Mr Nagaria is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and has vast experience in dealing with patients with head injury, spinal injuries, brain tumours, spinal tumours, vascular malformations and spinal pain. He has experience in complex spine pain, disc disease and minimally invasive spine surgery. Mr Nagaria completed his neurosurgical training in Ireland and obtained his Spinal fellowship from the Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Mr Nagaria has been actively involved in teaching medical students, postgraduate training for neurosurgical trainees and conducting various audit and research projects. He has published extensively in National and International journals. His research interest is in outcome measures following neurosurgery. Mr Nagaria has presented his research work at various meetings including the European Spine meeting ,North American Spine Society meeting, Society of British Neurosurgeons and the British Association of Spine Surgeons.
He does all aspects of spinal neurosurgery but he has a special interest in cranio-cervical junction surgery, degenerative spinal conditions and spinal trauma. Mr Nagaria carries out complex spinal surgery, MISS (minimally invasive spinal surgery) and CAS (compute assisted surgery) and spinal pain management procedures.