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Mr Ravi Kanth Mallina

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29th July 2022


I am very happy with the outcome of my wrist operation. Mr Mallina is one of the best doctors I have come across he is very kind and wants the best outcome. Mr Mallina explained the risks and benefits of treating my fracture with and with out an operation, and I am glad I choose to get my wrist fracture treated with operation; the wrist feels back to normal. I would highly recommend Ravi Mallina.

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Written by a NHS patient at Croydon University Hospital
23rd May 2022


I received treatment for carpal tunnel syndrome, Mr Mallina was at all times courteous, professional and realistic about what surgery could achieve. Following keyhole surgery performed by Mr Mallina, I was given clear instructions on after care. Five months later I am very happy with the results of my surgery, the burning sensation and stiffness are completely gone and my hand feels amazing.

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Written by a NHS patient at West Valley Hospital
19th May 2022


Dr. Mallina is not only a true professional but an amazing humanitarian. His grace when explaining and going through the possible motives before the surgery certainly helped to understand what to expect and how to overcome it. The operation when as smooth as it possibly could. Both times Follow up he doesn’t settle, he makes sure the best possible service can be provided for his patients and I am truly grateful for him and his service. As a designer I use my hands and need my hands to present my skills. I am glad to say Dr. Mallina truly helped me to keep going towards my Dreams and Goals. And for this I am forever grateful!

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Written by a NHS patient at Croydon University Hospital
10th May 2022


I found Mr Mallina to be knowledgeable, kind and helpful from the moment of our first consultation. He also proved to be extremely flexible and patient when the original operation appointment was cancelled on a number of occasions, for reasons out of his control. During the procedure and on each following-up, Mr Mallina showed himself to be genuinely interested in the outcome of his specialist surgery and for my continuing recovery. Wishing him well for his professional future.

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Written by a private patient at Bupa Cromwell Hospital
29th April 2022


Dr. Mallina provided me with a lot of information and options, delivering these in a clear, understandable manner. I appreciated the updates and checkins regarding my condition.

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Profile

Mr Ravi Mallina is a fellowship trained hand and wrist surgeon passionate about offering holistic and evidence-based care to his patients.

He undertook specialist hand surgery training in the UK’s premier hand centres in Birmingham and Derby, the Pulvertaft Hand Centre. During his time in Derby, he successfully completed the British Society for Surgery of the Hand (BSSH) accredited diploma in Hand Surgery. Mr Mallina undertook a travelling fellowship at world renowned Professor PC Ho’s department of hand and microsurgery in Hong Kong. He presented at several international meetings and authored peer-reviewed papers in leading Orthopaedic and Hand Surgery journals.

Mr Mallina has expertise in delivering comprehensive care in conditions affecting the hand and wrist in multi-disciplinary settings and has a special interest in treating overuse injuries and nerve compressions affecting the upper hand, wrist and elbow. He provides a one-stop clinic service to patients presenting with trauma of the hand and wrist, offers minimally invasive surgery for hand fractures and has experience in using fracture specific plate fixation for complex wrist fractures.

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