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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Parmjit Sian at Spire include:
I am an orthopaedic surgeon with sub specialist expertise in spinal surgery; I have a specific interest in the cervical spine, degenerative conditions and spinal tumours. I have also trained in less invasive techniques and I commonly use the Wiltse approach for my lumbar surgery, which leads to less soft tissue injury.
I started my surgical training by studying at Leicester Medical School where I qualified in 1999. I then went to the Yorkshire School of Surgery for my core training and Greater Manchester for my higher surgical training. Once I obtained my CCT I did my fellowship at the prestigious Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham.
Having undergone a travelling fellowship in America, I attended the John Hopkins University Hospital. This allowed me to be trained in many different techniques for spinal surgery. I then started as a consultant with the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham for approximately three years before returning back to the north.
I am regularly involved in teaching the junior doctors and spinal fellows and I am a participating member of the British Spinal Registry and regularly conduct audits of my practice to improve patient services.
Research interests: Less invasive surgical techniques, imaging of the spine.
Lumbar spine disorders
Special clinical interests: Cervical spine surgery, degenerative spine, spinal tumours.
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In my spare time I enjoy playing chess and badminton.Back to top
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