Mr Bhupinder Mann

Mr Bhupinder Mann

MB BS

Orthopaedic Surgery

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1 specialist

22 years of experience
10 years as a specialist

Overall Rating

Overall Experience

5

Bedside Manner

4.95

Explanation

4.93

Top feedback

“Absolutely over the moon with my procedures. “
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Subspecialties

  • Hip Surgery
  • Knee Surgery
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Languages spoken

  • English
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Registered with

  • General Medical Council: 4650605
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    Practices worked at

    London Bridge Hospital

    27 Tooley Street, London, United Kingdom, SE1 2PR
    2,022 reviews

    HCA UK at The Shard

    St Thomas Street, London, United Kingdom, SE1 9BS
    1,755 reviews

    About

    Mr Bhupinder Mann, Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon works within The Human Performance Centre at Bucks New university as a visiting Professor. He also works within private practise as the director of The London Hip and Knee Clinic. He is highly specialised in hip and knee surgery, as well as sports injuries and complex reconstruction.

     Mr Mann begun his medical education by qualifying from St Bart’s NHS Trust and went on to do further training from University College London Hospitals, The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, King’s College London Hospital, and The Avon Orthopaedic Hospital in Bristol.

    Mr Mann has a significant research history and still actively engages with it. His research focus is technology in arthroplasty, patient safety, musculoskeletal pathology and trauma. He has published many peer-reviewed article in respected medical journals. Additionally he is a Clinical Lead for the Enhanced Recovery Programme which considers the experience, education, recovery and outcomes of patients. 

    Education

    • FRCS Tr&Orth Royal College Surgeons, Edinburgh 2009
    • MRCS Royal College Surgeons, Edinburgh 2003
    • MBBS St Bartholomews and The Royal London School of Medicine and Dentistry 1999
    • BSc (Psychology) University College London 1998
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