Mr Nanavati is a consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in foot and ankle surgery. He is an expert in the generality of foot and ankle surgery with specialist skills in sporting injuries, key hole surgery and complex deformity correction. He was a student at The Manchester Grammar School, studied medicine at Brighton/Sussex Medical School and completed his orthopaedic training on the Sheffield, South Yorkshire rotation.
Mr Nanavati has worked alongside 2 past presidents of the British Foot and Ankle Society which included a 16 month fellowship with Miss Patricia Allen in Leicester. He has undertaken a trauma fellowship in Malawi, Africa and completed a post graduate masters in orthopaedic Engineering (Cardiff) which he passed with Merit. He ranked 11th in the country in his orthopaedic training entry exam and 4th in Yorkshire in his basic surgical training entry exam. He has won awards for innovation in orthopaedic surgery, published in multiple journals including the British Medical Journal and is an Advanced Trauma Life Support instructor.
Mr Nanavati was selected as part of a team of highly prolific names in foot and ankle surgery from around the world to write a chapter in ‘Essentials of Foot and Ankle Surgery’ which is an internationally recognised gold standard book. He is vastly experienced in writing medicolegal reports and has developed a reputation based on the quality of his reports, efficiency of his work and responsiveness to any questions posed. He is a member of the British Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS).
In his spare time he enjoys running, walking his dog and spending time with his young family.