We are located in the quiet village of Chaddesley Corbett. Nestled in the heart of the countryside there is no rush hour traffic to contend with or lengthy waits for a parking space and the clinic benefits from ample parking which is free of charge to our patients.
We would be delighted to see you for an initial consultation at The Chaddesley Clinic, supported by his clinical assistant Sophie. We can undertake local anaesthetic procedures onsite and we also have access to private hospitals in the local area.
Demetrius Evriviades is an NHS Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive Surgeon at the New Queen Elizabeth Hospital and carries out private work at The Chaddesley Clinic, BMI The Priory Hospital , BMI Droitwich Spa Hospital, Nuffield Hereford and Spire Southbank.
He provides a comprehensive, plastic surgical practice in the Midlands and Worcestershire. Demetrius practises all aspects of plastic and cosmetic surgery, with a particular interest in Lipo-Abdominoplasty (tummy tuck).
Demetrius is on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery and he holds the FRCS(Plast) Examination. He is a Full Member of the British Association of Plastic, Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons (BAPRAS) and the British Association of Aesthetic Plastic Surgeons (BAAPS) at the Royal College of Surgeons of England, the governing and representative body for Plastic Surgery in the UK.
Born in Derby, Demetrius was educated at Nottingham High School before attending Liverpool Medical School to read Medicine, graduating MB ChB BSc(Hons) in 1994. He has served in the Royal Air Force Medical Branch since 1992. He trained initially in general practice before surgical training in Portsmouth, Peterborough, Stoke Mandeville and Southampton, qualifying MRCS(Ed) in 2000.
After a period spent researching new treatments for chemical burns, he went on to complete an intensive training program in Plastic and Reconstructive surgery in the UK and overseas at the prestigious Wharton Centre for Head and Neck Surgery, Toronto qualifying FRCS (Plast) in 2007. During this time, he completed Advanced Surgical Fellowships in Cosmetic Surgery, Nasal Surgery, Breast Reconstruction, Eyelid Surgery, and Microsurgery.
Demetrius lives in Worcestershire with his wife and four young children. He enjoys life drawing, portrait sculpture and trying to keep up with his son at Karate classes.
George Filobbos is a Consultant Plastic and Reconstructive surgeon, and the Clinical Lead for the Plastic Surgery Department at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham.
George undertook his plastic surgery training in the UK, and during his training he was awarded the prestigious National TIG (Training Interface Group) Fellowship specialising in Cosmetic and Reconstructive Surgery. This fellowship is approved for training by the GMC. He has also successfully completed fellowships in Extremity Reconstruction and Skin Oncolog.
He gained Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in Plastic Surgery (FRCS Plast) in 2016 and he is on the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery.
George has published extensively in plastic surgery with over 30 research articles, and he has presented his work at multiple insternational academic conferences. He holds Masters degrees in Surgery and Wound Healing, and he is the senior author of a plastic surgery textbook.
George provides expert care in all aspects of plastic and reconstructive surgery, from breast procedures, body contouring to facial cosmetic surgery and skin cancers. He takes pride in his rapport with patients, always listening to patients’ priorities and working with them to achieve their goals.
Mohamed Maher is a full-time Plastic Surgery Consultant at Queen Elizabeth Hospital Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, which is one of the largest units in the country. As well as being a clinician, he is also the clinical governance lead for the department.
Mohamed has more than 19 years experience in the field of plastic surgery. After graduating from medical school in Cairo – Egypt 2001, he finished his internship in medicine and surgery before joining his residency program in plastic surgery and graduating with a Masters Degree.
Further more he completed his training in plastic, cosmetic, and reconstructive surgery in the UK where he worked in esteemed units, the likes of Royal Preston Hospital, and Queen Elizabeth Hospital. He was awarded the European Board of plastic surgery (EBOPRAS) in 2014, as well as the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons in plastic surgery (FRCS Plast) in 2016.
Mohamed has also been awarded The Baron Prize by the British Association of Plastic Reconstructive and Aesthetic Surgeons – BAPRAS. He also underwent specialist fellowships at Imperial College London and Broomfield Hospital Chelmsford to further refine his skills.
He enjoys performing cosmetic facial surgery, breast enhancing surgery, as well as body contouring – including post massive weight loss, for both men and women. This is in addition to non-surgical aesthetic procedures.
On the NHS his practice also includes surgical and non surgical management of skin cancer, reconstructive microsurgery as well as extremity reconstruction. He is on the GMC specialist register for plastic surgery as well as being on the training commitee for plastic surgery trainees in the West Midlands.