Mr Gurudatt Sisodia
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
MBChB, FRCS(Eng) FRCS(Tr & Orth), MSc, BSc
"The Spire Regency Macclesfield has a fantastic working environment. The friendly, team-based approach is driven by a shared goal of achieving the best possible patient experience."
I am a fellowship-trained Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee and hip surgery.
Having started my consultant practice in 2017, I provide expertise in reconstructive and repair surgery for sports knee injuries, in addition to modern surgical techniques for treating both early and established arthritis of the knee and hip.
My surgical experience has had the benefit of working in highly regarded centres with world renowned surgeons and provided me with the skills to deal with a wide range of patients in my field, from professional athletes to older individuals - in order to help each of them reach their full potential.
I specialise in knee and hip surgery, with specific expertise in performing arthroscopic (keyhole) reconstructive or repair surgery for ligament (including the anterior cruciate ligament), cartilage and meniscal injuries of the knee. I offer injectable biologic therapies including PRP and I have particular interests in the treatment of patella instability and anterior knee pain. I also regularly perform total knee and total hip replacements, and I am very much a proponent of partial knee replacement surgery, when appropriate, using implants that have the best long term results in the UK.
Originally from Manchester, I qualified from the University of Leeds in 2005 and undertook my orthopaedic training on the Yorkshire Specialist Training Rotation, which culminated in achieving the FRCS (2014) and my entry on to the Specialist Register in 2015. Following this, my subspecialist training was acquired from highly regarded Knee Fellowships with internationally renowned knee surgeons, namely Prof Nick London in Harrogate and BOA past president, Mr Tim Wilton. I further enhanced my skills by completing a prestigious international year-long Fellowship under the expert tutelage of Dr Jeff Gollish at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital – a designated ‘Centre of Excellence’ and Canada’s highest volume joint replacement centre.
I am Clinical Supervisor for junior doctors in training and I am a Clinical Tutor with Manchester University for senior medical students.
Within my practice there is much emphasis placed on achieving excellent outcomes, based on maintaining high standards of care, tailored to the individual. Above all else, I am dedicated to patient-centred care and I am driven by my commitment to providing patients the right treatment at the right time.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Gurudatt Sisodia at Spire include:
BSc / University of Bradford / 2003
Pharmacology BSc (Honours First Class)
MBChB / University of Leeds / 2005
Bachelor of Medicine and Bachelor of Surgery
MBChB is a degree awarded to physicians as the basis of their training.
MSC / University of Leeds / 2012
Medical Engineering (distinction)
FRCS / United Kingdom / 2014
FRCS Trauma & Orthopaedics
National examinations set by the Royal Colleges of Surgeons for orthopaedic surgeons and one of the requirements for achieving recognition as a Specialist.
GMC (CCT) / United Kingdom / 2015
CCT: Specialist Registration for Trauma & Orthopaedics
Recognition from the General Medical Council allowing a surgeon to practice independently as a Specialist in Orthopaedic Surgery
P.F.C Sigma® cruciate retaining fixed bearing versus mobile-bearing knee arthroplasty: a prospective comparative study with minimum 10-year follow-up; Riaz O, Aqil A, Sisodia GB, Chakrabarty G.P.F.C Sigma® cruciate retaining fixed bearing versus mobile-bearing knee arthroplasty: a prospective comparative study with minimum 10-year follow-up; Riaz O, Aqil A, Sisodia GB, Chakrabarty G.
In my spare time I enjoy racket sports, cycling, running and exploring the outdoors with my wife and two children.