Mr Manoj Sood has been practising Orthopaedic Surgery for 17 years and has been in consultant practice for 9 years. He studied medicine at Guys Hospital Medical School, gaining a BSc (Hons) degree before graduating MBBS in 1992. He undertook higher training in Orthopaedics and Trauma at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore and its associated hospitals. He was appointed lecturer to the Professorial Unit at the RNOH and further developed his interest in hip and knee surgery during this post, training in complex and revision joint replacement surgery, arthroscopic surgery, ligament reconstruction and cartilage transplantation.
He undertook further higher training as a Senior Fellow in Hip and Knee surgery both in the UK and in two Centres of Excellence in North America, where he worked with internationally renowned surgeons. At the world famous Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, he worked with Dr Dan Berry and at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto he trained under Prof Alan Gross. He gained additional experience in managing the most complex hip and knee cases.
Mr Manoj Sood holds an NHS Consultant appointment specialising in hip and knee surgery and he runs a specialist hip and knee replacement and revision service and arthroscopic knee and hip surgery service. He has a particular interest in rapid recovery after hip and knee replacement surgery. Mr Sood has performed over 2,000 hip and knee replacements and over 200 revision hip and knee replacements.
Mr Sood has also trained in hand and forefoot surgery, and performs this regularly.
Mr Sood remains active in teaching, clinical research and development of new techniques and surgical instruments. He is involved in teaching the next generation of Orthopaedic Surgeons and has published and presented numerous research papers at national and international meetings. He is a faculty member on a number of post-graduate courses and an instructor on a number of hip surgery training courses.