Saturday 24 June 2017 GP Seminar
Some of the principal treatments carried out by Mr Ajeya Adhikari at Spire include:
All aspects of knee and lower limb surgery including ligament reconstruction, arthroscopy, computer guided and robotic joint replacement, and cartilage transplant. Sports injury.
Mr Adhikari is a leading orthopaedic surgeon in south west London with an exclusive interest in disorders of the knee and sports injuries. He has been a consultant orthopaedic surgeon for over 20 years and has built an experienced support and operative team. He treats both operative and non-operative conditions of the knee. Mr Adhikari has embraced all forms of modern knee treatments and techniques. Physical therapy, injections, changes to lifestyle or modifying activities, are key to his treatment principles irrespective of whether surgery is indicated or not.
He primarily uses keyhole techniques and is able to use radiofrequency stabilisation of cartilage, repair of meniscus using special sutures, and cruciate ligament surgery and cartilage regeneration techniques with minimal trauma to normal tissues. In Joint replacement surgery he is able to offer a full range of knee joints, computer navigated or patient matched surgery and custom made implants. He and his team have worked to develop techniques to reduce blood loss and reduce pain following knee replacements which enhances recovery and reduces complications. He has conducted Symposia all over the world to discuss these techniques.
He is the Vice-President of the British Society for Computer Assisted Surgery and Chairman of the computers and enabling technology committee of SICOT which is the largest international orthopaedic organisation. His NHS commitments are at Epsom and St. Helier NHS Trust. He is a founding consultant at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre in Epsom.
He has an abiding interest in sport injuries and provides orthopaedic services to south London clubs. He now deals exclusively with sports injuries to the knee. He has seen a worrying trend in increasing numbers of patients with cruciate ligament injuries in his practice. He is working with colleagues internationally to find a way to reduce the incidence but also improve the outcome of surgery. He has expertise in revision of failed surgical procedures including joint replacements, cruciate ligaments, and cartilage regenerating and patellofemoral procedures.
Common procedures: Total Knee Replacement, Partial Knee Replacement, Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction, Corrective Osteotomy, Arthroscopy of the Knee, Cartilage Transplant, Patella Realignment, Patella Stabilization, Patellofemoral Replacement.
Private sectors: Knee Replacement 220 per year, Cruciate ligament Surgery 70 per year and Arthroscopy 250 per year.
Special Interests: Mr Adhikari has a special interest in knee surgery. Over the last three years he has performed both in the NHS and private sectors.
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British Orthopaedic Association
International Cartilage Research Society
British Medical Association
Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons Glasgow
Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery International
International Society for Arthroscopy Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
Vice-President of the British Society for Computer Assisted Surgery
Founding Consultant at the South West London Elective Orthopaedic Centre in Epsom
Chairman of the Computers and Enabling Technology Committee of SICOT.
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