Qualifications: MBBS, M Ch, FRCS, FRCS(Orth)
Mr Ramesh underwent his higher surgical training in Orthopaedic surgery in the South East Thames region including Guy’s & St Thomas’ hospitals in London and completed a fellowship in Preston / Chorley hospitals. He was entered on to the Specialist register for Orthopaedic surgery in 2005.
Mr Pal Ramesh was awarded the prestigious international American Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle society’s (AOFAS) travelling fellowship in 2007 after DePuy travelling fellowship in 2006. This allowed him to visit and train with a number of Foot & Ankle surgeons within North America including Columbus, Galveston, Houston, Minnesota, Toronto, Rochester, Boston, New York, Philadelphia, Washington and Baltimore.
Ramesh is involved in clinical research and academic development and has presented his research at Orthopaedic conferences both nationally and internationally. The recent one was at American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS) conference, where he delivered an invited lecture on midfoot tendon pathology. He also delivered lectures in Indian Orthopaedic association annual conference.
Working at Kingston hospital since August 2005, with a team, Mr Ramesh is keen on teaching and training junior doctors. He is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, BOFAS and Association of American Orthopaedic Surgeons.
Mr Ramesh specialises in foot and ankle problems including:
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I would like to say how pleased I have been throughout the process of having surgery to remove a painful bunion and toe straightening. From the information given prior to the operation to the post operative consultation I have been very impressed.
I had previously postponed the procedure due to the time to recover, how this would impact my job and home lift plus feedback that it was very painful. I can only say that from my experience, it wasn't painful, Dr Ramesh advised that I needed to take 2 weeks of rest with my foot elevated for most of the time. I followed these instructions and was even able to work with my laptop in the 2nd week of recovery. So it was not as disruptive as I originally thought.
My wounds healed very well, a neat scar and the swelling has now reduced so am able to walk further each day and back to my normal routine, 2 months after initial surgery. Thank you again for your considerate approach and for looking after me so well. With the added bonus of now having a straight foot.
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