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Mr Feroz Dinah
MBBS MRCS Dip(Sports & Exercise) FRCS(Tr & Ortho)
Orthopaedic Surgery
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Knee Surgery
Hip Surgery


General Medical Council:


english, french


New appointment: £200
Follow-up appointment: £150


Mr Feroz Dinah is an Orthopaedic Surgeon based in Surrey, UK. After graduating from the University of London in 1996, he undertook specialist orthopaedic training, authored several orthopaedic publications, and spent one year on a highly esteemed research fellowship at John Hopkins University in the USA. He then completed 12 months as a fellow specialising in knee surgery in the UK before being appointed as an Orthopaedic Consultant locum at Addenbrooke's Hospital in 2009, where he also gained experience in hip replacement surgery.

In 2010, Mr Dinah took a substantive post at Epsom and St Helier Hospital NHS Trust and has since has a substantial amount of experience as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon. He further developed his interest in all types of sporting injuries affecting the knee, including ligament damage, meniscus tears, patellar instability, and micro fractures. Aside from arthroscopic procedures, he also conducts revision knee replacements, partial or full knee replacements, and primary hips replacements.

Mr Dinah is constantly expanding his expertise and regularly attends national and international courses to continue his own development, and he currently sits on multiple management and governance committees for orthopaedics.

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Medical Procedures

Meniscus replacement


Knee Ligament Reconstruction

Meniscus excision & repair

Surgery for Patellar Instability

Trauma Surgery

Hip Replacement

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MBBS University of London 1996


Dip(Sports & Exercise Medicine)

FRCS(Tr & Ortho)



I had my hip replacement performed by you and wanted to thank you very much for your kindness and expertise. Also a BIG thank you to all your team, nurses etc. You and your team made me feel less scared in your confident hands. All the goodness to you and everyone.


Words are insufficient to express my deep appreciation to you for the kindness and care given during my operation and long hard recovery. Your personal attention when I arrived for my operation gave me great confidence and your continued oversight to the "PICC line" experience has not gone unnoticed. My hope now is that my right knee will improve in strength to support my left leg so that I can continue life without any further surgery. Thank you.


I just wanted to give you a little feedback and some thanks. Through the first 6months I must have cursed you a million times as it seemed to be painful and debilitating for a lot longer than I had expected. In truth, had I known it would take so long I would probably not have had the procedure. That said, a year on I find myself in a good place, losing a bit more weight and working at the physio made a big difference (one physio, in particular, was extremely good from a kick arse motivational point of view). I kicked my first rugby ball with my son last week since the op with no ill effects and I am cycling regularly. I can also walk down the stairs with my feet pointing forwards instead of sideways like I used to. The final challenge will be next year when I walk the Way of St James after a bit of practice and I'll keep you posted on that. I would not say I am pain-free but its a more obvious and manageable type of pain. To sum up I am very grateful for your work and thank you very much indeed!


Thank you so much for the two successful hip replacements on my mother, giving her much-improved quality of life that is now almost pain-free. We are very grateful for the care and professionalism of the team. Many thanks.