Dr Kaushik Sanyal

MSc Rheumatolgy (Lon) MRCP Rheumatology (Lon) MRCP (UK) EMBA (HealthCare) PGDMLS PGC Medical Leadership (Lon) MBBS

Inflammatory arthritis, Connective tissue diseases, Crystal arthritis, Soft tissue conditions

Main Speciality


Sub Speciality

Inflammatory arthritis
Connective tissue diseases
Crystal arthritis
Soft tissue conditions

Clinical interests

Early inflammatory arthritis
Rheumatoid arthritis
Ankylosing spondylitis
Psoriatic arthritis
Osteoporosis + DEXA
Back pain
Chronic regional pain
Gout/pseudo gout
Frozen shoulder
Tennis/golfer elbow
Foot pain
Plantar fasciitis
Joint injection
Caudal spinal epidural injection
Diabetes related arthropathy
Metabolic bone disease

Current memberships

Royal College of Physicians
British Society of Rheumatology
Medical Defence Union

Professional Profile

Dr Kaushik Sanyal is a Consultant Rheumatologist specialising in inflammatory arthritis, connective tissue diseases, crystal arthritis and soft tissue conditions. He has particular interest in early inflammatory arthritis. He received his higher specialist training in Rheumatology and General Internal Medicine on the South Thames (Guy’s and St. Thomas’, and St. George’s) rotation. He has been trained under eminent professors in a specialist Lupus unit (St. Thomas’ Hospital), RA Centre (Guy’s Hospital), and the Hotung Musculoskeletal Centre (St. George’s Hospital).

He was awarded the prestigious British Society of Rheumatology National Travelling Fellowship in 2013, and then again in 2014. He undertook his fellowship together with renowned rheumatologists at University College London, Great Ormond Street and the Royal Free Hospital. He combines a busy clinical practice in all 4 hospitals in Worthing, Chichester, Shoreham and Bognor with a strong interest in medical education. He has taught students from GSTT and King’s College Medical School, and Brighton and Sussex Medical School. Along with clinical practice, Dr Sanyal’s research interests focus on inflammatory arthritis.

He is still limping since his 30K charitable cycle event for Scleroderma Foundation UK.