Mr Kunal Hinduja is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at BMI The Highfield Hospital. He has a primary interest in hand and wrist surgery and trauma.
With the intricate procedures and delicate design, Mr Hinduja has a specific interest in everything to do with the human hand, specifically wrist surgery and trauma to the hand and wrist.
It’s a specialist area that Mr Hinduja is not only fascinated with but dedicated to — dedicated to finding the best treatments and the most suitable solutions to help with all hand and wrist conditions.
Mr Hinduja completed his Masters in Orthopaedic Engineering at Cardiff University, finishing his thesis based on wrist fractures. In particular focusing on the creation of a 2-Dimensional FE model, of distal radial fracture healing, examining the characteristics of the fracture anatomy, and relating them to the function and clinical outcome.
He regularly presents his research, thesis work, and practices at both national and international conferences speaking from his own learnings, experience, and teachings. At the cutting edge of new treatments and developments, Mr Hinduja's work continues to be published in leading medical journals on an international scale.
Work featured in publications has included:
Litigation and Malpractice in Carpal Tunnel Surgery: An analysis of 60 Successful Claims, over a ten year period. Sanil Ajwani, K Hinduja, Journal of Hand and Microsurgery, May 2016.
The significance of at-risk factors in ultrasound surveillance of developmental dysplasia of the hip. JBJS Br 2005 Sep 87(9) 1264-6. RW Paton, K Hinduja, CD Thomas
The Peer Review Publication analysed the results of a ten-year prospective trial into the risk factors implicated in Developmental Dysplasia of the Hip.
Problem Based Learning, Is Anatomy a Casualty? Surgeon 2005 Apr; 3(2) 84-7 K Hinduja, R Samuel, S Mitchell
Teaching and further development
Mr HInduja is regularly involved in the training of Registrars and, in addition, is responsible for the organisation of hand surgery teaching for the Registrars in the North West. Currently he holds an esteemed Honorary Lecturer post at the University of Manchester, for his involvement in medical student teaching, and is the lead clinician for the Hand Surgery Teaching Module in the North West.
As a consultant, Mr Hinduja is responsible for the departmental teaching of undergraduate medical student teaching. These sessions are extremely popular with students and focus on teaching final year medical students the fundamentals of orthopaedics.
Taking this a step further, he also runs revision lectures in Orthopaedics in the run-up to final exams.
Consultant Hand & Wrist Surgeon – Stepping Hill Hospital, Stockport
Honorary lecturer post – University of Manchester
Lead Clinician for hand surgery teaching module in the North West