Dinesh Nathwani graduated from Sheffield University Medical School in 1991.
His basic and higher surgical training was in the North West Mersey Rotation. He was appointed as Consultant & Hon Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust in 2004.show more
He is a fellowship trained knee surgeon having completed a Computer Assisted Surgery Fellowship in Perth, Western Australia in 2005. Following this he also completed a fellowship in knee ligament reconstruction and unicompartmental knee replacement in Sydney, Australia.
His area of special interest is in knee reconstruction both acute soft tissue and bone conserving arthroplasty using Computer Navigated Surgery.
He is also a member of the Orthoplastic Trauma Reconstruction primary and tertiary referral service at Charing Cross Hospital with 4 years of experience in Complex Lower Limb Trauma Reconstruction utilizing Circular External fixation methods.
Since returning from his fellowships he has continued developing the techniques of Knee reconstruction using Computer Aided techniques and has performed all of his knee replacements using the technology. He is on development panels for continuing to develop the growing technology and this is his main area of research.
He is a faculty member on several national and international knee and trauma reconstruction courses teaching to surgeons of all grades. He is a member of the British Association of Surgeons of the Knee, the British Orthopaedic Association and the 2020 Knee Group. He is one of the Co-Founders of Precision Surgery Orthopaedic Group.
Interview with Mr Nathwani
Clinical trial of the BioPoly implant
Honorary Clinical Senior LecturerImperial College Healthcare NHS Trust
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