Mr Nitin Shetty is a vastly-experienced consultant orthopaedic spinal surgeon based in London, specialising in degenerative spinal conditions, spinal infections and spinal fractures. His interests are minimally-invasive spinal operations, slipped disc and sciatica alongside neck and back pain.
He graduated with an MBBS in India, where he also completed his postgraduate degree in orthopaedics. Afterwards, Mr Shetty trained as an orthopaedic registrar on the London-KSS deanery. He completed two spinal fellowships; the first was at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, and the second was at Guys and St Thomas Hospital. Mr Shetty's training was particularly focused on spinal deformities and minimally invasive surgery.
Also being involved in full-time research, Mr Shetty submitted a thesis to Sheffield University and received a masters degree. Along with his research, he has many publications in peer-reviewed journals. Mr Shetty has presented and co-chaired sessions in national and international conferences, as well. In addition, he is a clinical and educational supervisor for junior trainees and orthopaedic registrars in three different programmes.
Currently, Mr Shetty is a consultant in multiple clinics and with the NHS Trust Foundation. He is a go-to surgeon in regards to the neck, spine and arms as well as legs.