Sports InjuryKnee SurgeryLigament ReconstructionCartilage TransplantPartial & Total Knee ReplacementHip ReplacementArthroscopyShoulder SurgeryFoot & Ankle Surgery
Bone preservation in hips and knees
Cartilage transplant in kneesBone preservation in hips
Royal College of SurgeonsBritish Association of Surgeons for Knee
Mr Prakash aims to provide excellence with compassion to his patients, he involves them closely in all decision-making for their treatment, giving them relevant information and websitet addresses for further reading.
Mr Prakash tries to preserve the knee joint, and was the first surgeon to do cartilage transplant at the hospital. He has one of the largest series in the Midlands for cartilage transplant and partial knee replacement. He also has a keen interest in managing sports related injuries and using the latest technologies in his surgical practice.
Mr Prakash represented his medical school in cricket, and stills and follows the game. His other interest is digital photography.
Mr Prakash would also like to start playing bridge again as he was his university's champion. He would also like to take up playing golf soon.
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Our Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon Mr Prakash was recently featured on ITV Central news with a patient who had a cartilage regeneration procedure on her knee.
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