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Mr Sathya Murthy

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

 

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  • Shoulder & Elbow

About me

Since commencing his Diploma in Orthopaedics in 1985 in Madras, Mr Murthy has extensive General Orthopaedics and speciality training at the leading hospitals in the United Kingdom and Ireland.
He obtained a Fellowship in Surgery in 1989, Intercollegiate Fellowship in Orthopaedic Surgery and Masters degree in Orthopaedics from Liverpool University in 1999.

Mr Murthy held Consultancy appointments in India, Ireland and Northampton before taking up post in Kent.

He has had the privilege of undergoing advanced training in Shoulder surgery under the guidance of two part presidents of British Elbow and Shoulder Society. As a Senior Registrar at the Cappagh National Orthopaedic Hospital in Dublin, he has extensive training in hip and knee replacements.

Mr Murthy's Sports Fellowship training in shoulder and knee injuries for 18 months was at the prestigious Royal Devon and Exeter Hospitals. He completed his training in knee reconstruction and replacement in the Professorial unit at Southampton University Hospital.

Areas of interest

• Shoulder arthroscopic decompression • Frozen release • Dislocation • Stabilisation • Rotator cuff tear • Arthroscopic repair • Minimal less invasive • Shoulder replacement • Resurfacing • Reverse geometry • Knee arthroscopy • Cartilage • Meniscus • Ligament • ACL • Knee replacement • Compartment • Hip replacement surgery • Sports injuries • Elbow surgery • PRP injection • Carpal tunnel

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