Mr Chandrashekar graduated from the University of Mumbai, India in 2001 and later undertook residency training in General Surgery and Trauma & Orthopaedics at St. Petersburg state paediatric medical academy, Russia between 2001 and 2004, qualifying with a M.S. Degree in Orthopaedics and Traumatology.
Mr Chandrashekar’s further training in trauma and orthopaedics has seen him in rotation across various subspecialty firms in Manchester, Harlow (Essex) and Royal London Hospital (NHS). He successfully passed the Royal College of Surgeons exams securing the Fellowship Diploma for FRCS (Orth) and went on to undertake sub-speciality fellowship training in Foot and Ankle Orthopaedic surgery at The University Hospitals of Southampton Foundation Trust.
Mr Chandrashekar is passionate about teaching and actively trains medical students and orthopaedic trainees within the NHS as well as acting as an examiner for The Royal College of Surgeons in England Revision courses. He has extensive experience in Foot and Ankle surgery with a specialist interest in sports injuries.
Mr Chandrashekar practices minimally invasive surgery and supports enhanced patient recovery and early rehabilitation. He is committed to research projects for foot surgery and has peer-reviewed publications, successfully presenting at international and national medical conferences. Besides speaking English as his first language, he is fluent in Hindi, Tamil and caters to Russian speaking clients as well.