Mr Divya Prakash

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, MS (Orth), FRCS (Ed), FRCS (Glas), MCh Orth (L'pool), FRCS Orth

Year qualified:1985

Specialty

Personal profile

Mr Divya Prakash is a Consultant Orthopaedic Lower Limb Specialist. He offers expert assessment and treatment of knee symptoms in adults of all ages, from young athletes with sports-related injuries to elderly patients with established arthritis of the knee. Friendly and approachable, Mr Prakash always involves the patient in the decision-making process to find the solution that best suits their individual needs and lifestyle.

Mr Prakash is a recognised specialised in disorders and surgery of the knee joint. He has particular interests in sports injuries, ligament reconstruction, cartilage transplantation and knee and hip surgery. He is one of the leading surgeons performing computer navigated surgery, knee replacement using patient specific instrumentation and partial knee replacements and one of the few surgeons performing cartilage regenerative surgery including cartilage transplant. He has lectured and presented widely at national and international levels and is constantly researching new and improving methods of treatment. The training of specialist registrars is a regular part of his routine and he has been invited to teach at many institutions and is a faculty member and examiner for the Royal College of Surgeons and is Honorary Senior Lecturer at Birmingham and Aston Universities.

Mr Prakash represented his medical school in cricket and is still a keen follower of the sport. He is enthusiastic about digital photography and also likes to play bridge. He is a fundraiser and long-time supporter of various charities.

Professional Membership



  • MDDUS

  • HCSA

  • RCS (Ed)

  • BASK

Clinical Interests

  • Management of osteoarthritis of knees, especially in young adults
  • Soft tissue balancing during knee replacement surgery
  • Hip replacement in young adults
  • Computer navigated knee replacement, Uni-compartment knee replacement, Patello-femoral replacement and Cartilage transplant in knees

Useful Links

ukkneeandsportsinjuryclinic.co.uk

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