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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Professor Amit Tolat at Spire include:
I am closely linked with the local university and has been a Royal College Tutor of Orthopaedics since 2009. I am currently on the Specialist Training Committee (STC) of KSS Ddeanery at Medway Hospital. I received an honorary professorship at Bombay University in 2014. I trained as an orthopaedic surgeon at Nair University Hospital in Bombay, India and have subsequently spent ten-years training in the UK at leading centres in Liverpool, Wigan and Sheffield. I gained the CCST in Trauma and Orthopaedics at Kings College, London, where in 2006 I also completed a Senior Clinical Fellowship in Hand and Upper Limb Surgery.
My clinical practice at Spire Alexandra Hospital focuses on common hand, wrist, elbow and shoulder conditions. My surgical expertise covers many common conditions such as carpal tunnel, dupuytren's contracture, tennis elbow, ganglion to arthroscopy of the wrist, elbow and shoulder.. Other areas included surgery for arthritis of the thumb and joint replacement in the elbow and shoulder
I have written a number of scientific papers on my research interests and maintains an academic profile with Honorary Fellowships at Kings and Imperial College, London.
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British Orthopaedic Association.
British Society for Surgery of the Hand.
British Elbow and Shoulder Society.
British Orthopaedic Research Society.
Member of SETSEG.
Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon, Medway Maritime Hospital NHS Foundation Trust. Honorary Research Fellow, Kings College Hospital & University of London Royal College Tutor for Orthopaedics. Specialist Training Committee (STC) lead for KSS deanery. Honorary Professor of Bombay UniversityBack to top
I dedicate most of his spare time in research and academic pursuits towards my career, however, outside medicine my hobbies include cricket, football and golf.Back to top
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