Paul Trikha is a Consultant Orthopaedics Surgeon and a Specialist in knee surgery, sports related knee injury, knee replacement and trauma reconstruction. Paul qualified from St. Georges Hospital in London and then he completed his postgraduate orthopaedic training in South East England.
He then undertook Specialist Fellowship Training in Sports Knee Surgery at the North Sydney Orthopaedics Sports Medicine Centre, Australia and at the Wimbledon Clinics in the UK.
His specialist interests lie in 'keyhole'' arthroscopic knee surgery, the surgical treatment of sports knee injuries including ligament reconstruction (ACL), as well as joint preserving surgery, and joint replacement surgery total, partial or uni-compartmental knee replacement, computer navigated knee replacement and now patient-specific custom made replacements.
Paul is active in research and teaching. He has published and presented extensively on knee surgery, trauma and sports injuries, and joint replacement. Paul is a keen teacher and lectures both nationally and internationally and continues to teach post graduate knee surgery to surgeons on the St. George’s Hospital Specialist Registrar training rotation.
In 2011 Mr Trikha joined Surrey Orthopaedic Clinic, a specialist orthopaedic and sports surgery group providing a complete package of high quality musculoskeletal care. The Surrey Orthopaedic Clinic is a multidisciplinary collective of professionals practicing out of BMI The Runnymede Hospital and other private hospitals.