MBBS FRCS (Orth) MSc
Consultant specialising in Foot and Ankle Surgery and Trauma at Kingston NHS Trust. He qualified from St George’s Medical School, London and underwent training in the SW Thames rotation. He completed fellowships abroad in South Africa and Sydney.
His speciality is Foot and Ankle Surgery and he is particularly interested in the treatment of diabetic feet incuding the use of specialised casting techniques.
Adam started working as an orthopaedic practitioner in 2004 and went onto complete the British Casting Certificate at Stanmore in April 2006.
He then moved to London and became Plaster Departmental Lead at Kings College, London developing special interests in tissue viability and diabetic casting, in addition to the complete range of orthopaedic casting techniques. He was previously Lead at Kingston hospital and developed his interest in diabetic casting and treatment. Adam now works in industry to develop novel, sustainable casting materials.
He is trained in paediatric congenital treatments and FRC techniques (Focused Rigidity Casting). Other interests include non-operative management of traumatic injuries and paediatric fracture management. Co-founder of the Principles of Casting for Orthopaedic Surgeons Course.
MA (Cantab) MBBS MRCS FRCS (Orth)
Having completed his pre-clinical training at Christ's College, Cambridge Piyush went onto complete his clinical training at University College London Medical School.
He then completed his foundation jobs in North Central Thames before undertaking his Core Surgical Trainining in London. Piyush is currently a registrar on the North West Thames Rotation.
Piyush has always had a keen interest in education and helped create and develop the Principles of Casting for Orthopaedic Surgeons course. When not at work Piyush enjoyes photography and travelling.
BSc (Hons) MBBS MD FRCS (Orth) RAMC
James is an orthopaedic consultant currently working at Frimley Park Hospital. He has a special interest in trauma and knee surgery and instructs on both this course and on ATLS provider courses. He has a played a key role in the organisation and delivery of this course.
James is a serving British Army officer, has published on both civilian and military trauma and has served on operational tour in Afghanistan. He is a current Royal College of Surgeons of England research fellow and in April 2016 was awarded his MD thesis with the Bioengineering Department at Imperial College London looking at the mechanism of blast-mediated traumatic amputation.
When not at work, James loves relaxing with his family, catching up with friends or getting out on his bike in the Surrey hills.
Mr Tim Sinnett | Trauma & Orthopaedic Consultant
MBBS (AICSM) MA (Cantab) FRCS (Orth)
Mr Sinnett completed pre-clinical training at Cambridge University in 2003 and clinical training at Imperial College School of Medicine in 2006. He started his post-graduate training in Trauma and Orthopaedics on the North West Thames Rotation in 2010 and was awarded the FRCS (Tr & Orth) in 2016.
He has been a Consultant at Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust since 2017. Mr Sinnett is an experienced trauma surgeon and is the current Trauma Lead for the department at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital. Having completed the prestigious Surrey Foot and Ankle Fellowship, training under several renowned experts in their field, Mr Sinnett treats all aspects of Foot and Ankle Surgery.
He a passionate about training and research, and teaches on several post-graduate courses throughout the year.
Mr Khalid Al-Dadah | Trauma & Orthopaedic Consultant
MBChB MRCS (Ed) PGCert FHEA FRCS (Orth)
Mr Al-Dadah is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Knee and Trauma Surgery. He graduated from The University of Sheffield School of Medicine, and after completing his foundation years, he moved to London to embark on his Higher Specialist Training in the Imperial College London Orthopaedic Training Programme. Mr Al-Dadah has worked in London’s leading hospitals, from tertiary referral centres to major trauma centres, and underwent Higher Fellowship Training in the coveted Oxford Knee Fellowship. He specialises in sports knee injuries and complex knee replacement surgery, with a particular interest in partial knee replacements and rapid recovery.
Khalid is an Honorary Clinical Senior Lecturer at Imperial College London, and has been awarded the Local Teaching Hero award on multiple occasions. Mr Al-Dadah is a Fellow of the Higher Education Academy, has organised and led numerous courses dedicated to the development of surgeons, and is responsible for the training and progression of multiple surgical trainees in London.