Mr Rikki Sunil Mistry
Consultant Plastic Surgeon
Specialist interests: Hand surgery; upper limb trauma reconstruction; international medicine; general plastic surgery; surgical innovation; and implant technology
Mr Rikki Sunil Mistry graduated in 2004 from the University of Dundee Medical School, where he was awarded the prestigious American Graduates Prize. He went on to obtain an intercalated degree in orthopaedic technology before beginning his surgical training at St Thomas Hospital; Stoke Mandeville Hospital; The Royal Free Hospital; Chelsea and Westminster Hospital; St George’s Hospital; as well as at Queen Victoria Hospital.
Mr Mistry’s passion for the field has been recognised through several awards from prestigious institutions including Oxford University, The Royal Society of Medicine and The Royal College of Surgeons. In addition, he holds the Cobbett Prize for Hand Surgery and has sat as a member of the Educational Committee for the British Society for Hand Surgery.
In 2020, Mr Mistry was awarded the fellowship in plastic surgery, FRCS (Plast). He subsequently embarked upon his hand fellowship at St Thomas Hospital in London and was appointed as a consultant plastic surgeon at the Queen Victoria Hospital in 2021.
Mr Mistry runs a weekly hand and general plastics clinic at QVH as well as one in Medway Hospital. He has a specialist interest in degenerative and progressive conditions such as Dupytrens contracture, osteoarthritis as well as nerve disorders. He is the clinical lead for trauma at Queen Victoria Hospital and conducts weekly trauma operating sessions, using innovative techniques to restore form and function for patients.
In his spare time, Mr Mistry enjoys cycling, travel and spending time with his three children.
Qualifications: MBChB BMSc FRCS (Plast). Mr Mistry is on the GMC Specialist Register for Plastic Surgery.
Page last updated: 4 December 2023