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Mr. Maneesh Sinha

Maneesh Sinha is a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon, at Dudley Group NHS Foundation Trust, in West Midlands. He specialises in upper limb surgery.

After his initial Orthopaedic post-graduate training in India at the prestigious Grant Medical College, Bombay University, and Masters degree in Orthopaedics, through thesis and examination, he did his higher surgical training in England, in the South West Thames rotation, based at St. Georges Hospital, London and continued his specialist Orthopaedic training in Oxford. During this time he obtained sub-specialist training in upper limb and hand surgery during a 12 month fellowship with the upper limb unit at The Great Western Hospital, Swindon, and benefited from further post-CCT sub-specialist training in the upper limb unit at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, before taking up the Consultant post. He is a fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and was admitted on to the specialist register having been awarded his CCT in February 2008.

Mr. Sinha’s elective practice consists solely of treatment of upper limb and hand disorders including sports injuries and trauma of the shoulder, elbow and wrist, both in the NHS and in his private practice. While he is on a general trauma on-call rota, his workload consists mainly of management of upper limb trauma. He has gained extensive experience in upper limb surgery including arthroscopic (keyhole) techniques for management of shoulder and elbow problems, joint replacement of the shoulder and elbow for arthritis, and hand disorders such as carpal tunnel syndrome, Dupuytrens disease, trigger finger and degenerative joint conditions. He keeps abreast of latest advances in techniques by attending meetings and courses and going on clinical visits to centres of excellence.

He maintains an active interest in research and teaching activities and has published in peer reviewed journals and given lectures in various meetings and educational fora. He continues to take an active part in research and audit in his current role as the audit lead for Orthopaedics.

      Outside of work Mr. Sinha enjoys spending time with his family, and playing cricket or badminton. He also has a       keen interest in art and photography.