Mr Kamal Deep is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Jubilee National Hospital, Glasgow and BMI Ross Hall Hospital, Glasgow. He specialises in hip and knee joint replacements, robotic and computer assisted navigation in hip and knee joint arthroplasty, robotic surgery, arthroscopic knee surgery and biomechanics of knee and hip joint.
Mr Deep is the founder of The British Association of Computer Assisted Orthopaedic Surgery. He has done a lot of research work in computer aided navigation in joint replacement and kinematics of human joints. He uses this novel technique routinely in total hip replacement and total knee replacement surgery.
He is a pioneer and expert in technology, has internationally renowned authority on the subject of computer navigation and robotics and has been invited to many International and National conferences all over the world.
He has carried out live surgery in international meetings and done a telecast of surgery ‘Computer Aided Navigation in Total Knee Replacement’ on Television for BBC and STV news.
Mr Deep performed the 1st fully navigated cemented hip in UK, the 1st fully navigated hip in Scotland, the 1st robotic total knee replacement in Scotland and the 1st robotic total hip replacement in West of Scotland.
He has published extensively in international and national journals of repute including nature and chapters in multiple books. He is on the expert panel of reviewers of prestigious orthopaedic journals and meetings and has presented his research work in more than 200 conferences and meetings.
Mr Deep is on the Executive Board and is the Lead for Hip Arthroplasty for The British Society for Computer Aided Orthopaedic surgery (CAOS UK). He also serves on the Executive Board for The International Society for Computer Aided Orthopaedic surgery (CAOS International) having served as its secretary general for six years 2013-2019.