Mr Birender Balain
Mr Balain finished his medical schooling at University of Delhi in 1995. He then finished his MS (Ortho) postgraduate training from Delhi University. He then came to UK in 2001 and after completing basic surgical training at Bristol, London and Shrewsbury, joined the prestigious Oswestry-Stoke training program in Trauma & Orthopedics with the West Midlands Deanery in 2004. Apart from training in all aspects of orthopedics, he had two and a half years of experience and training in all aspects of Spinal Disorders. He has trained with both Prof SM Eisenstein & Mr DC Jaffray. He completed his spinal fellowships at University Hospital of North Staffs & RJAH Orthopedic Hospital, Oswestry. This included short visits for training at University Hospital, Innsbruck (Austria) and Texas Back Institute, Dallas, USA.
He has been working as an NHS Consultant Spine Surgeon at the Robert Jones and Agnes Hunt Orthopedic Hospital, Oswestry. He is currently managing all aspects of spinal disorders in the Centre for Spinal Disorders at Oswestry.
Mr Balain has published articles in leading International Spine Journals and is currently undertaking Clinical and Basic Sciences Research on a number of Spinal Disorders in Oswestry.
MBBS, MS (Orth), FRCS Glasgow, FRCS (T&O)
Medical Qualification, University of Delhi 1995
Orthopaedics Post Graduation, University of Delhi 1996-2001.
Basic Surgical training in Bristol, London and Shrewsbury 2002-2004.
Higher Surgical Training in the Oswestry-Stoke Training Rotation, West Midlands Deanery 2004-2009.
Spinal fellowship training at RJAH Orthopaedic Hospital Oswestry & University
Hospital of North Staffordshire, Stoke-on-Trent. This included a short stint in
University Hospital Innsbruck, Austria and the Texas Back Institute, Dallas, USA
British Orthopaedic Association, Society for Back Pain Research, British Association of Spinal Surgeons, British Cervical Spine Society