Mr Bob Chatterjee

Consultant Spinal Surgeon

Qualifications
  • Qualifications MBBS, MRCS, MSc(Distinction), FRCS(Tr&Orth)

  • Year of qualification 1995

  • GMC number 4217004

  • Main NHS base Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (Barnet & Chase Farm Hospitals)

About Mr Bob Chatterjee

Mr Chatterjee is a joint Neurosurgical & Orthopaedic Fellowship trained exclusive specialist Spinal Surgeon treating all adult spinal conditions with the very latest ‘keyhole techniques’. He qualified from Guys and St Thomas’s Hospital in 1995 and completed research on Biomechanics and Skeletal Tissue Degeneration at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in 2003, gaining a distinction for his thesis. Mr Chatterjee undertook specialist Orthopaedic Training on the prestigious Middlesex Rotation and was awarded a Royal College Spinal Fellowship Training programme at Cambridge and Norfolk and Norwich Hospitals in 2010.

He has a firm commitment to education, both lecturing and teaching internationally. He is a tutor in minimally invasive ‘keyhole’ surgery. He is a member of the Swiss AO Spine faculty responsible for worldwide training of spinal surgery. He is the author of several book chapters, articles and research papers in addition to presenting his research work internationally. He is currently the Consultant editor of several periodicals and resides on several committees and is currently President – Elect of the Royal Society of Medicine (Orthopaedic Section). His passion for spinal surgery is evident in his consultations with clear explanations of both conditions and options for treatment. He remains a Spinal Advisor to the NHS.

Mr Chatterjee is a Consultant Spinal Surgeon for Barnet and Chase Farm NHS trust. He has now joined the Orthopaedic faculty of the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust.

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