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Mr Divyang Shukla

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, MS (Orth), DNB (Orth), MCh (Orth), FRCS, FRCS (Trauma and Orth), Fellow of European Board of Trauma and Orthopaedics

Practices at: BMI Three Shires Hospital

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Mr Divyang Shukla is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee, hip, shoulder and sports injury management, with particular focus on arthroscopic surgery and arthroplasty. He qualified in medicine in 1990 and spent the following years completing specialist orthopaedic training programmes in India and subsequently in UK.

He also spent a number of years completing training and gaining additional experience through fellowships in shoulder surgery and lower limb reconstruction surgery at Monash University in Melbourne, Australia, as well as in Limb Reconstruction and Poly Trauma in Ludwigshafen, Germany.

Mr Shukla has gained experience working within several hospitals throughout the UK including Kettering General Hospital, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre in Oxford, Princess Margaret Hospital in Swindon and Sandwell Hospital in Birmingham. He has held the role of Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Kettering General since 2003 and began his private practice at BMI Three Shires, Northampton in June 2015. He now holds weekly clinics on Thursday afternoons.

His areas of clinical expertise include but are not limited to: Shoulder and knee surgery, shoulder decompression, shoulder stabilisation, shoulder resurfacing, frozen shoulder, arthroscopy surgery, hip and knee replacement, shoulder and knee pain.

  • General Orthopaedics

  • Shoulder surgery

  • Knee surgery

  • Hip surgery

  • Frozen shoulder management

  • Shoulder rotator cuff tear management

  • Shoulder impingement

  • Shoulder arthritis and replacement

  • Knee replacement, Partial knee replacement

  • Patient specific knee replacement

  • Knee arthroscopy for meniscal tear

  • Knee arthroscopic ligament reconstruction

  • Hand Carpal tunnel release

  • Hand Trigger finger surgery

  • Tennis elbow treatment

  • Hand Dupuytren’s contracture release

  • Joint injections and PRP injection

 

  • British Hip Society (BHS)
  • British Association of Surgery of Knee (BASK)
  • British Elbow and Shoulder Society (BESS)
  • British Orthopaedic Association (BOA)

 

Kettering General Hospital

 

Research Intrests:

Publications:

 

1.  Odontoid Metastasts ; a potential lethal complication.

F. Ryan, C.Mukundan, DD Shukla, RL Barrington

J Orthop Traumatol. 2009 December; 10(4): 199–201.

 

2. Bovine cancellous xenograft in the treatment of tibial plateau fractures elderly Patients.  -   M. Bansal, D. Shukla

 

International Orthopaedics : 2009 June; 33(3): 779–784.

 

3. A Case of relapsing Salmonella Ostemyelitis in a Thalassaemia trait patient.  - F.Rayan, C. Mukundan, D D Shukla

J Orthopaedics and Traumatology . 2009 March; 10(1): 31–33.

 

4. Clinical , Arthroscopic and MRI Correlation in diagnosis of Acute meniscal and

    ACL  knee injuries. – D Shukla, S. Bhonsle

 

    International Orthopaedics.   February 2008

  

5. Allograft bone substitutes in acute proximal tibial fracture management in elderly

    Patients. -  D Shukla, M.Bansal

 

    Injury :  February 2008  ( On line published followed by Journal )

   

6. Periprosthetic Femur Fractures in Octogenarians : Are plating system The Answer ?

 

   Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2007, Volume 4 , Number 2

 

7. Management of Peri Prosthetic Femur fractures. What works?                                   

    D.D. Shukla, F.Ryan, C.Mukundan

    Injury Extra, Volume 38, Issue 1, January 2007, Page 27-28

 

8. Clinical , Arthroscopic and MRI Correlation in diagnosis of Acute meniscal and

    ACL  knee injuries. – D Shukla, S. Bhonsle

 

    International Orthopaedics.   February 2008 ( On line published followed by journal )

 

   Prospective Study of 153 cases looking at best and appropriate method to identify

    accuracy of diagnosis, positive and negative predictive value, specificity and sensitivity of

    each of these methods.

