Mr Bal Dhinsa is an accomplished consultant orthopaedic surgeon in the Kent and London areas, specialising in treatments of conditions in the foot and ankle including sports injuries, arthritis (osteoarthritis and inflammatory arthritis), tendon injuries, bunions, arthroscopy, and nerve injuries. Mr Dhinsa currently practices in four private clinics and East Kent Hospitals NHS Trust.
After receiving his basic medical qualification in 2004, Mr Dhinsa continued his training as a research fellow and later with higher surgical training on the Southeast Thames rotation. Whilst completing his training, Mr Dhinsa held the role of academy club doctor for the Charlton Athletic Football Club, which allowed him to gain invaluable experience dealing with sports people - the prevention, management, and care for their high calibre sports injuries.
During his approved training with the British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, he learned the most advanced and modern techniques at Guy's and St Thomas' Hospital and Malawi. Mr Dhinsa uses these learned techniques to facilitate the best treatment options for his patients. Mr Dhinsa prefers to use an evidence-based approach when treating and caring for his patients.
Mr Dhinsa maintained his passion and presence in research after his training had completed. He has also presented at distinguished international and national meetings. In addition, Mr Dhinsa has had more than 30 published peer-reviewed papers, as well as having authored several book chapters. Beyond research and sharing with fellow peers, Mr Dhinsa has ardor to educate and trains undergraduates, supervises trainees, and is on the faculty for multiple courses.