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Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Chair in Sports Science at University of Greenwich

Professor Tony Kochhar

Professor Tony Kochhar

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon, Chair in Sports Science at University of Greenwich

Professor Tony Kochhar is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Shoulder, Elbow, Upper Limb Surgery. Recognised as the only shoulder surgeon in Tatler Magazine’s Best Surgeons Guide 2013/14, Professor Kochhar’s practice is based around the principle that an early accurate diagnosis and prompt specialist treatment will lead to a faster recovery and return to work. He is an expert in keyhole surgery and minimally invasive techniques and uses only best practice and the latest techniques.

Professor Kochhar completed his specialist training at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, and then worked with some of the best shoulder surgeons in the world, including fellowship training in New York and the world-renowned Alps Surgery Institute in France.

Professor Kochhar has been an Consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma surgeon since 2006. He regularly lectures both nationally and internationally at leading shoulder conferences and training courses and continues to teach the latest techniques to trainees and fellow Consultants from around the country and internationally.

Professor Kochhar is also a Visiting Professor of Sports Science at the University of Greenwich, London.

Special interests

Shoulder and elbow surgery, keyhole surgery of the shoulder and elbow, sports injuries, repetitive strain injury (RSI), rotator cuff, Frozen Shoulder, Shoulder dislocation/instability, clavicle fracture, ACJ dislocation, tennis elbow, ganglion, arthroscopic subacromial decompression, carpal tunnel, Dupuytren’s contracture


MSc FRCS (Tr. & Orth)

NHS base

Faculty of Sports Science, University of Greenwich

Consulting Sessions

Telephone Number

020 7234 2771

Fax Number

020 7234 2688

St Thomas Street, The Shard




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