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Mr Nish Chirodian

Mr Nish Chirodian

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Practising at

Spire Norwich Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Nish Chirodian at Spire include:

Orthopaedics at Spire Norwich Hospital

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Professional profile

Having qualified from Cambridge University, I trained as a surgeon mainly in the east of England, specialising in Orthopaedic surgery on the Cambridge East Anglian Training Rotation.

I was appointed as a Joint Replacement fellow at the Norfolk and Norwich Hospital and then worked as a consultant at Addenbrooke’s Hospital Cambridge, prior to my appointment at the NNUH.

I am currently the orthopaedic department's Clinical Director at the NNUH.

My main interest is joint replacement surgery, including both hip resurfacing and replacement, hard bearing surfaces, unicompartmental knee replacement and revision surgery.

Clinical Interests

Orthopaedic surgery
Hip surgery
Hip revision surgery
Knee surgery
Hip resurfacing

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Current NHS posts

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital NHS Trust

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Private contact details

Telephone 01603 255 574
Private secretary Bella Burrell
Private secretary telephone 01603 516 525
Private secretary email norwichorthopaedics@gmail.com

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