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Mr Sandeep Konduru - Spinal Surgery

Mr Konduru is a Spinal Consultant at Rowley Hall Hospital who specialises in lower back pain, sciatica and other wear and tear problems of the whole spine (degenerative conditions), spinal injections, key hole spine surgery, Vertebroplasty and Kypholasty for osteoporotic vertebral fractures.

Based at: Rowley Hall Hospital | Get directions | Go to hospital website

GMC Number

4784768

Clinical interests

Lower back pain and sciatica

Neck pain and arm pain

Degenerative pathology of the whole spine

Spinal injections

Key hole spinal surgery

Vertebroplasty and Kypholasty for osteoporotic vertebral fractures

Academic background

Mr Konduru completed his Orthopaedic training in Glasgow and subsequently underwent a combined Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Spinal Fellowship in Liverpool.  

His main area of practice is in treating low back pain, sciatica and other problems associated with ageing and wear and tear changes in all areas of the spine.

He is very experienced in microsurgical techniques of spinal surgery and instrumentation of the spine. He believes in treating most spinal problems with non-operative methods and injections wherever possible. Where surgery is needed, he practices minimally invasive / key hole surgery to minimise trauma and speed up recovery.

Mr Konduru takes an active interest in clinical and lab research on a variety of  issues related to spinal problems. 

He has received national funding for his previous research projects on minimising impact of back pain in patients with myeloma (a type of blood cancer). He has supervised phD students at Keele University and is a Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer there. He has an active interest in digital technology and its role in transforming clinical pathways in hospitals and is the founder of Remcare (a digital app). 

He is also chairman of a local charitable organisation which works towards improving health care and educational facilities for the needy in developing countries.

He speaks a range of languages including English, Hindi, Urdu and some South Indian languages

NHS base

University Hospital of North Staffordshire

Clinic Times

Wednesday PM

01785332898