Mr Aggarwal is triple fellowship trained (shoulder, hand, elbow and trauma) undertaken at International Centre of Orthopaedics Excellence (King College Hospital, London).
He initially worked as an acting trauma and upper limb Consultant at the world renowned King's College Hospital major trauma centre. He has since moved his NHS practice to The Princess Royal University Hospital to develop and modernise the elective and trauma shoulder, elbow and hand service at the south sites.
Mr Aggarwal specialises in:
- 1) Keyhole (arthroscopic) Shoulder surgery
- 2) Keyhole (arthroscopic) Elbow surgery
- 3) Keyhole (arthroscopic) Wrist surgery
Mr Aggarwal had some of the most advanced training in arthroscopic surgery at King's College Hospital and endevours to deliver safe, high quality, evidence based modern treatment to his patients.
Mr Aggarwal is happy to help you with all types of shoulder, elbow and hand pain. His preference is to avoid surgery whenever possible, and he believes most of the upper limb pathologies can be dealt with using personalised rehabilitation plans.
When surgery is required, Mr Aggarwal had specialised training in shoulder, hand and elbow pathologies during his extensive two and half year fellowships and likes to treat conditions in the least invasive fashion as possible to help you get back on your feet quickly.
- All types of shoulder, elbow and hand pain
- British Orthopaedic Association
- British Indian Orthopaedic Society
- Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh
- Indian Orthopaedic Association
- Delhi Medical Association
Current NHS and /or University Posts
Princess Royal University Hospital
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