Suresh is passionate about delivering best practice outcomes and tailored care to his patients. He believes in managing conditions while providing utmost attention to the needs of his patients/clients in enabling them to get back to activities and enjoying their lives and lifestyles. He strives to provide them various options to achieve their goals by working within a group of multidisciplinary team involved in the care. He has reliable links and networks in the city of London and the areas he practices in with various therapy groups who have consistently supported his patients to achieve best possible outcomes.
Suresh keeps his skills and knowledge updated by attending various activities of continuous learning and interacting with colleagues and members of learned societies to ensure he delivers contemporaneous care with strong evidence base.
Suresh believes in reflecting on his practice and regularly sources feedback from patients, carers and caregivers alike. These can be reviewed via the link as below.
Mr Suresh Chandrashekar is a Consultant Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon based in London. He sees private patients at the following locations:
- Nuffield Health Highgate Hospital
- The London Independent Hospital
- London Bridge Hospital
- 31 Old Broad Street
Mr Chandrashekar completed his primary medical qualification at the University of Mumbai, India in 2001. Following this, he undertook his residency training in general surgery and trauma & orthopaedics at The State Medical Academy in St Petersburg, Russia during 2001-2004 and was awarded a MS degree upon its completion. He furthered his training in trauma and orthopaedics in the UK through a specialty rotation across NHS Trusts in Manchester, Harlow and the Royal London Hospital. He successfully completed his exams and was awarded his Fellowship Diploma in Orthopaedics with the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh in 2012. He later completed further subspecialty fellowship training in Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic Surgery at the University Hospitals of Southampton NHS Foundation Trust.
Mr Chandrashekar has clinical expertise in the management and treatment of several foot and ankle conditions and injuries using minimally invasive surgery, including the following conditions:
- Bunions (key hole/MIS operations)
- Toe problems
- Ganglion cyst
- Rheumatoid arthritis
- Foot fractures
- Toe fractures
- Ankle fractures and dislocations
- Sports related foot and ankle injuries
- Ankle sprain
- Ankle instability
- Cartilage damage
- Achilles tendon injury
Alongside his clinical work, Mr Chandrashekar is committed to research projects for foot surgery and has peer-reviewed publications, successfully presenting at his work at both international and national medical conferences.
Mr Chandrashekar is also passionate about teaching and actively trains medical students and orthopaedic trainees within the NHS and is an examiner and faculty member for The Royal College of Surgeons in England affiliated FRCS Orth Revision courses.
- Royal college of Surgeons in Edinburgh, FRCS Ed. T&O.
- British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society
- European Foot and Ankle Society