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Anaesthesia and pain management

Dr Peter Amoroso

Dr Amoroso has been closely involved in The London Clinic robotic program since our first case in 2005. He has experience in several thousand robotic prostatectomy cases, together with other robotic disciplines.

Cardiothoracic Surgery

Mr David R Lawrence

Mr Lawrence is an experienced surgeon in both conventional and minimally invasive thoracic surgical techniques, and he is fully trained to use the da Vinci Robotic Si Surgical System for thoracic surgical procedures. 

Colorectal Surgery

Mr Manish Chand

Mr Chand has considerable experience on the Da Vinci Xi and his practise includes cases overseas on the latest generation machine.

Mr Christos Kontovounisios

Mr Kontovounisios has a clinical interest in colorectal minimal invasive surgery.

Mr Danilo Miskovic

Mr Danilo Miskovic has been performing robotic surgery since 2013, using the da Vinci Si and Xi system. Mr Miskovic is proctor with Intuitive for Europe and a member of the faculty of European Academy of Robotic Colorectal Surgery.

Mr Shahnawaz Rasheed

Mr Rasheed is one of the only surgeons in the UK who is using the da Vinci Xi surgical robot to perform colorectal cancer surgery.

Mr Shahab Siddiqi

Mr Siddiqi has been performing robotic colorectal procedures for over 8 years and has the largest series of robotic operations for rectal prolapse in the UK.

Professor Paris Tekkis

Professor Paris Tekkis was promoted to Professor of Colorectal Surgery in 2011. He specialises in colorectal, robotic and minimally invasive surgery. Professor Tekkis and his team are internationally known for their work in rectal cancer and restorative surgery for inflammatory bowel disease.

EAR, Nose and throat surgery

Mr Jahangir Ahmed

Mr Ahmed has one of the highest volume transoral robotic practices in the UK, utilisng DaVinci systems to treat throat cancers and obstructive sleep apnea.

Mr Asit Arora

He pioneered Transoral robotic surgery (TORS) in the UK and runs a specialist tertiary referral practice in Airway and Head & Neck Cancer Surgery.

Mr Jonathan Hughes

 Jonathan has completed a travelling fellowship to two international centres of excellence in the USA. Memorial Sloan-Kettering is the top cancer hospital in the USA and Hospital of the University of Pennsylvania is a pioneering centre for the use of robotic technology in head and neck surgery. During this time he learnt the very latest minimally-invasive techniques used by world leaders in the field.

Professor Vin Paleri

Vin Paleri has experience with all da Vinci robotic platforms. He has the largest UK experience in transoral robotic surgery and has proctored 13 UK centres.

Mr Paul Stimpson

Mr Stimpson is a member of the Transoral Robotic Surgery (TORS) and minimally invasive head and neck cancer surgery team at UCLH.

Endocrine Surgery

Miss Aimee Di Marco

Miss Di Marco undertook a PhD in surgical technology from the Hamlyn Robotic Centre of Imperial College with fellowships from CRUK and the Rosetrees Foundation.

GENERAL SURGERY

Mr Ajit Abraham

Robotic cholecystectomy (removal of the gall bladder), distal pancreatectomy (pancreas resection), splenectomy, and hepatectomy (liver resection).

Mr Borzoueh Mohammadi

Mr Mohammadi is a specialist in robotic upper GI surgery.

Mr Shahab Siddiqi

Mr Siddiqi has been performing robotic colorectal procedures for over 8 years and has the largest series of robotic operations for rectal prolapse in the UK.

GENERAL and Gastrointestinal Surgery

Mr Ajit Abraham

Robotic cholecystectomy (removal of the gall bladder), distal pancreatectomy (pancreas resection), splenectomy, and hepatectomy (liver resection).

Mr Manish Chand

Mr Chand has considerable experience on the Da Vinci Xi and his practise includes cases overseas on the latest generation machine.

Mr Shahnawaz Rasheed

Mr Rasheed is one of the only surgeons in the UK who is using the da Vinci Xi surgical robot to perform colorectal cancer surgery.

Mr Shahab Siddiqi

Mr Siddiqi has been performing robotic colorectal procedures for over 8 years and has the largest series of robotic operations for rectal prolapse in the UK.

gynaecology

Mr Thomas Ind

Mr Ind performed the first Robotic Hysterectomy in the UK in 2007 and has over 650 cases to his name. Mr Ind is the author of numerous academic papers on robotic surgery and a co-editor of the Textbook of Gynaecological Robotic Surgery, Springer, USA.

Neurosurgery and spinal surgery

Mr Habib Ellamushi

Mr Ellamushi is the lead for minimal access surgery. His expertise includes: cranial surgery, acoustic neuroma, brain surgery, kyphoplasty, vertebroplasty, gamma knife and CyberKnife.

