Mr Amarjit Anand is a highly experienced consultant spinal surgeon specialising in minimally invasive surgery, disc prolapse, spinal stenosis, sacroiliac joints, spinal injections and sciatica.
Mr Anand graduated from The Royal Free and University College London Medical School in 2005. During his trauma and orthopaedic SpR training, he was also an anatomy demonstrator and lecturer at Oxford University. Shortly after, he was elected onto the British Orthopaedic Trainee Association (BOTA), and British Association of Spinal Surgeons (BASS) Executive Committee and Specialist Training Committee (STC).
In 2015, he received his CCT in trauma and orthopaedic surgery and subsequently completed two spinal fellowships at the Royal Berkshire Hospital and a combined neurosurgical and orthopaedic spinal fellowship in the Queen's Medical Centre in Nottingham. During his training, he travelled to several centres of excellence in Spain, Germany, France & USA to improve his specialist skills.
As well as publishing widely on trauma and orthopaedic surgery, Mr Anand has performed over 50 conference presentations around the world. He also works as a journal reviewer for the Bone and Joint Journal (BJJ), an honorary clinical lecturer at Imperial College London and examiner for multiple FRCS(Tr&Orth) revision courses.
Mr Anand is highly-trained in modern spinal techniques and is an advocate for innovation, advancements in spinal surgery technology, custom-made implants, motion-preserving surgery and minimally invasive surgery. Mr Anand has developed advanced specialist skills in laser discectomy, MIS SIJ fusion surgery and regenerative procedures such as prolotherapy, PRP and stem cells.