Paresh Sonsale graduated in Medicine from Mumbai University in 1986. He completed his Orthopaedic Residency at King Edward VII Memorial Hospital in 1992. He was ranked first at KEM hospital and second in University of Mumbai. He completed diploma in Orthopaedics with Distinction and was ranked first in College of Physician and Surgeons exam. Later he worked for 3 years as Senior University lecturer.
After moving to the UK in 1995, he joined Nottingham/Mid Trent Higher Surgical Training Programme. He later went to Cambridge/East Anglia Orthopaedic training programme to complete training in Orthopaedics where he was awarded Certificate of Completion of Surgical Training.
During his training he was awarded the following fellowships: Knee Fellowship at Nottingham University and Derby Hospitals, Shoulder Fellowship, Pulvertaft Hand Fellowship. During his knee fellowship, he was trained for primary and revision knee replacement, ACL/PCL ligament reconstruction, meniscus repair and knee arthroscopies.
Mr Sonsale was also trained at Nottingham City Hospital shoulder and elbow unit. In the last year of his training he worked at Norwich upper limb and trauma unit. His NHS practice includes dealing with sports injuries, knee and shoulder injuries. He also provides a specialist hand service including treatment of thumb arthritis, carpal and cubital tunnel syndrome and Dupuytren's contracture etc.
Mr Sonsale works for the Royal College of Surgeons England, University of Birmingham and NHS England. He is involved in teaching and training of junior doctors. He is on panel of examiners for the Royal College of Surgeons and University of Birmingham.