His training took place in well-recognised centres from Romania, Austria, Belgium, Japan, Hong Kong and United Kingdom.
He has completed 2 Fellowships in Lower Limb Arthroplasty, one at Bradford Royal Infirmary (2006, including also specialist training in knee arthroscopy) and one at Warwick Hospital (2009-2010).
He has been working as a Consultant at Bedford Hospital since 2015, where he has made a significant contribution in implementing changes and introducing new services, leading to improvement of quality of care and patient satisfaction. He practices evidence-based medicine, has excellent communication skills and is passionate about enhanced rehabilitation (early discharge) after hip and knee replacement surgery. He practices evidence-based medicine and his results in the National Joint Registry are very good.
He is Regional Clinical Supervisor for medical students from Cambridge University and Clinical and Educational Supervisor for junior doctors from East of Anglia Foundation Programme. He has delivered multiple presentations at national and international meetings and is published in well-recognised peer-reviewed Journals.
He is part of Bedford Riverside Tennis Club Team and participates to local and regional competitions.