Mr Ahmed Ibrahim

Mr Ibrahim is trained in spinal robotic surgery and is pioneering robotic assisted minimal access spinal tumour surgery with a cardio-thoracic team.

Mr Khai Lam

First UK surgeon trained in ExcelsiusGPS® Robotic Spine System, minimally invasive robotic screws, single position lateral screws, scoliosis, and sacroiliac fusion.

Professor Dipankar Nandi

MRI-guided focussed ultrasound for brain lesions without open surgery expert.

Mr Ben Okafor

Extensive experience in major and complex spine surgery, including minimally invasive surgery, fusion, disc replacement, kyphoplasty and reconstruction.

Orthopaedics

Mr A.J. (Tony) Andrade

Mr Andrade offers knee replacements using the latest robotics-assisted NAVIO surgical system to deliver even greater accuracy during your operation.

Mr David Cox

Mr Cox undertakes patient specific knee replacements, and has been trained in the use of the robotic surgical arm, and computer navigation to improve alignment.

Professor Ali Ghoz

Professor Ghoz is a consultant trauma and orthopaedic surgeon in hip and knee surgery. He has extensive experience in computer aided/robotic assisted surgery. 

Mr Sammy Hanna

Mr Hanna has a specialist interest in computer navigation and robotic-assisted hip and knee replacement surgery.

Mr Rohit Jain

Mr Jain has received training on the use of Robotic Total Knee Replacement Surgery.

Mr Simon Jennings

I am a global expert in robotic surgery and have extensively used the NAVIO system for partial and total knee replacement surgery for over 3 years.

Mr Dinesh Nathwani

Mr Nathwani has a specialist interest in computer navigated surgery. His areas of expertise include NAVIO handheld robotic knee surgery system. He has has pioneered the use of navigation techniques and implant design and total knee replacements in the UK.

Mr Ben Okafor

Extensive experience in major and complex spine surgery, including minimally invasive surgery, fusion, disc replacement, kyphoplasty and reconstruction.

UROLOGY 

Mr Neil Barber

For kidney disorders, Neil has been performing advanced and complex robotic assisted surgery for over ten years using the Da Vinci robot and now the new Versius robot.

Professor Prokar Dasgupta

Professor of Urology, Professor Dasgupta, pioneered robotic urology in the UK. He led the trial and use of robotic surgery for prostate cancer at The London Clinic, using the da Vinci® back in 2005.

Professor John Kelly

John Kelly performs robotic cystectomy for bladder cancer.  He performs robotic neo-bladder and ileal conduit.  Not all patients are suitable for robotic neo-bladder and approximately 30% of John’s patients select this option.  This compares to the UK national average of 7% across all centres. 

John's patients, along with their partners and carers are encouraged to speak to past patients when deciding which option is best for them and, it is usually possible to match new patients with a past patient of similar age and gender.  John has robotic expertise in functional restoration for example nerve spare, intra-fascial and prostate sparing cystectomy in males and vaginal sparing surgery in females. 

A major focus is post-operative care for patients and the minimising complications of surgery. John has published on enhanced recovery for cystectomy and outcomes including the survival from cancer and the recovery for patients following surgery are published in detail.  

Mr Marc E Laniado

Robotic surgeon since 2008: Technique: Retzius-sparing prostatectomy, NeuroSAFE with a suprapubic catheter for better functional recovery, about 100/year.

Mr Senthil Nathan

Mr Nathan has been using robots in his practice for ten years using the da Vinci®. He developed the Probot, and carried out the first true robotic surgery in the world. 

Mr Prabhakar Rajan

Mr Rajan is an international fellowship-trained surgeon who has personally undertaken almost 400 surgeries using the Da Vinci surgical system.

Mr Greg Shaw

Mr Shaw has been trained in robotic surgery through a Royal College of Surgeons Fellowship, and organised the UCLH robotics training fellowship. He has been involved in over 1000 robotic radical prostatectomies and personally performed over 500 robotic radical prostatectomies, using the da Vinci Si.

Mr Prasanna Sooriakumaran (Mr PS)

Mr PS has been using the robot for his surgeries since 2013. PS has been cited as a European Leader in Robotic Surgery by the robot manufacturer, Intuitive Surgical, and performs over 150 robotic procedures per year, making him one of the UK's highest volume robotic surgeons.

Mr Ramesh Thurairaja

Since 2011, Mr Thurairaja has performed close to 200 robotic cysto-prostatectomy cases and 50 robotic urinary reconstruction cases using the da Vinci®  Xi. He is also Clinical Supervisor for the international BAUS recognised Robotic/Open Guy’s Bladder Cancer Fellowship.