Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Raman Kalyan at Spire include:
Following my extensive and unique experience for the last 20 years from numerous world renowned spinal centres, I joined as consultant spinal surgeon at Spire Washington Hospital. I started my training in spinal surgery in the famous institution Christian Medical College Hospital in India in 1992. In Europe, I received advanced training in spinal surgery by attaining the prestigious fellowship in Paris and Germany. In UK, from 1998 onwards, I undertook further extensive training and fellowships in Spinal Surgery under various eminent surgeons in Edinburgh, Belfast, Stanmore, London and Nottingham. My broad training and experiences enables my to give my patients an outstanding treatment. As a Clinical lecture (UCL) and Honorary Lecture (Tees), I have good experience of conducting various courses and teaching programmes.
I have a methodical and comprehensive approach to patients diagnosis and management. I successfully treat most of my patients using simple non-operative measures. I undertake surgery only failing the appropriate conservative treatment. I choose simple surgical techniques that are tailored to the individual patient's needs, to achieve the best long-term functional outcome. I prefer minimally invasive surgery where appropriate. I lecture in various international & national meetings on management of spinal conditions.
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|Private secretary||Shanthi Kalyan|
MB BS / Bharatidasan University / 1989
Bachelor of Medicine, Bachelor of Surgery
Consultant Spinal Surgeon, James Cook University Hospital, MiddlesbroughBack to top
I am married with 2 daughters. I'm interested in travelling, photography, painting, cricket, chess and charity work.Back to top
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