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Dr Anesh Chavda

Consultant MSK Interventional Radiologist


Anesh read medicine at University College London. He completed MRCP during his medical rotations before changing specialty to radiology, training in both the North East and London at the Imperial college training scheme including St Mary’s, Hammersmith and Charing Cross Hospitals. 

Anesh is fellowship trained in musculoskeletal imaging whilst also practicing general radiology. He spent six months at the specialist bone tumour centre at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore and then undertook twelve months of sports musculoskeletal imaging training at St Paul’s Hospital, Vancouver, Canada, followed by a final six months of general radiology and training at the same institution. Here he regularly taught on MSK imaging courses in British Columbia, whilst also producing multiple peer reviewed publications and co-authoring a book chapter. He has presented both nationally and internationally and reviews articles for international musculoskeletal radiology journals. Considering his interest in sports both personally and professionally he was a radiologist at the recent 2022 Birmingham Commonwealth Games. 

His current practice as a consultant radiologist is based at West Middlesex University Hospital, sub-specialising in diagnostic and interventional musculoskeletal imaging, with expertise in ultrasound, fluoroscopy, computer tomography and magnetic resonance imaging. He participates in weekly multi-disciplinary team meetings primarily relating to musculoskeletal conditions including the diabetic, orthopaedic and soft tissue sarcoma (lumps and bumps) meetings, whilst also double reporting on complex whole-body MRI relating to myeloma diagnosis and treatment. He is a member of the British Society of Skeletal Radiology and the Radiological Society of North America. 

His spare time is now spent with his wife Alexandra looking after their growing family, whilst trying to find the time to escape back to Whistler to spend time on the slopes.