Mr Rohit Gupta was born in the UK. His Medical under-graduate training took place at Guys Hospital Medical School, University of London where he qualified in 1993. His post-graduate surgical training was at Guys and St Thomas' Hospitals, London and his Specialist Orthopaedic Surgery training was undertaken in the South East Thames region of the NHS (South East London & Kent), including world renowned Guys, St Thomas and Kings College Teaching Hospitals. Upon completion of his orthopaedic training, he undertook one year of Specialist Surgical Fellowship training in Shoulder/Upper Limb Surgery & Sports Medicine/Arthroscopic Surgery in Perth, Australia in 2003-4. He worked with some of the best surgeons in Australia to hone his complex arthroscopic reconstructive skills, and therefore minimally invasive/keyhole surgery is now a real forte of his.
He was subsequently appointed as a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon with a specialist interest in Shoulder & Upper Limb surgery at the nationally renowned Rowley-Bristow Orthopaedic Unit, Ashford and St Peters Hospital NHS trust. It is here that he has been instrumental in developing the Upper Limb Surgery service since 2005 and is currently standing as the Upper Limb Surgery Speciality Lead Clinician. He has developed a Specialist Upper Limb Private Practice with clinics in Chertsey, Woking and Weybridge and stands as the MAC chairman for The Runnymede Hospital.
Mr Gupta uses the latest technology in diagnostic investigation, including MRI arthrography, 3-D CT scanning, high definition ultrasound, digital radiology, and electromyography. In particular, he specialises in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery to treat many conditions such as: frozen shoulder, tendonitis, rotator cuff tear, dislocation, biceps injury, tennis elbow, stiff elbow, carpal instability, TFCC tear, and all forms of arthritis. In addition, he is an expert in all forms of shoulder and elbow replacement surgery, from partial / resurfacing to complex revision replacements. In upper limb trauma surgery, he uses some of the latest customised fracture fixation implants in order to achieve the very best clinical outcomes.
Mr Gupta is a very enthusiastic promoter of the multi-disciplinary approach towards the management of his patients, and works very closely with a dedicated specialist team of Radiologists (specialised in Musculoskeletal Radiology), Anaesthetists (specialised in Upper Limb Regional Nerve Blockade), Physiotherapists, and Occupational Hand Therapists.