Mr Hersh Deo

Mr Hersh Deo

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon


"Spire Norwich Hospital delivers a very high quality of care - before, during and after your stay. This reflects my own practice and reassures me that I am consistently doing the best for my patients."

Specialises in

I have been a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon specialising in knee and hip surgery for over 10 years. My main area of interests are sports injuries of the knee and knee preservation surgery (surgery to prevent total knee replacement). I am a regional expert in patella (kneecap) stabilisation surgery and patellofemoral joint replacement. I have a keen interest in cartilage regeneration and repair, which I studied during my MSc. year at Imperial College, London.

I am skilled at knee and hip replacements, as well as partial knee replacements. I practice evidence-based medicine and always use implants based on their long term performance according to the National Joint Registry (NJR). I will also use the best bearing surfaces to ensure long term survival of the implants. I keep up-to-date with recent advances and I am proficient at implanting a 4th generation total knee replacement, which matches the movements of a normal knee. The uni-compartment knee (partial or half knee) that I use has the lowest revision rate and best long term survival according to the NJR. I am the regional expert in patello-femoral joint replacement and have performed over 100 patella stabilistaions for instability with a 0% re-dislocation rate. I use a range of techniques to repair or regenerate articular cartilage, including micro-fracture, use of collagen matrix and autologous transplants.

Number of procedures to date: Total knee replacement 1,000; Partial knee replacement 250; Total hip replacement 500; Knee arthroscopy 1,600; Patello femoral joint replacements 25; Patella stabilisation 100.

I am Assistant Medical Director for the Division of Surgery at the James Paget University Hospital NHS Foundation Trust (JPUH). Previous to this post I was Clinical Lead for the Department of Trauma & Orthopaedics at JPUH.

I completed my higher surgical training in London before completing two specialist Fellowships in Adelaide and London.


Treatment information

Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Hersh Deo at Spire include:


Other treatments

  • ACL surgery
  • High tibial osteotomy and revision
  • knee preservation surgery including cartilage regeneration/transplant, meniscal repair, patella stabilisation
  • Partial knee replacement

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Additional information

Hip surgery
Hip revision surgery
Knee surgery
Soft tissue injuries
Sports injury

Special clinical interests: Anterior Cruciate Ligament (ACL) reconstruction; Articular cartilage repair; Hip replacement; Knee replacement; Meniscal repair.

MBBS / St George's Medical School (University of London) / 1996
Medical degree
MBBS is the basic medical degree.

MRCS / Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh / 2000
Member of the Royal College of Surgeons
MRCS is a post-graduated diploma in medicine

MSc / Imperial College, London / 2002
Master of Science
Qualification in surgerical science

FRCS (Tr&Orth) / Intercollegiate Speciality Board / 2007
Fellowship of the Royal College of Surgeons
Qualification to practice as a senior surgeon.

Professional memberships

Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons

British Orthopaedic Association (BOA)

British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK)

Professional leadership

Assistant Medical Director, Surgical Division - James Paget Hospital
Clinical Lead, Trauma and Orthopaedic Department - James Paget Hospital

  • Acute gluteal compartment syndrome: Rare disease: BMJ Case Reports
  • The prevalence of Cognitive dysfunction after knee arthroplasty
  • The Knee A comparative study of cognitive decline following navigated TKR, conventional TKR and THR
  • Patient satisfaction following day case arthroscopic ACL reconstruction. Journal of One day Surgery
  • Early complications of Birmingham Hip Resurfacing. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery [Br]
  • Prescription of benzodiazepines in elderly Orthopaedic patients. Australian and NZ Journal of Surgery

James Paget University Hospital.

I captained my university cricket team and went on to win three successive tournaments. I still enjoy club cricket as well as tennis, skiing and golf. I have recently taken up jogging and completed The Great North Run in September 2019. In my spare time I am a keen cook and enjoy family holidays and TV and films. I spend as much time as I can with my wife, three children and our crazy Spaniel.

Mr Hersh Deo holds shares in Spire Healthcare to the value of less than 0.1%
Telephone 01603 255 614
Private secretary Gill Webster
Private secretary telephone 01493 452 312
Private secretary email