Mo Salhab MD, MRCS, MS, PG Dip, FRCS

Oncoplastic, Reconstructive & Aesthetic Breast Surgeon


Private Sec:  01274550842     

Clinic Bookings: 01274550620

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Mr Salhab is a Consultant Oncoplastic Breast Surgeon, specialist in the diagnosis and management of breast diseases.  He holds full registration with license to practice on the GMC Specialist Register. He holds a substantive consultant post and Breast specialty lead at Bradford Teaching Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust, based at St Luke's Hospital and Bradford Royal Infirmary.

Mr Salhab also sees patients with private medical insurance and self-funded patients at the Yorkshire Clinic.  NHS patients can request via the GP choose and book system  to be referred to see Mr Salhab at the Yorkshire Clinic or at St Luke's Hospital.  ​His NHS and Private practice is focused only on breast diseases and disorders. He is the Breast specialty clinical Lead and a member of the multidisciplinay team at Bradford Breast Unit.​

Mr Salhab specialises in the diagnosis and management of diseases of the breast, including:

  • Benign breast disease, breast pain, nipple discharge and breast  infections.  
  • Family history, Breast cancer risk evaluation and genetic breast disease.  
  • Breast Cancer screening, diagnosis and management and  sentinel node biopsy
  • Immediate and delayed breast reconstruction and nipple reconstruction. 
  • Cosmetic breast surgery (Augmentation, Reduction and Uplift)
  • Correction of breast abnormalities, nipple inversion and tuberous breasts
  • Correction of breast deformities by fat transfer and lipofilling
  • Male breast problems and gynaecomastia.​




This website aims to present my patients and their relatives with information regarding my practice and procedures I offer to treat different breast disorders including benign breast disease, breast cancer,  breast reconstruction and cosmetic breast surgery. The information provided in this website will enable women with breast symptoms to understand their conditions more fully, help to alleviate any anxieties, and allow them to actively participate in their treatment.
It is essential that women with breast symptoms see their General Practitioner. Referral to the local Breast Unit may be necessary for further examination and assessment by a specialist breast surgeon.