Mr Narayana Prasad

Mr.Narayana Prasad is a Consultant orthopaedic surgeon specialises in Shoulder and elbow surgery with particular interest in arthroscopy, sports injury, shoulder and elbow replacement, trauma surgery and management of fractures. Mr.Prasad works at BMI Alexandra hospital, Cheadle and BMI highfield hospital Rochdale. Mr.Prasad’s NHS practice is based at Tameside NHS foundation Trust. After completing the medical degree Mr.Prasad completed a Masters degree in Trauma and orthopedics. He joined as a clinical research fellow at University Hospital in Cardiff and developed a keen research interest in shoulder and elbow replacement. Mr.Prasad completed basic surgical training and higher surgical training in trauma and orthopaedics from Wales training programme, UK. Preceding his consultant appointment, Mr. Prasad was awarded a 6-month fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow surgery from the internationally reputed Sheffield shoulder and Elbow unit. Mr Prasad was subsequently selected for 6 month international fellowship in upper extremity reconstruction and sports surgery from the University of Manitoba, Canada which he successfully completed. He was also awarded the BOA travelling fellowship to visit Centre Albert Trillat, Hospital de la Croix-Rousse, Lyon France. Mr.Prasad also completed a Master of Science degree in orthopaedic engineering from Cardiff University. He continued his research interest during in career and has extensively presented papers in National and international orthopaedic meetings. He also initiated and completed many service evaluation projects and audits during his career. He has over 20 publications in peer-reviewed journals and has also written book chapters in various orthopaedic textbooks. He is also a reviewer for orthopaedic journals. Mr.Prasad has kept him self up to date to maintain good clinical practice and has been heavily involved in teaching and training. Mr. Prasad is passionate about his work and ensures that his patients always receive exceptionally high quality of care.

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4th April 2019
Written by a patient at BMI The Alexandra Hospital

Really listened to what I had to say, I had rotator cuff repair and he explained everything thoroughly. He made me feel at ease with the surgery and follow up appointments. Would highly recommend Dr Prasad and I feel he does not need to improve anything

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3rd February 2019
Written by a patient at BMI The Alexandra Hospital

I’ve received exceptional care from my consultant, from initial diagnosis to treatment.

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31st January 2019
Written by a patient at BMI The Highfield Hospital

I have undergone two operations under Dr Prasad for shoulder Impingement both have been very successful. Dr Prasad explained everything to me about my condition and also about my operations. Dr Prasad is an excellent surgeon and would Highley Recommend him he is such a nice person and made me feel confident about my operations. Thank you

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2nd January 2019
Written by a patient at Tameside General Hospital

I was fortunate to have Mr Prasad deal with my injuries as a result of a road traffic collision. One of my injuries was a broken Scapula, although the Scapula was in many pieces it was initially decided surgery was not required. After a week Mr Prasad was concerned about a certain lack of lateral movement, after consultation with a fellow colleague the complicated operation looked likely. Mr Prasad involved myself in his thought process and agreed that if I could work on getting the particular movement back within the next few days, then surgery could be avoided. Mr Prasad thought that surgery if not required would lead to a better and more trouble free recovery. I compete in Triathlon events and train 6 times a week, my job is also physical so recovery and quality recovery are both very important to me. With a lot of work at home with regards to researched physio, I was able to regain the necessary movement. I met with Mr Prasad the day before my surgery appointment (pre-op), Mr Prasad was genuinely pleased with my progress. We discussed the pros and cons of an operation and it was decided not to go ahead with surgery. Four weeks on from the accident I today met Mr Prasad who seemed to be very pleased with the progress made, he was leaning to the non surgical treatment and was very happy (along with myself) that the correct choice was made. Mr Prasad and his team at Tameside made me feel that I was not just a number but someone who's best interests was to be considered and for that I am very thankful. If there is anything I can pass on to people with similar injuries, it would be to work hard at home although this can be quite painful at times to help with the healing process. We believed that if I had sat at home motionless in a sling then the operation would probably have been required, this could have led to a lot of problems with the muscles, large scar, infections etc. If you want to be dealt with by someone who will involve you throughout the whole process, then you won't go wrong with Mr Prasad and the whole Tameside team. Many thanks Ian

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13th December 2018
Written by a patient at BMI The Alexandra Hospital

I was seen in clinic for a long standing shoulder condition. My options re treatment were fully explained to me and with Dr Prasad we agreement my treatment regime. In the first instance I had an injection in my shoulder which released my symptoms for a number of months however ( as anticipated) this was only a temporary solution. We then agreed to move to surgery. This was undertaken as a day case and my treatment and recovery was excellent I underwent a course of physiotherapist and I was discharged greatly improved 2 weeks following surgery. I received excellent treatment throughout my episode of care.


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