Professor Amjad Shad

Professor M. A. Shad

Neurosurgery 04377793


  • Not Fee assured
  • Open Referral network
Not Fee assured
Open Referral network

Specialises in

  • Brain tumours
  • Spinal tumours
  • Spine

About me

Mr Amjad Shad is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with a well-established private practice at The BMI Meriden Hospital in Coventry, Nuffield Warwick and BMI Three Shires Hospital in Northampton. He has been a Consultant Neurosurgeon at the University Hospital Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust since 2004. In 2009 Mr Shad established the Brain and Spine Services Ltd. to offer healthcare providers and patients information on the modern approaches available to treat brain and spine disorders and neck and back pain.

During his training in Edinburgh, Oxford and the USA he gained extensive experience in spinal conditions, including complex spinal problems and pain relief. Through his research Mr Shad has developed a new technique to treat cervical disc problems. This offers patients an alternative to the traditional method of harvesting graft from the hip bone, which can be painful. This new technique has improved post-operative recovery rates in most patients. Through the Brain and Spine Service he also provides general spinal care services to help patients suffering with back, leg and neck pain.

Where possible Mr Shad performs disc replacement surgery rather than disc fusion, a procedure used to alleviate the symptoms caused by damaged discs. This surgical procedure uses a new medical device designed to replace the disc which sits between the spinal vertebrae. The disc, which is damaged or diseased, is surgically removed and replaced by an artificial disc prosthesis which features a ball and socket design to preserve motion.
Mr. Shad also offers Minimal Invasive and Key hole Spinal Surgery

Throughout his career Mr Shad has embraced new techniques within the neurosurgery field and has been involved in some ground breaking surgeries. This includes the removal of a golf-ball size brain tumour through a patient’s nose. The tumour, a meningioma, was squashing the brainstem in the cerebellopontine angle tucked behind the main arteries supplying blood to the brain. It also had vital nerves that were exiting the brain stretched around its periphery making the surgery challenging. He has also used pin-hole surgery to treat a Tarlov cyst, which had been causing lower back and leg pain to the patient for over 18 years.

Clinic times
BMI The Meriden Hospital
0800 404 6779
By appt

Heath Lodge Clinic Solihull
02476 647070
Thu pm

Back pain assessment
Cervical spine surgery
Craniotomy (Brain Surgery)
Epidural for back pain
Epidural for chronic pain relief
Lumbar laminectomy
Lumbar microdiscectomy
Lumbar spinal decompression
Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (MISS)
Pain management

Areas of interest

Neck pain; Lower back pain; Spinal surgery; Disc disease; Degenerative spine disorders; Pituitary tumours; Skull base surgery; Back pain; Endoscopic procedures; Interventional pain proceadures; Epidural injection; Facet block; Disc prolapse ; Disc replacement; ALIF; PLIF Vertebroplasty; Back pain assessment; Cervical spine surgery; Craniotomy (Brain Surgery);
Discectomy; Epidural for back pain; Epidural for chronic pain relief; Laminectomy; Lumbar laminectomy; Lumbar microdiscectomy; Lumbar spinal decompression; Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery (MISS); Pain management; Scoliosis; Sciatica, Key Hole Surgery

Medical secretaries

Anaesthetists worked with

About me
My qualifications & training
My private practice
Consultant's practices
Information for healthcare professionals

Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)

Procedures completed

Report this page Edit details Print page

The information contained on Finder is submitted by consultants, therapists and healthcare services, and is declared by these third parties to be correct and compliant with the standards and codes of conduct specified by their relevant regulatory body. Bupa cannot guarantee the accuracy of all of the information provided.

You can find out more about the information on Finder and our website terms of use.