Dr. Shabi Khan M.D.

Dr. Shabi Khan
Areas of Care:
  • Orthopedics
  • Arthritis

Dr. A. Shabi Khan received his undergraduate degree at the University of California at Berkeley and attended medical school at the University of California at San Francisco. He trained in orthopedic surgery and received his specialist training at Stanford University Hospital. He sub-specialized in Sports Medicine at the Hospital for Joint Diseases in New York, affiliated with NYU.

His team affiliations in the past have included the New York Mets, U.S. Open Tennis Tournament and the Alvin Ailey Dance Company. Currently he has several consulting roles, including San Francisco State University, City College of San Francisco, and Skyline College. He is the team physician for the San Francisco Stingrays, as well as most of the local high schools in the area. Lastly, he consults for many amateur league sports teams in the area.

Dr. Khan sees patients in Daly City.

Dr. Khan specializes in arthroscopic shoulder and knee surgery. Visit his shoulder and knee arthroscopy sites today!
Sports medicine and arthroscopic surgery as a medical science are constantly evolving with sophisticated technology, progressive techniques, and exciting new frontiers. In a continuing effort to keep abreast of these new developments, Dr. Khan regularly attends national and international meetings, where he participates in workshops with colleagues and other specialists. This professional exchange of information ensures that his services are the most up-to-date.

A. Shabi Khan, M.D. Curriculum Vitae

Current Medical Practice:

Peninsula Orthopedic Associates, Inc., August 2002 to present


09/91-06/95 M.D. from University of California, San Francisco
08/87-06/91 Bachelors in Biochemistry from the University of California, Berkeley

Post Graduate Training:

06/95-06/96 General Surgery Internship at University of California, San Francisco
07/96-07/01 Residency Training at Stanford University, Department of Orthopaedics
08/01-07/02 Fellowship in Sports Medicine at Hospital for Joint Diseases, NYU


State of California

Board Certification:

American Board of Orthopaedic Surgery
Subspecialty Certificate in Orthopaedic Sports Medicine


Member of American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Member of American Orthopaedic Society for Sports Medicine
Member of American College of Sports Medicine
Arthroscopy Association of North America
San Mateo County Medical Association

Research Experience:

Department of Orthopaedics, Hospital for Joint Diseases/NYU
Several clinical projects under way within the division of Sports Medicine.
Department of Orthopaedics, Stanford University
Outcome of 30 Consecutive Infected Total Knee Replacement successfully treated with a two stage revision and spacer.
Study evaluating the results of the current Stanford Protocol of two stage revisions for infected total knee replacements past the acute stage and using an antibiotic laden spacer. Planned Submission to Journal of Arthroplasty.
Department of Orthopaedics, University of California, San Francisco
The Natural History of Untreated Asymptomatic Hips in Patients Who Have Non-traumatic Osteonecrosis.
Published in JBJS, Vol. 79-A, NO. 3, March 1997 by Harry E. Jergesen and A. Shabi Khan. Study evaluating the rate of disease progression in asymptomatic hips of patients with non-traumatic osteonecrosis who present with unilateral hip pain. Presented at ARCO: Symposium on Bone Circulation, Abbott Society.

Dr. Khan: Hip Arthroscopic Surgery

Aside from knee and shoulder scope surgeries, Dr. Khan specializes in arthroscopic hip surgery as well. He is thoroughly skilled in hip arthroscopy surgery and it is his surgical method of choice for his patients. The hip arthroscopy procedure offers a less invasive way to repair and look at the injured joint. Because of how minimally invasive the procedure is, hip arthroscopy recovery times are often shorter than if the hip area had to be opened. Dr. Khan is a trusted surgeon with experience in arthroscopic surgery of the hips, shoulders and knees.


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