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Mr Jalgaonkar completed his Higher Surgical Training in Trauma and Orthopaedics Surgery in London and has worked at highly specialist centres such as the Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital Stanmore and Great Ormond Street Hospital for children. He has a Masters degree in Trauma and Orthopaedics and is dual fellowship trained. He was appointed as Consultant at Frimley Park Hospital after successfully undertaking the Royal College of Surgeons approved Lower limb fellowship. He finished his training with specialist fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgery at Southampton University Hospital. He strives to achieve the best results for his patients and constantly keeps consolidating his skills by visiting Specialist Surgeons Nationally and Internationally.
Mr Jalgaonkar has received prizes at Orthopaedic meetings and has published his work extensively in highly reputed peer reviewed Orthopaedic Journals. His is dedicated towards research and is currently involved in several projects including National trials like the 'BOSS' and 'SCIENCE' study. He has presented his work at numerous National and International conferences. Mr Jalgaonkar regularly sits on the KSS ARCP panel to assess the annual clinical progress of higher surgical orthopaedic trainees and is a faculty member at FRCS (Orth) courses. He relishes any opportunity to teach and train junior trainee surgeons as clinical and educational supervisor.
He is a keen follower of Cricket and Formula 1 racing.
Mr Jalgaonkar is a Consultant Hip & Knee Surgeon and Paediatric Orthopaedics surgeon. He is a keen advocate of enhanced recovery in total hip and knee replacement surgery. He performs minimally invasive total hip replacement through both, the posterior and the direct anterior approach. He specialises in Hip arthroscopy, labral repairs and arthroscopic Knee surgery. Mr Jalgaonkar also sees children with Musculoskeletal pathologies and works closely with local specialist paediatric and adult physiotherapists.
MB.BS, MS (Orth), FRCS (Orth)
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