He completed his medical degree in June 2004 at Guy's, King's and St Thomas' Medical School. In June 2001 he completed a BSc in Immunology which set the foundation for his path in to the world of rheumatology. Dr Bhadauria entered specialty training in Rheumatology and General Internal Medicine in 2012.
During his training he experienced a wide variety of rheumatological problems including the common conditions and more complex cases. His experience in acute and general medicine has helped him develop in to a well-rounded rheumatologist where he can really provide hollistic care to his patients.
His current practise involves looking after patients with all aspects of General Rheumatology. His specialty interest is in Early Inflammatory Arthritis and also in the management of patients with Connective Tissue Diseases such as Lupus or Systemic Sclerosis. Other areas that he commonly manages include Back Pain, Neck Pain, Osteoarthritis, Rheumatoid Arthritis, Osteoporosis and Gout.
Dr Bhadauria also conducts research in his current NHS Practise. He is a Principle Investigator for a clinical trial involved in looking at the benefit of two different medications in the management of Ankylosing Spondylitis (SURPASS study). His previous research during his BSc in Immunology looked at the role of heat shock proteins as possible target antigens in the development of Rheumatoid Arthritis.
An important priority for Dr Bhadauria is to maintain a high professional standard. He regularly keeps himself up to date with the latest evidence and research in Rheumatology so that he can provide his patients with the best possible care. He regularly attends conferences and read the latest journals which allows him to do this.
Another important aspect to his care is that he provide a consultation where he looks to make the patient as comfortable as possible and allow for a discussion regarding any investigation and treatment. The Patient's feelings and views are just as important as the doctors. Dr Bhadauria very much enjoy meeting and interacting with new people and this helps him to be a better Consultant.
- British Society Of Rheumatology
- Royal College of Physicians (London)
- British Medical Association (BMA)
- Rheumatoid Arthritis
- Psoriatic Arthritis
- Back Pain
- Joint Injections
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