Dr Singh is a specialist orthopaedic surgeon trained and experienced in spine surgery in Sydney, NSW. His special interests include all aspects of spine surgery and spinal disorders, including adult and paediatric spine deformity and reconstruction as well as degenerative cervical and lumbar conditions.
Qualifications and experience
FRCS (eng) (2009)
MS (orth), DNB (Orth) (2001)
Fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of surgeons (2015)
Dr Singh underwent 2 years of supervised practice, in conjunction with six years of advanced surgical training in orthopaedic surgery in the UK, four years of advanced and three years of basic surgical training in India. He was awarded the fellowship of the Royal Australasian College of surgeons in 2015.
Fellowship in Spine Surgery (2014)
Royal North Shore Hospital, St Leonard's, Sydney
Dr Singh worked at this prestigious tertiary centre on a year-long AOA- accredited fellowship with his experience focusing on trauma, infection, tumour and adult deformity.
Fellowship in Spine Surgery (2011)
the Children's Hospital at Westmead, Sydney
Dr Singh trained for twelve months in the spine unit at this tertiary referral center in an AOA- accredited fellowship, with exposure focusing on scoliosis, congenital and acquired deformity, and paediatric spine trauma.
Fellowship of the Royal College of surgeons of England (2009)
Dr Singh was awarded the fellowship after six years of advanced surgical training in the UK . He then worked as Senior registrar in orthopaedics and spine surgery at the West Hertfordshire hospitals NHS trust.
MS(Orth) DNB (Orth) (2001)
Dr Bhisham Singh was awarded the Master of Sciences in orthopaedics and the Diploma of the National Board after his surgical training in orthopaedics in India.he trained at the prestigious Sir J J group of Hospitals in Mumbai. Dr Singh achieved the highest rank in this nationwide exit examination and was awarded the gold medal.
Dr Singh completed medical school at Grant Medical College, University of Mumbai and graduated with distinctions. A period of internship included six months of work in remote rural western India.