Mr Bhutta is a Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon with a specialist interest in knee surgery. His NHS practice is based at Pennine Acute NHS Trust. He graduated from the University of Manchester in 2000, and completed his basic and specialist training in the North Western Deanery, with eminent knee surgeons developing his expertise in many hospitals including Wrightington Hospital.
His practice covers all aspects of knee surgery, from joint preservation surgery and management of ligament injuries to knee replacement surgery from partial to revision, as well as patella stabilisation procedures.
At Pennine Acute Trust he is the Clinical Lead for Orthopaedics at Royal Oldham and Rochdale Infirmary, and has pioneered the implementation of enhanced recovery with minimally invasive surgery. He continues his interest and work as a Fellow on the specialist training committee with an active role in teaching and leads a training module and is involved in the teaching programme in the North Western rotation.
Throughout his career, Mr Bhutta has been involved in further education, research and audit. He completed a Bachelor of Science in Neuroscience and has a Diploma in Orthopaedic engineering. He continues to publish in peer reviewed journals and presents at national and international meetings, which enables him to be at the forefront of knee surgery.