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Mr Kowshik Jain

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

MBBS, MS, Msc, MCh, frcs (Tr & Orth)

Practices at: BMI The Droitwich Spa Hospital

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Mr. Jain is a fellowship trained Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Specialist. 

Mr. Jain specialises in treating foot and ankle problems in adults, such as bunions, Achilles tendon problems, heel pain, plantar fasciitis, ankle pain, toe deformities, flat feet, diabetic feet, arthritis, sports injuries, ankle fractures, ligament injuries, Big toe pain, Hallux Rigidus and metatarsal fractures.

He believes in giving compassionate and evidence based care. Patients will find Mr Jain to be a pleasant, open, honest, approachable and trustworthy doctor.

Mr. Jain was appraiser at the Dudley Group of Hospitals, and has been their Clinical Governance Lead since August 2019 to date.

Website: www.kjain.co.uk
Patient feedback: www.doctify.com/uk/specialist/mr_kowshik_jain

Honour and Prizes:

Instructor Basic Surgical Skills Course, May 2020 onwards

Examiner for medical students, 2019-till date

Honorary Senior Lecturer, Edge Hill University, Aug 2017 – Aug 2020

Certified ATLS instructor, 2015-till date

Reviewer for Bone and Joint Journal (BJJ).

Merit in M Ch (Tr & Orth), Edge Hill University, 2010.

Professional Memberships

  • British Orthopaedic Association (BOA)
  • British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS)
  • General Medical Council (GMC)
  • Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng)

Clinical Interests

Bunion, big toe pain, sports injuries of foot and ankle, heel pain, flat feet, achilles problems, toe deformities, ankle arthroscopy, arthritis of foot and ankle.

Research Publications

  1. Results of suture button fixation with targeting device aid for displaced ligamentous Lisfranc injuries in the elite athlete. The Foot. 2017;30:43-46. PMID:28259029
  2. Results of enhanced recovery after primary ankle replacements. The Foot. 2017;31;13-15. PMID:28282538
  3. Complaints in the foot and ankle unit of a tertiary referral centre. British journal of healthcare management. 2016:22(4):225-30
  4. Platelet rich plasma versus corticosteroid injection for plantar fasciitis: A comparative study. Foot (Edinb). 2015; 25(4):235-7. PMID: 26362235.
  5. Role of mini C-arm in foot and ankle surgery and its recent advances. Orthopaedic product news. Issue 162. July/August 2014.
  6. Short-term result of arthroscopic synovial excision for dorsal wrist pain in hyperextension associated with synovial hypertrophy. Singapore Med J. 2014; 55(10):547-9. PMID: 25631897.
  7. Intrarater and interrater reliability of the socket version marker in total hip replacement. Open Orthop J. 2013; 13(7):630-4. PMID: 24285989.
  8. Comparison of femoral stem alignment in primary total hip replacement by transtrochanteric and posterior approach. Pol Orthop Traumatol. 2013; 16(78):115-9. PMID: 23676826
  9. Do the dimensions of the distal phalanges allow suture anchor fixation of the flexor digitorum profundus? A cadaveric study.J Hand Surg Eur. 2011; 36(8):698-700. PMID: 21873436.
  10. Early results of whole femoral head allograft with articular cartilage for acetabular impaction grafting in revision hip replacements. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 2010; 92(1); 27-30. PMID: 20056058.
  11. Evaluation of the clinical signs of anterior cruciate ligament and meniscal injuries. Indian Journal of Orthopedics. 2009; 43(4): 375-378. PMID: 19838388.

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