Mr Chandra Pasapula qualified as a doctor from St. Thomas’ Hospital, London in 1996. He always had an interest in surgery, and did his basic surgical rotation at the Kings Hospital training programme in London followed by the prestigious Oxford Deanery Higher Specialist Surgical Training Programme in Trauma and Orthopaedics. He continued his interest in lower limb, foot and ankle surgery in Oxford, in particular during fellowship programmes in foot and ankle surgery at Addenbrookes Hospital in Cambridge and The Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore, followed by a visiting fellowship in Europe.
Mr Pasapula has published in several areas of general orthopaedic surgery, knee surgery and foot and ankle surgery. He continues to publish and has also written chapters in medical textbooks. He has a keen research interest.
Mr Pasapula has been in the Consultant post at the Queen Elizabeth Hospital in Kings Lynn since 2007, where he has developed a foot and ankle service including neurological feet, flat feet, and forefoot surgery and diabetic feet. He continues to practice in hip and knee surgery.
In addition to foot and ankle surgery he also performs adult arthroplasty of the hip, knee (replacements) and general adult and paediatric trauma surgery.
General orthopaedic trauma and elective surgery.
All aspects of foot and ankle surgery including high arch, flat feet, bunions surgery, Achilles tendon problems and lesser toe problems. Also heal pain syndrome, neurology disturbance in feet, inflammatory arthritis, tendoachilles pathology, tendon disorders and genetic conditions of the feet such as arthritis.