BSc(Hons), MBBS (Hons), MRCS(Edin), MRCS(Eng), FRCS(Eng), MD(Res
Consultant Vascular and Endovascular Surgeon
Mr Dindyal was born and raised in London and medically trained at the internationally renowned Imperial College School of Medicine London between 1997 and 2003 where he gained a Physiology BSc degree in 2000, before completing his medical and surgical degrees.
Mr Dindyal completed his initial training in the Professorial Vascular Unit at Charing Cross Hospital then gained his basic surgical training on the competitive Basildon, Bart’s and London Hospitals’ rotation, which included time in plastic and reconstructive Surgery, orthopaedics in addition to general, trauma and vascular surgery.
He completed the membership of the Royal College of Surgeons for the Edinburgh and then English colleges. He then was appointed in the Southwest of England specialty registrar rotation, learning and researching endovenous techniques.
Following this he studied for a Doctorate of Medicine (research) into minimally invasive vascular techniques and imaging between 2008 and 2013. This included time working in Munich to learn specialist ultrasound techniques. Since 2013 he continued his research as the Barts and the London NHS Trust circulatory sciences academic unit vascular and endovascular clinical lecturer.
He completed his final years of training as the senior specialist vascular registrar in the world famous St Mary’s Hospital Vascular Unit, Imperial College Healthcare NHS Trust. He acted up at consultant level before and after gaining his completion of specialist training certification in this unit and was subsequently appointed as a substantive consultant vascular and endovascular surgeon in Basildon, Essex in 2016.
Mr Dindyal’s research has been widely published in over one hundred peer reviewed journals. He has also contributed to several books. His research has been presented worldwide including to specialists in Miami, Dubai, Rome and Munich. This includes developments in a number of general and vascular surgery areas such as the use of endovenous techniques in the ambulatory setting under local anaesthesia to treat varicose veins.
The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh
The Royal College of Surgeons of England
Fellow of the Royal College if Surgeons of England