Mr Subash Tandon

Mr Subash Tandon

Trauma & orthopaedic surgery 03194498


  • Bupa Platinum consultant
  • Fee assured
  • Open Referral network
Bupa Platinum consultant
Fee assured
Open Referral network

Specialises in

  • Knee


  • Face-to-face consultations
  • Video and telephone consultations

About me

Mr Tandon qualified from Queens University Belfast Medical School in 1988. After a few years of postgraduate orthopaedic training in Belfast he did a pre-registrar trauma fellowship in Stoke on Trent Hospital Staffordshire. He trained in orthopaedic surgery on the Robert Jones and Angus Hunt Hospital Oswestry rotation from1993 to 1999 and at the concluding period of this rotation he put his attention to surgery relating to sports injuries.

On completion of this rotation he spent a further year in a specialist fellowship training at the Wakefield Orthopaedic and Sports Injury Clinic in Adelaide, Australia, where he focused on minimally invasive knee surgery, sport injuries and joint replacement surgery. He then spent a further short period in Melbourne working with an eminent knee surgeon.

On returning to the United Kingdom he initially took on a consultant post at Wolverhampton before moving to the University Hospitals of Leicester on August 2002.

His particular interests lie with soft tissue injuries relating to sports injuries of the knee and the treatment of this using minimally invasive surgery. He regularly sees amateur and professional sports people with knee problems.

He is the attending orthopaedic surgeon at the Rugby World Cup- England 2015
He looks after and provides orthopaedic surgical management for the:
Leicester Tigers Team and Academy
Leicester City FC Team and Academy
Leicestershire County Cricket
Leicester Riders
And Many smaller sports clubs

He also has a special interest in cartilage implantation, meniscal transplantation and the treatment of younger patients with knee degenerative problems. He manages the latter with modern conservative treatments and surgical treatments. Mr Tandon is also involved in teaching both medical students and senior trainee orthopaedic surgeons at the University Hospitals of Leicester.

Although he performs conventional total knee replacement surgery he has an interest in uni-compartmental (partial) knee replacement and other modern techniques of osteotomies for the treatment of degenerative changes of the knee in younger people.

He treats difficult patellar disorders, including pain and instability issues. He runs special clinics in association with a physiotherapist for these problems. He receives referrals from around the region. He also runs children and adolescent clinic for sports injuries and patellar problems in combination with a paediatric orthopaedic surgeon.

Areas of interest

Knee Surgery, knee pain
Soft tissue injuries
Sports injuries
Sports medicine
Arthroscopic knee surgery
Sports injuries relating to knees, ankles and shoulders
Management of arthritic knees especially those in young adults
Trauma and reconstruction
Children and adolescent knee injuries and sports injury, ligament injuries, cruciate ligament injuries, cartilage surgery, patellar femoral
mal-tracking, patellar dislocations, patellar pain, patellar instability, anterior knee pain, patellar stabilisation, multiple ligament injuries, arthritis, osteoarthritis, young adults arthritis, post traumatic injuries, young adults sports related arthritis, partial joint replacements, total knee replacements, cartilage transplantation, arthroscopies, menisectomy , meniscal transplantation, meniscal repair

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