Kunal Hinduja is a Manchester based Orthopaedic hand surgeon with a keen interest in teaching at all levels. He has accomplished a master's degree in Orthopaedic Engineering from the university of Cardiff, one of the most highly sought after universities which specialises in this field of education. He finished his thesis based on wrist fractures and regularly presented work at both national and international conferences, publishing international journals also.
Kunal Hinduja has a primary interest in hand and wrist surgery, as well as trauma. On top of consulting privately at the BMI Highfield hospital, and St Johns Street in Manchester, he is also based at the Pennine Acute for his NHS practise.
Kunal Hinduja's teaching is regularly involved in the training of registrars, as well as this he is responsible for the North West based organisation which teaches hand surgery to other registrars. Currently, Mr. Hinduja holds an Honorary Lecturer post at the university of Manchester, this is due to his involvement in medical student teaching.