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Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Sanjeev Anand at Spire include:
Other treatments include: treatment of meniscal injury including repair, augmentation and meniscal transplant, cartilage injuries in the knee, cartilage restoration and regeneration surgery, patella stabilisation surgery, treatment of young adult knee osteoarthritis, knee re-alignment osteotomy, treatment of knee instability, complex multi-ligament knee reconstruction, treatment for trochanteric bursitis, greater trochanteric pain syndrome, sports injuries of hip and knee, paediatric orthopaedic surgery for kneeds (from age 5 upwards).
I trained in orthopaedics at London, Manchester and Leeds. Upon completion of my UK orthopaedic training, I undertook one year of specialist surgical fellowship training at Sportsmed SA, Australia, before taking up my consultant post. I worked as a consultant knee and hip arthroscopic surgeon at North Tees University Hospital for 7 years, where I was instrumental in developing a sports injury service.
Besides knee replacements, I deal with complex knee injuries in young adults. I have weekly acute knee injury clinics at the NHS and at Spire Leeds to ensure prompt and optimum treatment for these often missed injuries.
I have a special interest in meniscal preservation surgery in young adults and have regularly presented my results at various meetings. I have extensive experience in hip arthoscopic surgery, to deal with selected groin pain conditions and trochanteric bursitis.
I am an executive member of the British Knee Society and have been involved in developing referral guidelines for knee arthroscopic surgery. I am also currently chairing a steering group which is working on national guidelines for ACL injuries.
I am a Royal College of Surgeons’ trainer for arthroscopy skills and regularly conduct workshops for orthopaedic trainees. I am a founder member of ISKSAA, a society which trains surgeons in India on latest surgical techniques. I am also part of the steering group for MCh course in orthopaedics at Teesside University and help organise its teaching programme.
I am editor-in-chief of the Journal of Arthroscopy and Joint Surgery (www.sciencedirect.com/jajs). I am on the editorial board for the Journal of Clinical Orthopaedics & Trauma and reviewer for The Knee and Annals of Royal College of Surgeons. I have published extensively on knee pathologies and regularly get invited to national and international forums, to present my work.
believes in empowering patients with detailed information about their condition. I aim to deliver exceptional quality patient-centred care to achieve best outcome for the patients.
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Consultant orthopaedic surgeon, Leeds Teaching Hospitals Trust
Honorary senior lecturer, University of Leeds
Honorary lecturer, Teeside University
Besides spending time with my family, I try to keep fit with various outdoor pursuits. I have run a couple of marathons and enjoy hill walking. I have recently climbed Mount Kilimanjaro.Back to top