Mr Feroz Dinah is a specialist Orthopaedic Hip and Knee Surgeon. His interests include all types of sporting knee injuries including ligament ruptures (medial or lateral collateral ligaments, anterior and posterior cruciate ligaments). In addition, he is keen to see patients with patellar instability for possible surgical stabilisation. He also performs routine arthroscopic knee surgery for cartilage or meniscus injuries. As for degenerative conditions of the knee, he undertakes partial or total knee replacements, as well as revision knee replacements. He also performs routine primary hip replacements using traditional and modern implants and bearing surfaces.
He believes firmly in a multidisciplinary approach to deliver a personalised and holistic care package.
Qualifications and Training:
Mr Feroz Dinah qualified from The Royal London and St Bartholemew’s Hospitals (University of London) in 1996. During his postgraduate orthopaedic training (London,Surrey and Sussex), he published several articles in the orthopaedic literature, and studied for the Diploma in Sports and Exercise Medicine (UK). He also undertook a 12-month research fellowship in orthopaedic biomechanics and bioengineering at Johns Hopkins University, Baltimore MD, USA. He later spent a year as a specialist knee fellow in the UK, during which he was also exposed to primary hip replacement surgery. After working as a locum Orthopaedic Consultant in Addenbrooke's Hospital (Cambridge, UK) in 2009, he was appointed to a permanent Consultant post at Epsom and St. Helier Hospitals NHS Trust in 2010. He sees private patients at Ashtead Hospital (Ashtead, Surrey), and St Anthony's Hospital (North Cheam, London), as well as at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre (Epsom, Surrey).
Mr Feroz Dinah
Hip & Knee Surgeon
satisfied knee replacements