Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Maneesh Bhatia at Spire include:
Failed bunion surgery, minimum invasive achilles repair, arthritis of the big toe, rheumatoid foot, sports injuries (ankle instability), deformity correction, arthroscopic ankle fusion, achilles, peroneal and tibialis posterior tendon disorders, flat foot reconstruction, plantar faciitis, extracorporeal shock wave therapy (eSWT).
I am an Orthopaedic surgeon with special interest in Foot and Ankle Surgery.
I trained in the South East Thames (Guy's and St Thomas Hospitals, London) Higher Surgical Training Programme. I completed a one year Foot and Ankle surgery Fellowship at Addenbrookes Hospital, Cambridge and was nominated by the European Foot and Ankle Society as travelling fellow of the year 2009, providing me with an excellent opportunity to visit prestigious Foot and Ankle surgery centres in New York, North Carolina and Dallas.
I have written a chapter on forefoot disorders in the Oxford Textbook of Trauma and Orthopaedics and am involved in a number of research projects at University Hospitals of Leicester.
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MBBS / University of Rajasthan, India / 1993
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
MS (Orth) / University of Rajasthan, India / 1997
Post graduate qualification in Orthopaedics
Post Graduate Diploma in Trauma & Orth / University of Brighton / 2011
Post Graduate Diploma in Trauma & Orthopaedics
FRCS / Edinburgh / 2001
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons (Edinburgh)
FRCS (Tr & Orth) / London / 2007
Fellow of Royal College of Surgeons
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, University Hospitals of Leicester.Back to top
My wife is a GP and we have a young son and daughter. I enjoy swimming, playing cricket, badminton and table tennis. My favourite ways to relax include countryside walks with my family and dog and watching movies.Back to top