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Mr Nikhil Pradhan

Mr Nikhil Pradhan

Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon
FRCS (Tr &Orth), FRCS (Glag), MCh (Orth), MBBS MS (Orth), D (Orth), FCPS (Orth), DNB (Orth)

Practising at

Spire Cheshire Hospital

Spire Manchester Hospital

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Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Nikhil Pradhan at Spire include:

Orthopaedics

Other treatments

Hip revision surgery, foot surgery, ankle surgery, lower limb arthoplasty, THR and TKR in young adults, unicondylar knee replacement and hip and groin service.

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Professional profile

I qualified in Bombay, India and underwent training as a specialist registrar in the Liverpool region. I then underwent sub specialist fellowship training for hip surgery at Wrightington Hospital before taking up my post specialising exclusively in lower limb surgery at Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust.

I am an orthopaedic surgeon specialising in surgery of the hip, knee, foot and ankle. My elective practice is exclusively in lower limb surgery and knee arthroplasty. I offer a range of implants for hip and knee replacement including hip resurfacing, small incision hip and knee surgery and unicompartmental knee replacement. I have a major interest in revision hip and knee replacement. I have a keen interest in research and I have a number of presentations and publications.

As a consultant orthopaedic surgeon I have performed the first iASSIST total knee replacement in the UK at Spire Cheshire Hospital. Zimmer iASSIST knee is an advanced surgical guidance system designed to improve the accuracy and alignment of total knee replacement surgery.

I perform a considerable number of revision total hip replacement and total knee replacement procedures. I also perform resurfacing hip replacements and uni-compartmental knee replacements.

I have pioneered the signature total knee replacement and the iASSIST total knee replacement, and I have treated one of the largest number of patients using these procedures in Europe.


Clinical Interests

Orthopaedic surgery
Hip surgery
Knee surgery
Arthroscopy
Foot surgery
Hip resurfacing
Hip revision surgery
Osteoarthritis
Soft tissue injuries
Sports injury

Hip and knee total joint replacement (arthroplasty), unicompartmental knee (partial knee replacement), hip resurfacing, revision hip and knee replacement, foot and ankle surgery, signature knee replacement, surgical management of hip and knee arthritis, arthroscopic knee surgery, meniscal and articular cartilage surgery and iASSIST knee (personalised patient specific knee and customised knee replacements).

Private contact details

Website http://www.nikhilpradhan.co.uk
Private secretary Ms Chris Davies
Private secretary telephone 01925 710 401
Private secretary email chris8davies@tiscali.co.uk
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Qualification and professional memberships

M.B.B.S / Bombay, India / 1988
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery

D (Orth) / Bombay, India / 1991
Post Graduate Diploma in Orthopaedics

M.S (Orth) / Bombay, India / 1992
Master of Surgery (Orth)

FCPS (Orth) / Bombay, India / 1992
Fellowship of the College of Physicians and Surgeons (Orth)

D.N.B (Orth) / India / 1993
Diplomat of National Board (Orth)

MChOrth / Liverpool, UK / 1997
Master of Orthopaedic Surgery

FRCS (Tr & Orth) / Edinburgh, UK / 1999
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons

FRCS / Glasgow, UK / 2003
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons


Professional leadership

MAC Orthopaedic Lead at Spire Cheshire Hospital

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Current NHS posts

Consultant orthopaedic and trauma surgeon, Warrington and Halton Hospitals NHS Foundation Trust

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Research and Publication


Articles

Salvage revision total knee replacement using the Endo-Model rotating hinge prosthesis.
December 2004

Primary total hip replacement: a comparison of a nationally agreed guide to best practice and current surgical technique as determined by the North West Regional Arthroplasty Register.
March 2004

Survivorship analysis of 3234 primary knee arthroplasties implanted over a 26-year period: A study of eight different implant designs
January 2006

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