Mr Shabin Joshi MBBS, FRCS (Ed) and FRCS (SN)
(NHS) Consultant Neurosurgeon and Spinal Surgeon
University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire
(Private) Woodland Hospital (Ramsay Healthcare), Kettering
Nuffield Health Warwickshire Hospital, Leamington Spa
BMI Meriden and Three Shires Hospitals
Neurosurgery fellowship at John Radcliffe Hospital, Oxford.
Specialist Registrar at the National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery, Queen Square along with Barts and the Royal London Hospitals, London.
Research and interests:
Traumatic brain and spinal injury.
Study of headaches in patients with ruptured intracranial aneurysms.
Multi-centre study of spinal epidural abscess.
Completed STASH Trial as a principal investigator.
Principal Investigator (PI) for Rescue-ASDH
Whilst training in London, performed landmark clinical studies and presentations on endoscopic pituitary surgery, bone cement injections in collapsed vertebrae and minimal invasive spinal fusion.
Published and presented widely both nationally and internationally on: brain tumours, spinal pathologies, minimally invasive cranial and spine operations, head injuries and spine trauma. Three-dozen articles in peer-reviewed journals, including six first author original articles.
- Examiner for MBBS, MRCS and FRCS (SN) exit exams
- Clinical tutor
- EAG chair for brain tumours for West Midlands.
- Lead for management of complex pain
Broad range of sub-speciality interests:
Minimally invasive (keyhole) and general spinal operations
Trained in minimally invasive techniques at several centres in the UK, USA and Europe. Interests in injections for pain relief. Also interested in minimally invasive procedures for spinal surgery to facilitate rapid recovery and early return to normal daily function by reducing post-operative pain. Involved in artificial disc replacement in spinal surgery to maintain motion and minimize adjacent disc degeneration.
Minimally invasive and open cranial operations
Intraoperative neuro-navigation biopsies and craniotomies for brain tumours.
Management of CSF flow abnormalities in brain.
Management of head injury patients.
Multidisciplinary approaches for tumours, pain, and spinal pathologies.
Work in close collaboration with neurologists, neuro-oncologists, pain anaesthetists and interventional neuroradiologists in regards to surgical management of these conditions.
Low back and neck pain, operative and non-operative management.
Management of trapped nerves in hand and arms.
- Society of British Neurological Surgeons
- Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
- British Medical Association
- Cooking and trekking
- Charities: Rotarian. Chairman and trustee for UK based charity NDAUK.
I cannot thank Mr Joshi enough. I was treated quickly & am making a good recovery after spinal surgery. I was given all the information I needed to make an informed decision about surgery. He has given me more information to prevent more surgery.
I would definitely recommend this Doctor.
Mr Joshi is totally focused on patient needs. His motto is not to operate unless absolutely necessary especially with spinal issues At every stage, I felt very safe and involved in my treatment. My life is back on track now due to Mr Josh’s skills.
Absolutely delighted with the outcome of my procedure. Mr Joshi has given me a new lease of life.
I have complete confidence in this surgeon’s abilities
He is an exceptional surgeon. I was apprehensive when told all the things that could go wrong, but he put me at ease, so I went through with the operation. I had no pain whatsoever from the time I woke from the anesthetic and still pain free weeks later.
I found Mr Joshi very down to earth and an incredibly knowledgeable neurosurgeon He outlined succinctly how he would resolve my back issues Performed my planned surgery which was a total success Discharged at 4 weeks with advice to maintain future back health
I genuinely cannot fault my treatment & care from start to finish. Absolutely fantastic
A very professional and friendly gentleman.