Straight From The Patients
Dr. Deheshi did a Intra Mullary Rod/Nail operation on my wife. Dr. Ben Deheshi is truly a great man, amazing doctor and very caring. He is the kind of doctor that takes the time to make sure you are comfortable with what he is doing during the operation. He informs everyone of what is best to take care of you post operation. He knew exactly what to do. He kept me informed through the whole process through his Nurse P.A.. He is extremely knowledgeable and answered all our questions. I/We would not hesitate to contact Dr. Deheshi for any future operation needs.
Gregg and Penny Graham 2018,
"Thank you so much for the excellent care you have given my sister. She is truly the most wonderful sister in the world and thanks to you and the entire medical team she and I can share many more wonderful memories".
"Dr. Sharif gave my husband the best care possible, saved his life, and allowed him to begin recovery toward quality of life again. His surgical skill is wonderful and his bedside manner so personal both the patient and family feel like he is part of theirs."
"Excellent surgeon - 10 stars if could give him that. Would recommend him to anyone that has cancer. He explains clearing the procedures needed to done if patient has to have surgery. we were told to go to MD Anderson, but did not see why should go there when there is a surgeon like Dr Sharif is right here in town."
"Dr. Sharif was a life saver. I had pancreatic cancer and he took care of me from the beginning like I one of his family. He was able to remove my cancer even though it was locally advanced. I would highly recommend him to any of my family or to anyone else who needs a cancer surgeon. "
"He gave my the mother the chance other oncologists would not and saved her life. I cannot thank Dr. Sharif and his staff enough. Fort Worth is lucky to have him."
From Google+ Reviews,
"He was fantastic. He explained everything and not in all dr. lingo he made it where normal people could understand. He had a great bedside manner. Best surgeon ever."
A surgical oncologist deals with all aspects of cancer from diagnosis to therapy, follow-up, palliative care, and screening. Practiced by some of the most devoted and perseverant medical professionals, surgical oncology is a strenuous and highly demanding profession that involves a multidisciplinary approach as well as an incredibly strong character. Surgical oncologists typically require at least 8 years of post doctoral training prior to establishing their practice. Despite the devastating features of cancer, surgical oncologists continue to fight this terrible and multi-faceted illness employing state-of-the-art technology and outstanding medical abilities. Trained to fight many times an already lost battle, those who choose surgical oncology as a career are endowed with unique medical and personal traits.
- Head and Neck
- Small bowel
- Bile Duct
- Gynecological Oncology
- Bariatric Surgery
- Gastrointestinal Cancer
Dr. Suhail Sharif
Dr. Sharif completed his medical degree at New York Medical College in Vallhalla, New York. He then attended the University of Illinois College of Medicine and Metropolitan Group Hospitals in Chicago, Illinois for his internship and residency in General Surgery followed by Surgical Oncology Fellowship training at The Ohio State University in Columbus, Ohio. Dr. Sharif has offices in Fort Worth and Arlington, Texas. He is affiliated with multiple hospitals in the area, including Baylor All Saints Medical Center, Harris Methodist and Plaza Medical Center in Fort Worth and Texas Health Arlington Memorial and Medical Center of Arlington in Arlington, Tx.
An Orthopedic Oncologist deals with the diagnosis, surgical treatment, follow-up and coordination of care for patients with primary and secondary benign and malignant cancers of bone and soft tissues of the pelvis and extremities. Primary soft tissue cancers are referred to as soft tissue Sarcomas and are often treated with radiation, possible chemotherapy, and surgical removal with a clear margin of normal tissue. Primary bone cancers are referred to as bone Sarcomas and are often treated with chemotherapy when indicated, and limb-sparing surgical removal including bone and a margin of normal tissue, and reconstruction often using a metal bone and joint replacement implant. Secondary cancer of the bone is often due to metastases from other types of cancer such as breast cancer, prostate cancer, lung cancer etc. These metastases can be very painful and cause the bone to break. The goal of surgery is to reconstruct the bone and return the patient to a pain-free higher level of function and improved quality of life.
- Soft Tissue Sarcomas
- Bone Sarcomas
- Soft Tissue Lesions (lumps or bumps)
- Bone Lesions (benign or malignant potential)
- Bone Metastases
- Hip Arthritis
- Knee Arthritis
- General Orthopedic Conditions
Dr. Ben Deheshi
Dr. Deheshi is an experienced Orthopedic Surgeon with subspecialty fellowship training in Orthopedic Oncology. Dr. Deheshi treats patients with general Orthopedic conditions by non-surgical or surgical management as necessary. Dr. Deheshi has a special interest in the management of patients with total hip or knee replacement and revision surgery, primary bone and soft tissue tumors (Sarcomas), and bone metastases, in addition to general Orthopedic conditions. Dr. Deheshi is experienced in innovative technology such as Robotic assisted total and partial knee replacement, computer navigation assisted and 3D-printed customized tumor models and resection techniques. In his oncology practice, Dr. Deheshi routinely use a collaborative approach to every patient with input from radiologists, pathologists, medical and radiation oncologists, and other surgical oncologists as indicated.