Mr Kush Narang qualified from Delhi University in India with a Masters degree in orthopaedics. He came to the UK to develop his expertise in minimally invasive surgery.
During his training in the UK he was trained on the rotations from Kings College Hospital, St. Thomas Hospital and St. Georges Hospital, London as well at The Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham. His fellowship sub-specialty training in post trauma reconstruction was in Karlsruhe, Germany and in Sports Injuries from Insall Scott and Kelly institute at the Beth Israel Medical Centre, New York, USA.
He teaches internationally on courses for arthroscopic surgery of the shoulder and trains higher surgical trainees on sports injuries as well as shoulder and elbow conditions.
Mr Narang endeavors to provide a high quality service in minimally invasive surgery of shoulder and elbow conditions as well as for sports injuries. He provides arthroscopic management of shoulder conditions including rotator cuff repairs, shoulder instability and frozen shoulder. He also manages osteoarthritic shoulders with the latest technology such as shoulder resurfacing and rotator cuff arthropathy with reverse shoulder replacements.
He practice at BMI Goring hall hospital as well as Western Sussex Hospitals and accepts referrals for both private and NHS patients.