Mr Arjuna Imbuldeniya is a Consultant Surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics at New Victoria Hospital. Mr Imbuldeniya is a fully qualified and trained surgeon who specialises exclusively in treating patients suffering from complex hip and knee problems, using cutting edge technology and up-to-date, proven and precise techniques.
Mr Imbuldeniya is dedicated to combining Innovation, compassion and excellence to achieve the best results for every patient under his care. Our patients are always our number one priority and are treated as if they were our own family and friends.
Early life and background
Mr Imbuldeniya proudly works as an NHS Consultant Surgeon in Trauma and Orthopaedics at the Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, West Middlesex University Hospital, London, where his mother worked as a midwife and where he was also born.
His parents moved to the UK from Sri Lanka in the late 1960s. He grew up in Ealing and then later Acton in West London, and was fortunate to be awarded a full assisted place at Latymer Upper School in Hammersmith.
Undergraduate and post graduate training
Mr Imbuldeniya graduated as a medical doctor in 2001 from St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London Hospitals Medical School, University of London. He spent a number of years training as a junior doctor at The Royal London Hospital. His senior surgical training was based in North West London, including appointments at Charing Cross Hospital, St Mary’s Hospital in Paddington and at Chelsea and Westminster Hospital.
Specialist fellowship experience
Prior to taking up his consultant post, Mr Imbuldeniya undertook international specialist fellowship training at the renowned Mater Hospital in Sydney, Australia. This is the largest joint replacement centre in the Southern Hemisphere, and here he learned cutting-edge surgical techniques in hip and knee surgery from some of Australia’s most respected and experienced surgeons.
Specialist interests in computer-guided surgery and health policy
Mr Imbuldeniya is trained in and believes in the use of technology-assisted surgery - such as computer-guided joint replacement surgery - and has completed a Masters degree in Health Policy from Imperial College, London, publishing on innovation in healthcare such as new virtual fracture clinics.
He has expertise in keyhole knee surgery including ACL (anterior cruciate ligament) reconstruction, surgery to help with catching and locking in the knee, computer-assisted partial knee replacement, computer-assisted total knee replacement, hip replacement (particularly in the younger adult) and complex revision/redo hip replacement.
Professional memberships and affiliations
Mr Imbuldeniya is a member of the British Orthopaedic Association, The British Hip Society and The Computer Assisted Orthopedic Society UK. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England, and a qualified Advanced Trauma Life Support instructor for medical professionals.
Mr Imbuldeniya is actively involved in training the next generation of doctors and surgeons in Central and West London, and is an examiner for final year medical students from Imperial College.
Mr Imbuldeniya is author to a number of recent research and clinical audit papers published in peer reviewed medical journals relating to hip, knee and orthopaedic trauma surgery. He has also presented this work at national and international medical conferences. Copies of his published research are available on this site.
Interests outside of work
Hailing from West London he is a lifelong supporter of Brentford FC, and cherishes all his spare time enjoying life with his young children.
To see Mr Imbuldeniya as a patient
Privately, he is recognised by all major health insurers and patients are advised to seek approval from their Health Insurer before they visit the clinic.
All patients are recommended to attend with an accompanying GP referral letter
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Chelsea and Westminster NHS Foundation Trust, West Middlesex University Hospital, London