hospital, July 2016.

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Plate Injuries

Growth plates, also called epiphyseal plates or physes, are the areas of growing cartilaginous tissue found at the ends of the long bones in children. These growth plates determine the length and shape of the mature bone. The growth plates are more susceptible to damage from trauma because they are not as hard as bones.

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