Dr Kannan Rajesparan is a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist who specialises in diagnostic imaging and intervention of bone, joint and soft tissue disorders.
His NHS practice is based at University College Hospital London and the ISEH. His private practice is based at The Princess Grace Hospital and the ISEH.
Dr Kannan Rajesparan studied medicine at St Bartholomew’s and the Royal London School of Medicine, as well as a degree in Orthopaedic Science based at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital (Stanmore) and University College London. He has had post-graduate surgical training during which time he gained Membership of the Royal College of Surgeons, as well as further clinical experience in trauma and orthopaedics. He spent a year in an orthopaedic clinical research post at The Elective Orthopaedic Centre, during which time he set-up and ran international multicentre data evaluation panel studies, as well as publishing on his own research.
Dr Kannan Rajesparan undertook his clinical radiology training in Cambridge and East of England, as well as a dedicated musculoskeletal radiology fellowship at University College Hospital London.
As a consultant musculoskeletal radiologist he specialises in the imaging and image guided intervention of orthopaedic, rheumatological and oncological musculoskeletal problems using a range of modalities including ultrasound, MRI, CT, radiography and fluoroscopy. Dr Kannan Rajesparan performs a range of interventional musculoskeletal procedures from ultrasound guided injections to CT guided bone biopsies and laser ablations.
Dr Kannan Rajesparan is the Ultrasound Lead radiologist at UCLH and a core member of the London Sarcoma Team, dealing with the diagnosis and image-guided intervention of bone and soft tissue tumours. He is Clinical Tutor of radiology training at UCLH, and is an invited lecturer on the MSc Sports Medicine Programme. He organises and lectures on national radiology meetings in association with the British Institute of Radiology.