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During these unprecented times, you can still contact our office by telephone on 01707 690 349 or by email at

Mr Chatterjee is doing domicilary (home) visits and telephone consultations.

MRI scans are still available.




I thought I would drop you a quick message of thanks as today is a year ago that you did my first operation on my spine.


Since you discharged me back in January I have gone on to fully using the gym, been back out on my bike for long distance bike rides and also back on the golf course with no ill effects.  All of my previous symptoms and sensations I was getting have virtually all gone.  An occasional twinge here and there but nothing that doesn’t clear up after doing some strengthening and activation exercises.


Once again my sincere thanks and appreciation for the care of treatment you gave me from the initial consultation followed by the injections I had and then the surgery and after care I could not of asked for more. Thank you and your team for making this whole process as easy as possible.


Many thanks.  Regards.

NK – June 2020



I have developed a specialist practice focusing on the traumatic and degenerative aspects of spinal surgery. I offer treatment for a whole variety of spinal problems. In cervical (neck) and lumbar (lower back) regions, I treat simple and complex spinal problems with a variety of techniques including microdiscectomy, decompression of the spine, spinal fusion and disc replacements.


I also offer the very latest techniques in spinal surgery including minimally invasive (keyhole) surgery, vertebroplasty, and non fusion technology for back pain in order to treat your condition with the least damage to your own tissues. Complimenting my surgical procedures, I offer a wide variety of injection techniques for the treatment of spinal pain.

The philosophy of my treatments are twofold.  I always try to help my patients without surgery where possible. If surgery is required, I use minimally invasive (keyhole) techniques to allow quicker recovery and lessen the discomfort.

Conditions Treated

  • Low back pain

  • Coccydynia (tailbone pain)

  • Sciatica (pinched nerve)

  • Disc Herniation (slipped disc)

  • Spinal Stenosis (crowding of the spinal cord causing hunching over and reduction in walking distance)

  • Spondylolisthesis (misalignment of the vertebrae)

  • Fractures of the spine

  • Neck Pain

  • Brachalgia (arm pain)

  • Cervical Myelopathy (crowding of the spinal cord causing loss of balance and weakness)

  • Sacroiliac Joint Dysfunction (low back pain)

  • Spinal conditions in athletes and sportspersons


Specialist Areas

  • Lumbar Decompression

  • Lumbar Discectomy

  • Lumbar Fusion

  • Vertebroplasty & Kyphoplasty

  • Cervical Decompression & Fusion

  • Cervical Disc Replacement

  • Spinal Injections

  • Facet joint Replacement

  • Sacroiliac Fusion

Special Interests

  • Sports Spinal Injuries

  • Spinal problems in the elderly

  • Complex spinal reconstruction

  • Minimally invasive spinal surgery


Mr Bob Chatterjee MBBS MRCS MSc(Distinction) FRCS(Tr&Orth)

Consultant Spinal Surgeon

​Mr Bob Chatterjee undertakes all forms of spinal surgery from skull to pelvis and specialises in minimally invasive ‘keyhole surgery’ and spinal treatment in for all ages.

Mr Chatterjee is also part of Total Orthopaedics, is the Director of the Spinal Unit at Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth and is a spinal surgeon at the London Clinic.

He believes in his patients not only understanding their back but also being aware of all the non-surgical as well as the operative treatment options. He works with outstanding physiotherapists, osteopaths, chiropractors, naturopaths and pain management specialists in a team based approach to find the right solutions. Every single patient gets the same level of attention as he would give for any member of his own family.

Mr Chatterjee graduated from Guy’s & St Thomas’s Hospital, London, initially training in spinal surgery at Oxford. He was awarded a Culyer Foundation research grant at the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore where his research into bone regeneration gained a distinction.

He was awarded a joint Neurosurgical and Orthopaedic Spinal Fellowship from the Royal College of Surgeons of England and did his neurosurgical training in Cambridge. He was appointed as a Consultant Spinal Surgeon at the Royal Free Hospitals NHS Trust with an exclusively spinal practice undertaking all forms of adult spinal surgery. Among many achievements, he is a spinal advisor to the National Health Service, is a consultant editor of several spinal periodicals and currently President for the Royal Society of Medicine (Orthopaedic section).

He is a tutor for minimally invasive spinal surgery and has a passion for training junior spinal surgeons. He is a UK tutor for AO Spine (Swiss International Standards for Spinal Surgery).

He has both appeared and written widely for the media and has been featured in several national newspaper articles for his expertise in spinal surgery. He also contributes regularly to spinal health and well-being magazines.

List of affiliations

  • Clinical Director of Harley Street Spine

  • Chief of Spinal Surgery at the Hospital of St. John’s and St. Elizabeth

  • Spinal consultant at Total Orthopaedics

  • President Royal Society of Medicine (Orthopaedic section)

  • British Association of Spinal Surgeons

  •  AO spine UK Tutor

  •  North American Spine Society

  • Society for Minimally Invasive Spinal Surgery

  • Spinal Advisor to NHS Choices

  • Editor Spinal Surgery News

  • Doctify 

  • My Health Specialist





The London Clinic

5 Devonshire Place



Mrs Sue Purdie

Tel: 01707 690349
Fax: 01707 690349

Hospital of St John and St Elizabeth

60 Grove End Road

St John's Wood



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