Mr Aprit Jariwala is a Consultant Upper Limb and Trauma Surgeon in NHS Tayside, Dundee, Scotland. He undertakes his private practice at BMI Kings Park in Stirling, BMI Dundee Outpatient Clinic at Heal Physiotherapy in Dundee, Tayside Complete Health in Dundee and has recently started at Tay Medispa in Perth.
His elective practice is purely upper limb dealing with shoulder, elbow and wrist and hand disorders. He treats patient with shoulder pain arising from frozen shoulder, rotator cuff tendinitis, rotator cuff tear, shoulder instability and shoulder arthritis and undertakes surgical management of these when appropriate. Mr Jariwala manages patients with tennis elbow, golfer's elbow, and elbow arthritis. He also manages patients with carpal tunnel syndrome, cubital tunnel syndrome, wrist and thumb arthritis, trigger fingers, Dupuytren's disease and de Quervain's disease. In addition, Mr Jariwala reviews and manages patients with on-going issues from fractures of the upper limbs like proximal humerus fractures, clavicle fractures, radial head fractures, elbow fractures and those with complex wrist and forearm injuries. Mr Jariwala always provides evidence-based advice and management of conditions.
Over the last five years, as the Upper Limb Lead for NHS Tayside Orthopaedics, Mr Jariwala has introduced one-stop upper limb shoulder clinics, established multiple upper limb disorder management guidelines and pathways and is collaborating with the physiotherapists to restructure the rehabilitation protocols for upper limb services.
With his strong academic background, numerous (more than 40) peer reviewed publications, being involved in multiple research projects and for teaching, training and supervision for both under and post graduate students and trainees, Mr Jariwala has been recently appointed as the Director (Head) of Academic Orthopaedic Department at the University of Dundee and promoted as a Clinical Reader (Honorary) with the University of Dundee.