Mr Asit Arora
Mr Arora is an award-winning ENT, Airway Head & Neck Consultant Surgeon with a sub-specialist tertiary referral practice in Airway Head & Neck Cancer Surgery at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London. Mr Arora treats all forms of ENT diseases.
Transoral robotic surgery (TORS)
Our robotic surgeons are world leaders at treating head and neck cancers and ear, nose and throat conditions with transoral robotic surgery. Find out more.
3 consultants available
Grommets for glue ear
Grommets are small plastic ventilation tubes that help the air to flow into the middle ear and prevent fluid from collecting.
5 consultants available
Our specialist ear, nose and throat surgeons draw on years of experience to offer tonsillectomy procedures. This can treat recurring tonsillitis attacks.
8 consultants available
Head and neck services
The Head and Neck Rapid Diagnostic Clinic provides quick access to a bespoke, comprehensive care pathway at The London Clinic.
Deviated septum surgery
Our specialist surgeons draw on years of experience to offer septoplasty surgery to straighten and reposition a deviated septum.
8 consultants available
Mr Arora is an award-winning ENT, Airway Head & Neck Consultant Surgeon with a sub-specialist tertiary referral practice in Airway Head & Neck Cancer Surgery at Guy’s and St Thomas’ Hospitals, London.
Mr Arora treats all forms of ENT diseases. He studied Medicine at Manchester Medical School graduating with Honours and winning several undergraduate prizes including best research student.
His specific skills and experiences include 3 Head & Neck Fellowships in Robotic Head & Neck centres of international repute. He pioneered Robotic Head and Neck surgery in the UK and established the 1st training program in TORS (Trans oral robotic surgery). This was the focus of his PhD at Imperial College London that culminated in several clinical trials, 15 peer review publications, 6 prestigious research prizes and 4 research grants. He remains at the forefront of surgical innovation and clinical translation in ENT- Head & Neck surgery and is recognised as a Key opinion leader in TORS. He is internationally recognised for his work in healthcare quality improvement having founded the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative, a worldwide network of top healthcare institutions which The National Institute for Health recognised as an exemplar for patient safety.
He has extensive clinical, research, education and training experience which includes over 50 peer-reviewed publications, 30 abstract publications, 10 book chapters, 20 research awards, 25 invited keynote national/international lectures, over 90 national/international presentations and grants awards of 1.1 million pounds. He leads the Education Committee of the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative responsible for international webinar delivery to thousands of healthcare professionals in over 20 countries. He is the founder/director of 7 postgraduate courses including the internationally renowned London Head & Neck Dissection course which he set up in 2006. He is the author of 2 specialist textbooks in Thyroid & Parathyroid Disease and Robotic Head & Neck Surgery.
He pioneered Transoral robotic surgery (TORS) in the UK and runs a specialist tertiary referral practice in Airway and Head & Neck Cancer Surgery at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospitals, London. he is an international authority in robotic surgery and Tracheostomy, recognised for his work in healthcare quality improvement having founded the Global Tracheostomy Collaborative - a worldwide network of top healthcare institutions that The National Institute for Health Research highlights as an exemplar for patient safety.
- General ENT
- Robotic surgery
- Thyroid and parathyroid disease
- Sleep/snoring & obstructive sleep apnoea
- Hearing loss
- Neck lumps
- Sinus surgery
He pioneered Transoral robotic surgery (TORS) in the UK and runs a specialist tertiary referral practice in Airway and Head & Neck Cancer Surgery.
- Year qualified 1998
- University of Manchester 1998
- Fellow membership of the Royal College of Surgeons England 2003 - 2005
- Two head and neck fellowships, one in Hamburg, Germany and another at St George’s Hospital, London