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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery , Skull-base surgery

Professor David Choi is a Consultant Neurosurgeon in London, UK.

Private practice at The Wellington Hospital and The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square London.

NHS practice at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, London.

Professor of Neurosurgery, University College London.

Prof Choi graduated from Emmanuel College in 1989 with a first class BA degree in Medical Sciences. Mr Choi then went on to study clinical medicine in Edinburgh (MBChB).  Following this, he then completed his general surgery at the Glasgow Royal Infirmary. and underwent specialist neurosurgical training at the Glasgow Institute of Neurological Sciences, He obtained a PhD in neurodegeneration, and completed specialist training at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery.

Mr David Choi has published numerous peer-reviewed publications and book chapters and was awarded the Hallett Prize medal from the Royal College of Surgeons, London.

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Expert in: Orthopaedic Surgery
Recommended by 1 specialist
Spinal Surgery

My name is James Langdon. I have worked in Hertfordshire as a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon since 2011. My clinical practice is purely dedicated to treating patients with back problems including disc problems (disc prolapse / slipped disc), sciatica, arm pain, neck and back pain, fractures and spinal stenosis. I am an expert in managing disc problems and spinal stenosis. 

When appropriate, I believe in minimal intervention to treat spinal conditions and I will exhaust the non-surgical treatment options (including spinal injections) before recommending surgery. I work closely with physical therapists, radiologists, pain specialists and other health professionals to optimise patients’ treatment prior to undertaking any surgical procedures.I ensure that I take the time to explain things clearly in easy to understand terms, enabling patients to make informed decisions about their treatment options.

My main surgical interest is in the use of minimally invasive spinal surgical techniques. I believe that the use of these techniques reduces post-operative pain, reduces length of hospital stay, and improves patient outcomes. I offer a full range of surgical treatments for degenerative spinal conditions including lumbar microdiscectomy, spinal decompression, minimally invasive spinal fusions, anterior cervical decompression and fusion / disc replacement, balloon kyphoplasty, as well as spinal injections. 

I qualified from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School (now part of Imperial College School of Medicine) in 2000. I undertook my specialist orthopaedic and spinal training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, and I also underwent a one-year UK advanced training fellowship in spinal surgery as part of my training. I have lived in Hertfordshire since 2008 and was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon to West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust (Hemel Hempstead, St Albans and Watford) in 2011, where I am currently the Clinical Director for Trauma, Orthopaedics and Spinal surgery. I have seen patients privately at Spire Harpenden Hospital since 2012.

I am on the GMC specialist register for Orthopaedic surgery. I am a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. I am a member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons, the Spine Society of Europe, and the British Orthopaedic Association. I have published several research papers on trauma and orthopaedic surgery. I have presented this work at both national and international meetings.

Conditions treated: Sciatica; Slipped disc; Spinal stenosis; Disc disease; Spondylolisthesis; Vertebral compression fractures; Lumbar spine (diseases and disorders of); Degenerative spine disorders; Back pain; Spine; Spinal disease; Cervical spine (diseases and disorders of); Neck pain; Spinal surgery; Microdiscectomy; Minimal access / invasive spinal surgery; Spinal injections; Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty; Coccydynia.

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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery

Mr Chaudhary is one of the highest rated Neurosurgical Spinal Consultants in the UK. He is a private Neurosurgeon/Spine Surgeon in Oxford having received gold medals, multiple scholarships and awards for his research on spinal and neurosurgical conditions. He is also an NHS consultant at Oxford University Hospitals having trained at Imperial College (London), University of Toronto and Cambridge (UK). 

Now in his 25th year in medicine, his exclusive neurosurgical adult spinal practise is highly specialised in:

  • Minimally invasive (Keyhole - MASS) spine/daycase surgery for lumbar disc prolapse and spinal stenosis
  • Complex spinal neck reconstructions/surgeries for spinal cord compression/myelopathy and neck/arm pain
  • Intra dural tumours (Schwannoma/Ependymomomas) operated exclusively with complex neuromoniotoring

Mr Chaudhary is only available for private consultations at Nuffield Health The Manor Hospital, Oxford. Appointments can be made by contacting his PA on 02031290934 or by email at private.secretary@spinesirgery.com

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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery

Mr Nitin Patel is a Consultant Neurosurgeon with specialist expertise in Spinal Surgery. 

He completed his Neurosurgical training and higher degree in Bristol from 1992 to 1999. Following a Neurosurgical Fellowship in Melbourne, he was appointed as Consultant Spinal Neurosurgeon at Frenchay hospital in 2000.

