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Last updated: 12 Nov 2020
Mr Gurudatt Sisodia is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee and hip surgery. He provides expertise in reconstructive and repair surgery for sports knee injuries, in addition to modern surgical techniques for treating both early and established arthritis of the knee or hip.
Originally from Manchester, Mr Sisodia qualified from the University of Leeds in 2005 and undertook his orthopaedic training on the Yorkshire Specialist Training Rotation, which culminated in his achieving the FRCS (Orth) from the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2014.
Following this, his subspecialist training was acquired from highly regarded Knee Fellowships with internationally renowned knee surgeons, namely Prof Nick London in Harrogate and BOA past president, Mr Tim Wilton. Mr Sisodia further enhanced his skills by completing a prestigious international year-long Fellowship under the expert tutelage of Dr Jeff Gollish at Toronto’s Sunnybrook Hospital – a designated ‘Centre of Excellence’ and Canada’s highest volume joint replacement centre.
The breadth and depth of his training experience has provided Mr Sisodia with the competence to deal with a wide range of patient conditions in his field – from professional athletes with knee injuries to older individuals with complex degenerative conditions.
His full time NHS practice is based at the University Hospital of South Manchester, whilst privately he consults at BMI The Highfield Hospital.
As part of his routine practice, Mr Sisodia performs arthroscopic (keyhole) reconstructive surgery for ligament, cartilage and meniscal injuries of the knee. He has particular interests in the treatment of patella instability and anterior knee pain. He also regularly performs total knee and total hip replacements, and is very much a proponent of partial knee replacement surgery when appropriate – using implants that have the best long term results in the UK.
Above all else, Mr Sisodia is dedicated to patient-centred care and is driven by his commitment to providing his patients the right treatment at the right time.
Throughout his career Mr Sisodia has been involved in research and clinical audit. He completed a Medical Engineering Masters degree with distinction, helping him to garner an in-depth knowledge of the materials and biomaterials used in orthopaedic surgery, which he applies when selecting and positioning implants.
Mr Sisodia maintains a keen interest in teaching and training. He has undertaken clinical tutor and anatomy demonstrator roles at Hull York Medical School and has also been an Examiner for specialist registrars taking regional exams, both in the UK and in Canada. Currently, he is also a Clinical Supervisor for junior doctors and regularly teaches as a Clinical Tutor to senior medical students.
Furthermore Mr Sisodia has presented numerous research studies in journal publications as well as at national and international meetings.
Areas of interest
• Knee Athroscopic (keyhole) Surgery;
• Knee Ligament Surgery;
• ACL (Anterior Cruciate Ligament) Surgery;
• Meniscal Surgery;
• Knee Ligament & Tendon Reconstruction;
• Sports Knee Injuries;
• Stabilisation Surgery for Patello-femoral Instability;
• Knee Cartilage Repair;
• Anterior Knee Pain;
• Joint Injections;
• Early / Late Arthritis;
• Partial Knee Replacement Surgery;
• Total Knee Replacement Surgery;
• Total Hip Replacement Surgery;
Patient Age Range: Adults - all; Children - aged 10 years and older
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon
University Hospital of South Manchester
In his spare time Mr Sisodia enjoys racquet sports, cycling, running and the exploring the outdoors with his wife and two children.
• Regional Prize for Orthopaedic Research - 2012
• Shortlisted for the national Arthritis Research UK (ARUK) Young Researcher’s Award - 2013
• Riaz O, Aqil A, Sisodia GB, Chakrabarty G. P.F.C Sigma® cruciate retaining fixed bearing versus mobile-bearing knee arthroplasty: a prospective comparative study with minimum 10-year follow-up. European Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery & Traumatology, 2017; doi: 10.1007/s00590-017-1920-1. [Epub ahead of print]
• Bilkhu A, Sisodia GB, Chakrabarty G, Muralikuttan KP. Intramedullary fixation of a femoral shaft fracture with preservation of an existing hip resurfacing prosthesis. Injury, 2015; 46(4); 763-766.
• Sisodia GB, Scott BW. Common lower limb injuries in children. Surgery, 2014; 32(1): 17-23.
• Ellanti P, Sisodia GB, Al-Ajami A, Harrington P. The modified Brunelli procedure for scapholunate instability. A single centre study. Journal of Hand Surgery (Asian Volume), 2014; 19(1).
• Sisodia GB. Methods of predicting vertebral body fractures of the lumbar spine. World Journal of Orthopedics, 2013; 4(4): 241-247.
• P. Mirinova, O. Safir, D. Burns, J. Wolfstadt, W. Kraemer, M. Nousiainen, J. Hall, P. Ferguson, G, Sisodia, J. Williams, UofTCBCOrthoCollaborationGp, V. Wadey. A process for centralizing assessments for competency based education. Ottawa: Canadian Orthopaedic Annual Meeting, June 2017
• Bilkhu A, Riaz O, Sisodia G, Chakrabarty G. Pre-operative anaemia and length of stay in primary arthroplastypatients. Lyon: ISAKOS Congress, June 2015
• McWilliams A, Stewart T, Sisodia G, Smyth A, Redmond A, Stone M. The effect of patient positioning on measurement of leg length inequality following total hip replacement on plain radiographs using the CFR-TD-LT method. Exeter: British Hip Society Annual Meeting, March 2014.
• Sisodia G, Fernando W, Allgar V, Bagga T. The use of patient demographics in predicting component size in total knee arthroplasty. Toronto: ISAKOS Congress, May 2013.
• Sisodia G, Boyce Cam N J, Fleming L, Elnaggar M, Chakrabarty G, Blunt L. Does cementing technique of the tibial component influence initial fixation to bone in total knee arthroplasty: full versus surface cementation? Berlin: EFORT Annual Congress, May 2012.
Courses offered to GPs
Mr Sisodia is available to deliver training to GPs or therapists locally, in relation to orthopaedic trauma or elective knee and hip conditions.
- BSc Pharmacology University of Bradford 2003
- MSc Medical Engineering University of Leeds 2012
- FRCS Trauma & Orthopaedics Royal College of Surgeons of England 2014
- Medical Degree University of Leeds, School of Medicine 2005
- Lower Limb Reconstruction Fellowship Sunnybrook, Toronto 2017
- Knee Surgery Fellowship Derby 2016
- Knee Surgery Fellowship Harrogate 2016
Reference number 6128411
Details of entry to specialist register
- CCT Specialist Registrar Training Completion, 2015
Affiliations / memberships
British Orthopaedic Association
Royal College of Surgeons of England
General Medical Council