FRCS - Trauma & Orthopedic Surgery, Diploma in Orthopaedics, FEBOT (France), Diploma - SICOT, MBBS, MRCS (UK)
Sports Medicine Surgeon,
17 Years Experience
Dr. Senthil Velan is a pioneer and superspecialist in Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist Surgery including Sports Injuries of Foot and Ankle. His Patients describe him as a trusted surgeon and is highly respected by his peers. He had undergone extensive training in the field of Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist surgery. He has had enormous experience in treating all kinds of sports injuries and arthritic conditions of Upper Limb. He also undertakes Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist replacements for joints affected by arthritis.Dr. SenthilVelan has owned his skills in Shoulder Elbow and Wrist arthroscopic surgery at Royal Bournemouth Hospital working with big names in these fields. In order to widen his exposure in the chosen field, Dr. Velan has also spent time with some of the principal Shoulder and Elbow Surgeons in Germany and France.Dr. Senthil Velan has had a brilliant academic career. He finished his MBBS from Kilpauk Medical College and went on to finish Orthopaedic Post graduation in JIPMER (which is one of the premier institutes in India). During this period he received a number of academic distinctions including a best Outgoing student in JIPMER 2004 and EBOT exam 2011. He subsequently underwent Orthopaedic training in Wessex Region in the United Kingdom. He has undergone specialist fellowship training in Shoulder, Elbow, and Wrist surgery in Royal Bournemouth Hospital, UK for 2 years. He had done more than 1500 Shoulder, Elbow and wrist surgeries.n college, Dr. Senthil was part of the team that organised the MEDI-EXPO 2000 and is also currently an active member of the Cloud Appreciation Society.He is proficient in arthroscopic subacromial decompressions, ligament reconstructions, and knee and hip replacementsFrom 2005 to 2007, he worked at the Barnet Hospital in LondonAnd he has also had various publications covering topics from Ankle Fracture Management to Management of Geriatric Ankles and Distal Tibial Fractures.