Mr Patel is a highly experienced spinal surgeon and his practice includes routine and complex spine procedures in all areas of the spine. 

He has a keen interest in spinal education and teaches both nationally and internationally. He has previously been Training Programme Director for the South West Neurosurgical Programme in the NHS and is currently the clinical lead for spinal Neurosurgery at Southmead hospital in Bristol. Nitin has published several papers on spinal surgery in peer-reviewed journals, including metastatic spine, thoracic disc and lumbar disc conditions, and neuro-navigation systems.  

 

 

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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Skull-base surgery , Spinal Surgery , Neuro-oncology

Mr Peter Bullock is a Consultant Neurosurgeon based in London, UK. Within the field of Neurosurgery, Mr Bullock undertakes mainly intracranial surgery in addition to spinal operations.

 

Upon attaining his medical qualification, Mr Bullock undertook postgraduate neurosurgical training in London and Oxford before commencing work in Nottingham alongside Nobel laureate Peter Mansfield. Together they conducted some of the first dynamic MRI studies of brain tumours in the world. Following his innovative work and research, Mr Bullock was appointed a Consultant Neurosurgeon at King’s College Hospital before travelling to North America to visit leading centres such as Toronto and Chicago. There he trained in minimally invasive techniques in neurosurgery which cause less discomfort for patients and aim to reduce recovery time.

 

Throughout his career, Mr Bullock has performed over 5000 neurosurgical operations and is an expert in both GammaKnife and CyberKnife in addition to the Brainlab neuronavigation system. He specialises in both intracranial and spinal surgical operations such as intradural tumours, lumbar disc prolapse and lumbar canal stenosis. Mr Bullock is very well published, writing papers on a range of specialist subjects in peer-reviewed journals. He has contributed to a large study on clipping and coiling aneurysms published in The Lancet in 2004 and also published a textbook.

 

At present, he is a Consultant Neurosurgeon at King’s College Hospital, Guy’s and St Thomas’s Hospital Trust and Honorary Consultant to Maudsley Hospital and Bethlem Royal Hospital. He has a major interest in medical education and has served on the South East Thames Neurosurgical Training Committee for many years. He is a member of the Society of British Neurosurgeons and an international member of the Congress of Neurosurgery, USA. He frequently lectures and speaks at international conferences and is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons and a Member of the Royal College of Physicians.

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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Neuro-oncology , Spinal Surgery , Paediatric Neurosurgery

Mr Sanjeev Bassi, born in London and educated at Ilford County Grammar School for Boys and Victoria University of Manchester, is a consultant adult and paediatric neurosurgeon who treats patients with brain and spinal problems.

After gaining the Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons, Mr Bassi trained in neurosurgery in Nottingham and obtained his fellowship at the Necker Hospital in Paris and the Montefiore Hospital in New York. He then worked as a paediatric neurosurgical fellow at the Radcliffe Infirmary in Oxford and then as a consultant in adult and paediatric neurosurgery at King's College Hospital and the Evelina Children’ Hospital, St Thomas Hospital.

He has a full adult and paediatric practice for both cranial and spinal surgery. He provides treatment for sciatica, back pain, neck pain, brain tumours, hydrocephalus, brain haemorrhage, spinal tumours, cerebral palsy, implantation of skeletal muscle relaxant pumps, neuroendoscopy. He also treats premature children and is involved in antenatal diagnosis and counselling of parents of babies with spinal and brain problems which have been diagnosed by foetal MRI before birth.

He is one of the two leading paediatric neurosurgeons at Kings and performs 25%-30% of all paediatric neurosurgical operations occurring in the South of England. He also specialises in general neurosurgery for adults and paediatric diseases which progress into adulthood. He furthermore deals with degenerative spinal problems, including brachalgia, sciatica, spinal cord tumours and all brain tumours.

Having trained extensively in the applications of neuro-endoscopy in neurosurgery, he teaches and lectures internationally on third ventriculostomy, endoscopic treatment of craniopharingiomas and endoscopic applications in pineal tumours. In addition to this, he runs a course on hydrocephalus and endoscopy at the Royal College of Surgeons of England.

 

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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery , Neuro-oncology , Paediatric Neurosurgery

Mr Richard Edwards is an esteemed Consultant Paediatric and Adult Neurosurgeon. He has international expertise in the neurosurgical removal of tumours in and around the brainstem, pineal gland (including pineal cysts) and spinal cord. He has a particular interest in ependymoma tumour surgery. He is able to provide second opinions (both face to face and online) on brain tumours in both  children and adults and whether they can be potentially treated with surgery. 