 

9. Bovine cancellous xenograft in the treatment of tibial plateau fractures in elderly

   Patients.  -  M. Bansal, D. Shukla

 

   International Orthopaedics : March 2008

 

10. Allograft bone substitutes in acute proximal tibial fracture management in elderly

    Patients. -  D Shukla, M.Bansal

 

    Injury :  February 2008  ( On line published followed by Journal )

   

    Prospective study of comminuted proximal tibial fractures in elderly patients using

    allograft bone substitute with internal fixation , avoiding surgery of obtaining bone graft.

 

11. Periprosthetic Femur Fractures in Octogenarians : Are plating system

   The Answer ?

 

   Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery, 2007, Volume 4 , Number 2

 

       -  23 cases of peri –prosthetic femur fractures

       - treated with Dall-Miles cable plate or Mennen plate

       -  High failure rate with plating system in comparison to when femur stem

          Revised to a long stem .

12. Management of Peri Prosthetic Femur fractures. What works?                                   

    D.D. Shukla, F.Ryan, C.Mukundan

    Injury Extra, Volume 38, Issue 1, January 2007, Page 27-28

  • study looking at the outcome comparing plating v/s intra medullary fixation method of fixation and looking at the outcome.
  • High failure rate observed with plating systems and high incidence of locking screw fixation failure and stem migration observed with Cannulock stems.

6. Corrosion of Cemented Titanium Femoral Stems :

     S.Thomas, D.D. Shukla, P.D. Latham

 

-   JBJS ( Br.) 86-B, No.7, September 2004, Pages 974 – 978

         -   Crevice corrosion in titanium cemented stems requiring revision surgery

         -   12 cases of painful cemented femoral  titanium stems showing classical fusiform 

             cortical thickening in Zones 3,4,5  in all cases requiring revision surgery

 

7.  Outcome of Intra articular fractures of Distal Humerus in Adults.

      Mr. D.D. Shukla

 

         -  42 cases of  AO type B and C variety treated with open reduction and 

             internal fixation

         -  Poor outcome identified with unstable fixation and  type C3 fractures irrespective of

            type of fixation.

         -  Olecranon osteotomy is likely to give better result in comparison to

             triceps approach

 

Publication as a full article :

Proceedings of 6th European Congress of Trauma and Emergency Surgery             

Current Contents

ISI Publications, Philadelphia, USA.

 

 

 

 

8.  Corrosion of Cemented Titanium Femoral Stems :

     S.Thomas, D.D. Shukla, P.D. Latham

 

  • Abstract of poster presentation at British Hip Societypublished in
  • JBJS ( Br.) 2003;85-B, Supplement 1,
  • 12 cases of painful cemented femoraltitanium stems showing classical fusiform cortical thickening in Zones 3,4,5in all cases requiring revision surgery

 

9.  Bilateral Spontaneous ruptures  of Achilles Tendon Secondary to Limb 

     Ischemic.      D.D. Shukla  

 

     Journal of Foot & Ankle Surgery,  USA. September 2002,Vol. 41, Number 5, 328-329

      

         -   correlation of spontaneous rupture of tendon with  poor arterial      

             circulation of limb , in absence of other  predisposing factors.

 

10.  Intra-capsular Fracture Neck of Femur : Can we fix it better ? Bio Geometric  

       Study.   D.D. Shukla

 

         - Bio Geometric study of 20 Cadaveric proximal femur bones with CT Scan

         - Analysis of two different triangular configuration for Cannulated screws fixation   

         - Conclusion : Reverse triangular configuration for Cannulated screws fixation is likely

            to achieve better, stable and reliable fixation.

 

         Abstract to be published in JBJS ( Br )

         Paper Presentation at BOA ( British Orthopaedic Association ) Annual conference in  

        Birmingham, September 2005.

 

11.   Outcome of 35 cases of Knee and Foot Deformities treated with Ilizarov

       Ring Fixator for various indications. - D.D. Shukla,  J.J. Patwa

 

           -     Gujarat State Orthopaedic Association Journal, India,

                 December 1993        

     -      Use of ring fixation for correction of complex deformities of foot and

            Knee in    conditions like --- Poliomyelitis, Club Feet &

            Post - traumatic deformities.

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