Dinesh Nathwani

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Mr Dinesh Nathwani is a Consultant, Hon Senior Clinical Lecturer and Head of Orthopaedics at Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust.He has a keen clinical and research interest in technology assisted knee surgery and has used Navigation and Robotics for all his partial and Total knee replacements since being appointed as a substantive Knee Consultant at Imperial College Healthcare in 2004. This was following a fellowship in Knee Navigation techniques in Perth, Western Australia. He is involved in trials for novel cartilage resurfacing implants, customised and robotically assisted knee replacements. His main focus is in delivering precise execution of surgical plans and bone conserving knee replacement using technology.

He is a programme committee member of the Computer assisted Orthopaedic Surgery (CAOS) International and executive committee member and President Elect of CAOS UK. He is Orthopaedic research advisor for the Hamlyn Centre of Robotics at Imperial College and one of the Key European Opinion Leaders in Robotic Knee Surgery. He is one of the few surgeons in the UK to have current clinical experience and access to both systems presently available to orthopaedic surgeons. He is faculty member on several national and international knee reconstruction course teaching surgeons of all grades including the International Navio cadaveric instructional course in London.

He is reviewer for several Orthopaedic Journals including British Bone & Joint Journal, American Journal of Sports
Medicine, The Knee, and Injury.