24 September 2018
At Spire Hospitals we work with a number of leading orthopaedic consultants, specialising in the treatment of spinal con…
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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Murali Bhat at Spire include:
I am a Consultant Orthopaedic and Upper Limb Surgeon at Spire Gatwick Park Hospital.
After finishing my orthopaedic training in India, I went on to complete my higher training experience in Portsmouth. I then completed a fellowship in hand surgery at the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham and subsequently in Portsmouth where I learnt most of the advanced surgical techniques in hand and upper limb surgery, including arthroscopy and microsurgical techniques.
During my basic and higher surgical training, I undertook research into the management of wrist problems, including distal radial fractures, scaphoid fractures and perilunate injuries, as well as shoulder problems, including frozen shoulder and impingement.
My current research interests include compression neuropathies in the upper limb and wrist problems. I aim to provide a comprehensive orthopaedic service with a special interest in upper limb and foot surgery.
General Medical Council Number: C4427564Back to top
Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics, Surrey and Sussex NHS Trust.
I have two children, a girl and a boy. I enjoy cricket, cycling and badminton. I spent my entire childhood performing gymnastics at a national and international level, and remain passionate about sports and fitness. I have dedicated my life to my patients and nothing makes me happier than changing their lives for the best.
Holds less than 0.1% of the shares in Spire Healthcare Group plc.
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24 September 2018