Mr Priyan Landham is an adult and paediatric spine surgeon at Southmead Hospital and Bristol Royal Hospital for Children, which are tertiary referral centres for complex spine surgery including deformity and major trauma. He also works at the Spire Bristol Hospital, Nuffield Health Bristol Hospital, The Chesterfield and the Circle Hospital, Bath.
Mr Landham qualified from Imperial College, London in 2002 and completed his orthopaedic training in London and Bristol. He has undertaken adult and paediatric spine fellowships in Bristol, Auckland City Hospital and Starship Children’s Hospital in New Zealand. Mr Landham manages and treats patients presenting with back pain and sciatica, as well as neck and arm pain. His practice involves surgery for all degenerative spine conditions, spine tumours, fractures and deformity.
In addition, Mr Landham has a strong research interest and has a master’s degree in orthopaedic engineering and a research doctorate in spinal biomechanics and the optimisation of vertebral augmentation. He has been a recipient of a Royal College of Surgeons of England Research Fellowship and has won several awards including best research paper at the Australian Spine Society, the American Society for Spine Radiology and the Society for Back Pain Research. He is also on the editorial board of Bone & Joint 360, which is the leading review journal in orthopaedic surgery.