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Mr Sandeep Chauhan


Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedics

Area of expertise

Knee surgery

Sub speciality interests

  • Sports injuries to Knee

  • Degenerative knee conditions


Qualified: 1992 - St. Thomas’ Hospital, London 
Basic Surgical Training: St Thomas’ Hospital, London 
Orthopaedic Training: South East Thames Orthopaedic Rotation 
Advanced Trauma  Fellowship: University of Alabama Trauma centre, USA
Advanced Knee Fellowship: Royal Perth Hospital, Australia.

Professional interests

Mr Sandeep Chauhan is a Specialist Knee Surgeon who deals with a wide of knee and sports injury conditions. He pioneered the global use in the use of computers in Knee surgery as well as robotic surgery development- both of which he has led in Sussex.

He was recently awarded a NHS National Innovation Fellowship for his pioneering work in using digital tools to help patients in surgery.

He regularly manages  a wide variety of complex knee conditions- both degenerative and sports related. His joint replacement practice has used computer or robotic aided procedures since 2002.

He has been an NHS Consultant at Brighton & Sussex University Hospitals NHS Trust since 2002.

He also works as a member of the Complex Arthroplasty Unit, working in a team of Orthopaedic Consultants dealing with complex joint replacement problems. 

Personal interests

Sandeep is married with four children and enjoys cycling, swimming and learning to paddle board.

Book an appointment:

01273 828030 Appointments 
01273 828093 Secretary Sarah Strangeman

List of conditions treated

  • ACL, PCL ligament reconstruction of the knee

  • Meniscal repair

  • Knee cartilage reconstruction/preservation

  • Tibial osteotomy

  • Unicompartmental (Partial) knee replacements

  • Patello-femoral knee replacement

  • Total Knee Replacements

  • Revision Knee Arthroplasty

  • Robotic Knee Surgery

NHS appointment

Consultant Knee Surgeon, University Hospitals Sussex

Private hospital sites

The Montefiore Hospital, Hove
Spire Gatwick Park Hospital