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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Dr Srinivasan Srirangan at Spire include:
Rheumatology: Back pain, Connective Tissue Disease, Osteoarthritis, Osteoporosis, Pain management, Rheumatoid arthritis, Soft tissue rheumatism,
After reading medicine and completing my medical degree (MBBS) with a first class, I undertook my postgraduate medical training in various teaching hospitals in the North West of the UK (2001-2005) and was awarded membership of the Royal College of Physicians (London) in 2005. I subsequently undertook higher specialist training in rheumatology and general internal medicine in London and South East England. This had included three years training (2008-2011) at the Academic Research Unit at King's College Hospital and Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital London. During this period, I was awarded an MSc in rheumatology from King's College London. I successfully completed the specialty certificate examination for rheumatology in 2011 and was awarded the post nominal MRCP (UK) (Rheum).I have been working as a consultant in the NHS since 2011 and have a great interest in undergraduate and postgraduate medical education.
I have had extensive training in all aspects of rheumatology and general internal medicine.
I am the LFG lead and Royal College tutor for medicine and have a keen interest in postgraduate medical education.
Member Royal College of Physicians (UK) 2005.
Member British Society of Rheumatology 2006.
Member National Osteoporosis Society 2013.
Member Medical Protection Society 2012.
Member General Medical Council 2014.
Royal College tutor and LFG lead for Medicine 2014 - current.
Consultant Rheumatologist Medway Maritime and Darent Valley Hospital.Back to top
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