Mr Chatterjee graduated from Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital, London, initially training in spinal surgery at Oxford. He was awarded a Culyer Foundation research grant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore where his research into bone regeneration gained a distinction.
He was awarded a joint Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Spinal Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England which he undertook in Norwich and Cambridge. He was appointed as a Consultant Spinal Surgeon in 2011 with an exclusively spinal practice undertaking all forms of adult spinal surgery. Among many achievements, he is a spinal advisor to the National Health Service, is a consultant editor of several spinal periodicals and reviews spinal papers for the JBJS amongst other journals. He is a tutor for minimally invasive spinal surgery and has a particular passion for training junior spinal surgeons. He is a member of the Orthopaedic Council of the Royal Society of Medicine and is both a member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons, where he resides on the education committee, and the North American Spine Society. He has been featured in several national newspaper articles for his expertise in spinal surgery.
Research Interests : Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery ; Facet Joint Replacement and other non fusion alternatives ; Sacroiliac Joint Fusion ; Spinal Surgery in the Elderly
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Prolapsed Discs – why do top level athletes consider surgery?
Low back pain – is surgery a good idea?
Neck Pain – Strategies for management
Keyhole Surgery – Pros and Cons
Sacroliac Joint Disorders – Fact or Fiction
Non Fusion Surgical Techniques – is it the future?
Stress Fractures & Traumatic Injuries to the Spine