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10th Annual Spinal Symposium Speakers

Please see individual profiles for full biographies:


Saturday 6th February:

Dr Taher Mahmud is a Consultant Rheumatologist and Lead for Osteoporosis at Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury & London Osteoporosis Clinic where they specialise in osteoporosis screening, diagnosis and treatment.


Mr Bob Chatterjee is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Chief of Spinal Surgery at The Hospital of St John’s & St Elizabeth's and Spinal Development Lead at The London Clinic. He is also Clinical Director of Harley Street Spine.


Dr Ese Stacey is a Consultant in Sport & Exercise Medicine at Brighton Sports Medicine. She treats all musculoskeletal conditions ranging from sporting injuries to arthritis.


Dr Keith Bush is a consultant orthopaedic & sports physician at The KB Clinic, 6 Harley Street, and The London Clinic. He has written many studies on the use of injectional techniques in the management of spinal pain.


Saturday 13th February:

Dr Naga Kandasamy is a Consultant Neuroradiologist and lectures extensively both within the UK and abroad. He routinely offers consultation for patients with brain and spinal cord vascular abnormalities under a joint neurovascular multidisciplinary set up.


Mr Chris Brown is a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon. He works at Circle Reading Hospital and performs all forms of spinal intervention from the neck to coccyx and is dedicated to a multidisciplinary approach.


Dr Ben Turner is a Consultant Neurologist. He is Clinical and Educational Lead of Neurology for Barts Health NHS Trust. Dr Turner is also actively involved in research into Multiple Sclerosis, particularly clinical research into new therapies.


Mr James Langdon is a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, he is also the Clinical Director for Trauma, Orthopaedics and Spinal surgery. His main surgical interest is in the use of minimally invasive spinal surgical techniques. 

Contact Details

Speakers

Taher Mahmud

Consultant Rheumatologist | London

Dr Mahmud trained at King’s College Hospital, St Thomas’ Hospital and Guy’s Hospital. He was an Honorary Consultant at the Royal National Hospital for Rheumatic Diseases in Bath. Dr Mahmud’s interests include holistic osteoporosis treatments, rising awareness about bone health and prevention of osteoporosis fractures, patient feedback and mechanisms of drug side effects. 


Dr Mahmud was a Consultant Rheumatologist and Lead for Osteoporosis at Tunbridge Wells Hospital at Pembury & 'London Osteoporosis Clinic', HCA Healthcare at London Bridge. LOC is a network of Consultant Rheumatologists, Osteoporosis Physicians, Metabolic Medicine Consultants, Consultant Nutritionists, Sport Medicine Doctors all specialising in osteoporosis screening, diagnosis and treatment; with aim of reversing osteoporosis and preventing fractures. LOC has dedicated support staff and modern facilities at a number of locations with access to some of the latest diagnostics. 


Contact Details for Patient Referrals: 


Secretary: Sophie Minoprio 

(t) 0207 193 7867 

(e) pa@londonosteoporosisclinic.com 

(w) www.londonosteoporosisclinic.com 


Address: London Osteoporosis Clinic, HCA the Shard, The Shard, 32 St Thomas Street, London SE1 9BS 

Susan Ese Stacey

Consultant In Sport & Exercise Medicine | Sussex

Dr Ese Stacey is a Consultant in Sport and Exercise Medicine. She treats all musculoskeletal conditions ranging from sporting injuries to arthritis. Dr Stacey qualified from St Mary's Hospital Medical School (now part of Imperial College), London in 1990. She has been clinical senior lecturer in Sports Medicine at the Academic Department of Sports medicine at the Royal London Hospital, worked as team doctor for England Women's rugby (as well as playing for Wasps and England emerging), worked as Medical Director for IMG's mass participation sports section as well as being Medical delegate for the International Triathlon Union (ITU) working on the triathlon World series.


Contact details:

http://www.brightonsportsmedicine.co.uk/

ese@brightonsportsmedicine.co.uk

Secretary: 07706799219

Keith Bush

Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Physician | London

After qualifying at the Royal Free Hospital, London in 1978, Dr Bush studied with James Cyriax to become an Orthopaedic Physician. He conducted a number of studies on the use of injection techniques in the management of spinal pain throughout the 80’s and 90’s, publishing in peer review journals such as ‘Spine’ and was awarded his Doctorate by London University in 1992. He has since been in private practice in Harley Street and The London Clinic since 1983. He held Honorary Consultant Orthopaedic Surgical posts at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, London in 1994 and 1995 and has been on the GMC Specialist Register since 1996. He was an Honorary Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College from 2002 – 2005, and elected as a Founding Fellow of the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine in 2006.

Chris Brown

Consultant Spinal Surgeon | Berkshire

Chris is a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal surgeon, educated and trained in Cambridge, London & Oxford.

His practice involves the care of all forms of spinal problems. He works in a multi-disciplinary team with physiotherapy, rehabilitation, pain management and radiology specialists. Surgically, Chris performs all forms of spinal intervention from the neck to coccyx.

