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Dr. Sai Krishna Bala Krishnan Naidu

Dr. Sai Krishna Bala Krishnan Naidu

Dr. Sai Krishna Bala Krishnan Naidu

MBBS, MRCS (UK), FRCS - Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery




18 Years Experience Overall  (2 years as specialist)

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Dr. Sai Krishna B Naidu completed training in India at JJM Medical college from Kuvempu University in 2000. Pursuing further orthopaedics speciality training he has gained vast experience in UK and USA. Further being awarded MRCS in 2008 followed by Diploma SICOT European board for trauma in 2013 which is recognized in various parts of the world including Africa and Middle Eastern countries. With his extensive research, publication and international presentations to his name. He has been awarded FRCS ortho by Intercollegiate and Royal college of surgeons in 2017. He has also obtained MCh ortho the very same year from Anglia Rushkin University, Cambridge.He has worked in some of the centres of clinical excellence such as John Radcliffe Hospital, Trauma centre. Oxford. His experience is vast in managing complex trauma. He has also worked in London Olympic Hospital 2012 , exposing to vast amount of complex sports injuries on and after London Olympics 2012 . With his fellowship training in Joint replacement & revision Arthroplasty in South west London Elective orthopaedic centre, Prestigious Norfolk and Norwich University hospital and Addenbrooke’s Hospital , Cambridge. He has further gained experience at Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, USA, in lower limb arthroplasty and Complex sports injuries management. His career spans over 18 years of Orthopaedic experience with special interest in Advance Arthroscopic Surgery, Sports Injuries, Lower Limb Arthroplasty & Joint replacement and Complex Trauma.

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