Mr Joydeep Sinha is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at King's College Hospital specialising in shoulder and upper limb surgery, based in the London and Kent area. He holds specialist interests in arthroscopic 'keyhole' shoulder and elbow surgery, shoulder replacement, sports injuries and upper limb trauma.
Mr Sinha qualified from the University of Manchester in 1985, and later went on to have Surgical SHO Training at the Hammersmith Hospital and St. Bartholomew's Hospital, London, gaining experience in various forms of Surgery including General Surgery, Plastic Surgery, Neurosurgery, Cardiothoracic Surgery and Orthopaedic Surgery. He completed his Orthopaedic training in London, working on the King's College Hospital and South East Thames Orthopaedic rotations. His Fellowships include working in New York and Seattle, USA and the Wrightington Hospital, UK. During this time he gained specialist training in trauma, shoulder, elbow and hand surgery.
Since his appointment as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at King's College Hospital, London, in 1996, Mr. Sinha has worked with his colleagues to develop the Upper Limb Unit, KCH to achieve national and international recognition. He has also been Clinical Lead for Orthopaedics, KCH; Clinical Lead for the Day Surgery Unit; and is presently Clinical Director for Surgery at KCH, and Joint CAG 2 Leader (Trauma, Orthopaedics, Plastics and ENT) for King's Health Partners (KHP).
Mr. Sinha has lectured locally, nationally and internationally on both upper limb trauma and shoulder surgery, especially aspects of arthroscopic 'keyhole' surgery and shoulder replacement. He has published extensively on general orthopaedics, shoulder and upper limb surgery, and is actively involved in upper limb research within the Upper Limb Unit, KCH and King's College, University of London.
Within King's College, University of London, Mr. Sinha is involved in Undergraduate training (Medical Students) and Postgraduate Teaching. He teaches locally to GP's and Physiotherapists, and has taught and lectured both nationally and internationally, recently including France, USA, Brazil and India.