He has expertise in the surgical treatment of spasticity in cerebral palsy and has the largest experience in the UK of the operation Selective Dorsal Rhizotomy (SDR) with a patient's journey appearing on the ITV primetime show "What Would Be Your Miracle?". He has helped set up SDR programs in Russia and Hungary and has treated children with cerebral palsy from around the world. He is part of the NHS England National Steering Group for SDR and has published research papers in the  field as part of an ongoing research program.

Mr Edwards also has extensive experience in the  assessement and management of hydrocephalus in both adults and children. He runs the largest adult hydrocephalus service in the UK and is the current Chairman of the UK CSF Disorders Group. He is also a member of the Adult Hydrocephalus Clinical Research Network (based in the USA) which runs an extensive research program in this field.  He is happy to provide second opinions on complex hydrocephalus disorders or suspected Normal  Pressure Hydrocephalus (NPH), colloid cysts and idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH).  He is an expert in the field of Neuroendoscopic treatment of hydrocpehalus and lectures internationally in this field. 

Mr Edwards set up the daycase microdiscectomy service in Bristol in 2006 and was one of the first surgeons to pioneer daycase surgery for slipped discs (lumbar microdiscectomy) in the UK.  He also treats children with complex deformity affecting the upper part of the spinal column (the craniocervical junction) and manages adults and children with spina bifida and tethered cord syndrome.  

In his NHS paediatric neurosurgery practice he currently chairs the regional paediatric neurovascular MDT and has expertise in the surgical treatment paediatric AVM (arteriovenous malformation), cavernoma and Moya Moya disease.

He is currently practising privately at Circle Bath, a clinic that is easily accessible for patients in the South West. Complex cases are undertaken either at Southmead Hospital (Adults) or Bristol Royal Hospital for Children (Children) where world class neurosurgical facilities are available including intra-operative MRI imaging, robot assisted neuroendoscopic surgery and intra-operative brainstem and spinal cord monitoring.



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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery

Mr Gullan is the most senior neurosurgeon in London neurosurgery partnership and works with other to deliver a high level of neurosurgical care. 

He has obtained his membership of the Royal College of Physicians and a fellowship of the royal college of surgeons. He has developed a large practice in spinal and neurovascular training and has established a reputation for being at the forefront of many surgical techniques. 

He presented the first use of posterior instrumented stabilisation for malignant disease affecting the spinal column and was the first neurosurgeon worldwide to pilot both the use of intervertebral fusion cages for cervical disc surgery and introduce posterior lumbar interbody fusion to neurosurgeons in the UK.

Mr Gullan enjoys teaching, especially operative techniques and clinical decision making, to young neurosurgeons. 

 

 

 
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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery

Mr Bell is a consultant neurosurgeon who specialises in complex spine surgery. He graduated in 1996 and completed his basic surgical training in Edinburgh, he later became a member of the royal college of surgeons of edinburgh

Mr Bell is a member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons (BASS) and he is the National Lead Elect for the British Spine Registry with responsibility for the quality assurance and outcome assessment in spinal surgery.

He lectures nationally and internationally on topics such as back pain, spinal tumours, myelopathy, neck pain and the ageing spine. 

 

 
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Expert in: Neurosurgery
Spinal Surgery , Trauma Surgery , Sports Injury + 2 more

Mr Bhupal Chitnavis is Consultant Neurosurgeon who specialised in Spinal surgery. 

Mr Chitnavis attained his medical degree from Guy's Hospital, London. He went to complete his specialist surgical training at Great Ormond Street and King's College Hospital, London. While at King's, he developed a keen interest in vascular neurosurgery and spinal surgery under Professor Anthony Strong and Dr Richard Gullan, respectively. Prior to his training, Mr Chitnavis had neurosurgical experience in Birmingham with the late Professor Edward Hitchcock and later on at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery with Professor Lindsay Simon. He also has experience in high flow vascular bypass techniques. 

Mr Chitnavis' principal special interest lies in spinal surgery, specifically complex stabilisation and development of new instrumentation. Mr Chitnavis also has expertise in orthopaedic spinal surgery methods with experience in Germany with Professor Jurgen Harms and further training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London.

Alongside his private practice, Mr Chitnavis is involved with surgical charity work in developing nations. He trains both spinal and neurosurgeons at the Royal College of Surgeons and continues to work in the NHS. His professional memberships include the Society of British Neurosurgeons, the Independent Doctors Federation and the CyberKnife Society. 

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