Mr Reza Jenabzadeh qualified in medicine from University College of London Medical School in 1999 and completed his basic surgical training in London.
He undertook three years of research at University College Hospital, London. He completed his specialist registrar training in trauma and orthopaedics on the Imperial College North West Thames rotation in 2012.
He has trained in orthopaedics at University College Hospital, St Marys Hospital, Charring Cross Hospital, Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, West Middlesex Hospital, Northwick Park Hospital, The Royal Berkshire Hospital and Kingston Hospital.
Mr Jenabzadeh undertook two highly sought-after fellowships. In 2012 he undertook a 12-month lower limb arthroplasty fellowship with Professor Walter in Sydney, Australia. In 2013 he then undertook a 12-month trauma fellowship at St Marys Hospital, London. This is a regional major trauma centre exposing him to highly complex trauma cases.
Since 2014 Mr Jenabzadeh has been a consultant in North West Anglia Foundation Trust (NWAFT). He strives for surgical excellence and bases his management of orthopaedic conditions on the best scientific evidence available, together with state of the art equipment and techniques.
He is the educational lead for the Trauma & Orthopaedic department and has developed the provision of computer assisted surgery within the region. He has lectured on the topic of navigated joint replacement at The Royal College of Surgeons (England) and at The British Orthopaedics Trainee Association (BOTA) meeting. He is also teaching faculty for computer assisted hip and knee replacement at national and international courses.