Mr Srinivas Samsani is a senior consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon and one of the leading hip and Knee surgeons in the Kent. After obtaining the MBBS from Andhra university in India, Mr Samsani has completed his orthopaedic residency programme at PGIMER Chandigarh and was awarded Masters in 1994. After completing higher surgical orthopaedic training from St Thomas’ and Guy’s Hospital rotation London in 2005, he underwent further sub-speciality fellowship training at Austin Health Hospital in Melbourne, Australia involving minimally invasive hip replacement, revision surgery and computer assisted Hip and Knee replacement surgery. He was appointed as Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with special interest in Hip and Knee surgery at Medway NHS Foundation Trust in September 2006. Mr Samsani is one of the leading revision hip and knee surgeons in the Kent. He routinely performs both cemented and uncemented hip replacement surgeries. He also has extensive experience in minimally invasive hip replacement surgery and has been performing this surgery since 2006 with excellent results. Mr Samsani has extensive experience in revision surgery and is the lead revision hip surgeon at Medway NHS Foundation trust. He also routinely performs total and partial knee replacements. He actively promotes the enhanced recovery following hip and knee replacement surgery and employs various techniques to minimise the postoperative pain. He routinely performs key hole surgery of knee (knee arthroscopy) for sports injuries and other knee problems. Mr Samsani has special interest in teaching and training and trains orthopaedic trainees from London rotation. He has widely published his research in peer reviewed journals and presented at various national and international meetings. He also authored few orthopaedic books. Mr Samsani is a member of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, Royal college of surgeons London, Royal college of surgeons of Edinburgh and British Indian Orthopaedic Society.