Bob Chatterjee

Bob Chatterjee

Consultant Spinal Surgeon | London

Mr Chatterjee graduated from Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital, London, initially training in spinal surgery at Oxford. He was awarded a Culyer Foundation research grant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore where his research into bone regeneration gained a distinction.


He was awarded a joint Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Spinal Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England. He was appointed as a Consultant Spinal Surgeon in 2011 with an exclusively spinal practice undertaking all forms of adult spinal surgery. Among many achievements, he is a spinal advisor to the National Health Service, is a consultant editor of several spinal periodicals and reviews spinal papers for the JBJS amongst other journals. He is a tutor for minimally invasive spinal surgery and has a particular passion for training junior spinal surgeons. He is President of Orthopaedics at the Royal Society of Medicine and is both a member of the British Association of Spinal Surgeons, where he resides on the education committee, and the North American Spine Society. He has been featured in several national newspaper articles for his expertise in spinal surgery.


Mr Chatterjee is Chief of Spinal Surgery at The Hospital of St John’s & St Elizabeth's and Spinal Development Lead at The London Clinic. He is also Clinical Director of Harley Street Spine.

Naga Kandasamy

Consultant Neuroradiologist | London

Dr Kandasamy has been a diagnostic and intervention neuroradiology consultant since 2009 at King’s college hospital, one of the country’s leading and reputed neuro-sciences centres. He does most aspects of Brain and spine imaging with particular interest in neuro-oncology (Brain tumour) imaging, stroke (imaging and treatment) and neurovascular (brain aneurysm, brain / spinal cord vascular malformations) imaging and their treatment. Dr Kandasamy routinely offers consultation for patients with brain and spinal cord vascular abnormalities for discussion and treatment under a joint neurovascular multidisciplinary (neuroradiology, neurosurgery and neurology) set up. Dr Kandasamy lectures extensively both within the UK and abroad.

Ben Turner

Consultant Neurologist | London

Dr Ben Turner is a highly experienced Consultant Neurologist. He was appointed to St Bartholomew’s and The Royal London NHS Hospitals in 2003. An Honorary Senior Lecturer for his research work and publications in Multiple Sclerosis and other Neurological Conditions, such as Headache and Dizziness. Private patients are seen at London Bridge Hospital, Old Broad Street Clinic, The London Clinic, and The BUPA Cromwell Hospital.

Dr Turner has a particular interest in headache, notably migraine and dizziness. More than one in five people suffer from migraine making it one of the most common disabling conditions, according to the World Health Organisation and yet it remains under-recognised.

Dr Turner is also actively involved in research into Multiple Sclerosis, particularly clinical research into new therapies, and has over 20 years clinical trial experience. He is Chief UK and Principal Investigator for several phase III clinical treatment trials and leads the HSCT stem cell therapy programs for MS at Bart’s Health NHS Trust. Through this work Dr Turner has an extensive knowledge and experience in the full range of disease modifying therapies available to MS patients.

As an NHS consultant in a busy London Teaching Hospital, Dr Turner has two decades of experience in the full range of neurological conditions, caring for patients suffering from daily complaints such as headache and dizziness as well as life threatening conditions such as TB meningitis.

Dr Turner is Clinical and Educational Lead of Neurology for Barts Health NHS Trust, As Clinical lead Dr Turner manages the Neurology department and helps develop its role in a large London Teaching Hospital, providing for one the most ethnically rich but economically poor areas of the UK. As Educational lead Dr Turner oversees the training of junior doctors both locally and nationally.
 

James Langdon

Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon | Hertfordshire

James Langdon is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon whose clinical practice is dedicated to treating patients with spinal problems.
Mr. Langdon qualified from St. Mary’s Hospital Medical School (Imperial College), and later undertook his specialist training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. He is a Consultant Orthopaedic Spinal Surgeon at West Hertfordshire Hospitals NHS Trust, where he is also the Clinical Director for Trauma, Orthopaedics and Spinal surgery.

Mr. Langdon’s main surgical interest is in the use of minimally invasive spinal surgical techniques. He believes that the use of these techniques improves patient outcomes and reduces length of hospital stay. He offers a full range of surgical treatments for degenerative spinal conditions including lumbar microdiscectomy, spinal decompression, minimally invasive spinal fusions, anterior cervical decompression and fusion / disc replacement, balloon kyphoplasty, as well as spinal injections. Mr. Langdon ensures he takes the time to explain things clearly in easy to understand terms, enabling patients to make informed decisions about their treatment.

Mr. Langdon has published several research papers on trauma and orthopaedic surgery, and has presented this work at both national and international meetings.

Mr. Langdon enjoys cycling, swimming and cooking. Despite no longer playing he remains a keen rugby supporter.

Contact:
http://langdonspine.com/
Secretary: 01582 714 304 / mail@langdonspine.com

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