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Mr Colin Nnadi

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery

 

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Specialises in

  • Paediatric
  • Spine

About me

Mr Colin Nnadi completed his Orthopaedic training in Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery on the Wessex rotation UK. He was awarded the FRCS(Orth) in 2006. Mr Nnadi has fellowship training from the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London and the Norfolk and Norwich University Teaching Hospital. He worked as a Consultant at the Queen’s Medical Centre in Nottingham. He took up his present post as Consultant Spine Surgeon at the Oxford University Hospitals in December 2008. He is lead Clinician for the Oxford Spine Unit which is made up of a very busy practice of 10 spinal surgeons.

His interests include all aspects of general and complex spinal surgery with a sub-specialty interest in paediatric and adult spinal deformity. His research interests include early onset scoliosis with principal involvement in a national study on this topic. Mr Nnadi has published papers in peer reviewed journals and written chapters in textbooks. Mr Nnadi is Chief Editor for the book – Early Onset Scoliosis : A comprehensive guide to treatment published in 2015. He also teaches on national and international courses. He is convenor for the Oxford Early Onset Scoliosis meeting which has an international attendance.

Mr Colin Nnadi is an AOSpine international faculty member; Ex-Research Committee Chair for the British Association of Spine Surgeons (BASS), He is on the Editorial board of the European Spine Journal and was a VTE Guidelines Committee member for NICE.

Areas of interest

Spinal surgery - Back pain in children and adults; sciatica; spinal stenosis; Scoliosis in children and adults; Infection of the spine; Fractures of the spine; neck and arm pain.

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