Mr. Sandiford is a consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon based at the Joint Reconstruction Unit, Southland Hospital and a senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He specialises in primary and revision hip and knee reconstruction and prosthetic joint infection(PJI). He has published internationally in these fields.

He qualified from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados in 2000. His basic training in Orthopaedics and Hip and Knee reconstruction was obtained in London, UK. This started under the mentorship of Ms. Sarah Muirhead- Allwood. He then undertook specialist fellowship training in Vancouver, Exeter, Nijmegen and London.

He was awarded a Current Concepts in Joint Replacement Fellowship in 2014, a British Hip Society Travelling Fellowship in 2016 and the prestigious American British Canadian (ABC) Travelling Fellowship in 2018.

Mr. Sandiford’s clinical and research interests have focused around hip and knee prosthesis design, Prosthetic Joint Infection and medical education. He has published widely on implant design, surgical techniques, clinical outcomes and return to function and sporting activity after joint replacement surgery.

Nemandra Amir Sandiford St. George's University Medical School, West Indies, Grenada

Mr. Sandiford is a consultant Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon based at the Joint Reconstruction Unit, Southland Hospital and a senior Clinical Lecturer at the University of Otago, New Zealand. He specialises in primary and revision hip and knee reconstruction and prosthetic joint infection(PJI). He has published internationally in these fields.

He qualified from the University of the West Indies, Cave Hill Campus, Barbados in 2000. His basic training in Orthopaedics and Hip and Knee reconstruction was obtained in London, UK. This started under the mentorship of Ms. Sarah Muirhead- Allwood. He then undertook specialist fellowship training in Vancouver, Exeter, Nijmegen and London.

He was awarded a Current Concepts in Joint Replacement Fellowship in 2014, a British Hip Society Travelling Fellowship in 2016 and the prestigious American British Canadian (ABC) Travelling Fellowship in 2018.

Mr. Sandiford’s clinical and research interests have focused around hip and knee prosthesis design, Prosthetic Joint Infection and medical education. He has published widely on implant design, surgical techniques, clinical outcomes and return to function and sporting activity after joint replacement surgery.

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