My early stage of training was at India followed by Aberdeen, where
I did SHO and research fellow role. My registrar training was in
the Nottingham region, followed by Fellowship in laparoscopic
colorectal surgery at Dundee. I became Consultant Surgeon with
special interest in laparoscopic colorectal and pelvic floor
My contribution to the research has lead to MD degree, and am
currently involved in various multicentre trials. I was the seventh
highest recruiter for the eTHoS trial in the country, among more
than 25 centres. I have been trained in laparoscopic ventral mesh
rectopexy for rectal prolapse.
Trained in Colorectal surgery as sub - specialty of the surgery,
underwent fellowship training for targeted laparoscopic colorectal
work, obtained MD degree from the randomised controlled trial,
familiar with pelvic floor sub specialty.
Can perform laparscopic cholecystectomy; train juniors on
general surgical procedures including pilondial surgery, hernia
repair and perianal benign conditions including haemorrhoids,
'The treatment I have received from all the staff has been
excellent and could you extend my thanks to them all. A very
thankful and relieved patient'.
Patient, Dermatology Outpatients Department, University Hospital
of North Durham