The Manchester Centre for Plastic Surgery and Burns

Mr Humayun Ayub-Khan FRCS(Plast)

Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon


Mr Ayub-Khan has 30 years’ experience as a surgeon, and has worked as a consultant in general surgery for five years and in Plastic Surgery for eight years.

He obtained a postgraduate FRCS diploma in General Surgery in 1992, and the intercollegiate FRCS diploma in Plastic Surgery in 2006. He was awarded an MSc with a merit award in Aesthetic Surgery from Queen Mary University London in 2013.

Mr Khan has an interest in trauma and burns surgery. He was a Consultant in General Surgery for 5 years and trained undergraduate students and postgraduate surgical trainees. During this period, including work in General Surgery, Thyroid Surgery, Paediatric Surgery, Urology and Burns, he treated trauma patients from the Afghan civil war of the 90's. This stimulated his desire to further enhance his experience in plastic surgery.

Mr Khan came to the UK in 2000 and has been a consultant in Plastic Surgery since 2007. He is on the Irish and the UK Specialist Registers for Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery. He has experience in nearly all aspects of plastics and reconstructive surgery, including management and treatment of burns, hand trauma and microvascular surgery.

Mr Khan has considerable experience in breast surgery having performed over 300 breast cases (including reduction, augmentation, mastopexy, gynaecomastia etc). He also has performed over 100 prominent ear corrections.

He has sessions at the Royal Manchester Children's Hospital. Here he manages general paediatric plastic surgery patients. These include congenital skin conditions, vascular malformations, and congenital hand and foot deformities.

Much of Mr Khan’s work in Pakistan included cleft lip/palate repairs, hypospadias, severe burn contractures of the limbs and head and neck. He has a vast perspective of surgery as a whole and brings this into his practice of Plastic Surgery.

General Interests
Mr. Khan has an interest in reading, photography and computing. He has a general interest in all sports, with no particular affiliations, plays squash and swims regularly. He has two daughters and a son. He has family in Pakistan and visits regularly. He is keen to start an exchange program of plastic surgery trainees especially in burns surgery.

Special Interests

Clinic times & locations

UHSM (Wythenshawe Hospital), Thursday afternoons.
RMCH (Children’s Hospital), Monday mornings

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