20 February 2018
Join us at our patient event about the weight loss balloon procedure.
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Rishi Chana at Spire include:
I am a lower limb orthopaedic specialist and an expert in treating people who have hip pain in adults both young and old. I have successfully treated active patients with hip and knee preservation surgery and have returned them to their targeted athletic / sporting goals. My aim is to preserve the hip or knee joint where possible. I have developed a multidisciplinary super team protocol for pain relief from trochanteric bursitis, hip & buttock pain, ITB syndrome and lower leg pain as these conditions often occur in conjunction with active patients and people suffering from arthritis. In patients with arthritis, I provide an enhanced rehabilitation joint replacement regime and have a cohort of very happy customers.
As part of the lower limb service, I also treat conditions of the foot and ankle including Ankle Ligament Injuries and Fractures, Tendo-Achilles problems, Plantar Fasciitis and Bunion correction. This holistic approach allows me to see and approach the patient's problems as a whole rather than putting each part into a 'box'. I have had excellent feedback from my care and encourage you to kindly review this on: https://www.iwantgreatcare.org/doctors/mr-rishi-chana.
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MB BS / Royal Free Hospital School of Medicine / 1998
Bachelor of Science
British Hip Society
British Assiciation of Surgeons for the Knee
British Foot & Ankle Society
International Society of Hip Arthroscopy
British Orthopaedic Association
I want great care
Lower Limb Lead for Ashford & St Peters Hospital 2017
Ashford and St Peter's HospitalBack to top
I enjoy spending time with my wife and two kids, my son, Ronak is 8 and daughter, Sohani is 2. We are a foodie family and my passion is the barbecue. Check me out on instagram!Back to top
15 February 2018
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