Career to Date
A leading and respected Specialist Hip, Knee & Sports Surgeon, Manoj Sood is in his fourteenth year of Specialist Consultant practice. He qualified at Guys Hospital in London in 1992 and undertook higher training at The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (RNOH) in Stanmore where he was appointed Lecturer to the Professorial Unit. During this post he further developed his interest in hip and knee surgery including in complex and revision hip and knee replacement surgery, and in cartilage restoration techniques. He undertook further higher training as a visiting Senior Clinical Fellow in Hip and Knee Surgery both in the UK and in two centres of excellence in North America in 2004, where he trained under two of the best hip and knee surgeons in the world. At the Mayo Clinic in Minnesota, he worked with Dr Dan Berry and at Mount Sinai Hospital in Toronto with Prof Alan Gross.
Although an expert in hip and knee joint replacement, Mr Sood has developed a strong interest in treatments to preserve damaged and arthritic joints to delay the need for joint replacement. These include biological injections, minimally-invasive surgery and procedures to off-load damaged joints.
Mr. Sood treats Sports injuries in athletes and weekend warriors and has a particular interest in the treatment of Tendon Pain especially Tendinopathies.
Mr Sood specialises in the treatment of all Hip and Knee conditions and in the treatment of Sports injuries.
- Knee and hip arthroscopy(“key-hole” surgery)
- Joint replacement surgery:
- Hip replacement (mini-incision uncemented and cemented)
- Knee replacement (partial and total replacement)
- Joint preservation techniques to delay the need for joint replacement
- biological and regenerative treatments including PRP and hyaluronic acid injections
- cartilage restoration surgery
- osteotomies around the knee
- Management of sports injuries including:
- meniscal injury
- Ligament injury including ACL reconstruction
- articular cartilage injury
- Patellar instability
- Tendinopathy treatment