Mr N Amir Sandiford is an Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in Hip Surgery and Joint Replacement. Based in London, Mr Sandiford operates at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre treating painful and failing joint replacements.
Upon qualifying from the University of the West Indies, Barbados in 2000, Mr Sandiford then undertook Orthopaedic training in Hip and Knee Reconstruction on the South East Thames Rotation. Following this, he then began his specialist training in hip and knee surgery at numerous centres of excellence around the world. As a result of his outstanding achievements, he was awarded a Fellowship in Joint Replacement in 2014 and a British Hip Society Travelling Fellowship in 2016. Additionally, Mr Sandiford was awarded a Masters Degree with Merit in Sports and Exercise Medicine at the University of Wales Institute in Cardiff.
Within the field, Mr Sandiford is widely published and frequently presents his work and research at international meetings and conferences on implant design, surgical techniques, clinical outcomes and recovery following joint replacement surgery. He is actively involved in medical research and outside of his clinic, Mr Sandiford is a reviewer for Hip International, The Bone and Joint Journal and The British Medical Journal.