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Mr Anand is a leading specialist knee surgeon in Surrey and London. He trained at University College London Medical School and graduated in 2002. He completed an additional degree in Orthopaedic Science during his medical training. His specialist orthopaedic training was in Cambridge and London. He has comprehensive specialist fellowship training in all aspects of knee surgery. Having trained under some of the leading knee surgeons in the world he has acquired considerable knowledge in treating high demand athletes. He applies these principles to all the patients he treats. His passion within knee surgery is in sports injuries, partial knee replacements and patella instability. He is often consulted for a specialist second opinion from both his colleagues and patients. He is experienced in treating complex knee problems in situations where previous surgery has failed. Mr Anand has completed four knee fellowships. He spent 6 months in Melbourne, Australia with Prof J Feller acquiring expertise in sports knee surgery. His other fellowships were in top centres in Italy, Bristol and Bournemouth. In 2013 he was awarded the prestigious European Arthroscopy Travelling Fellowship where he travelled around Europe visiting the top centres and presenting his research. His research interests are focused around getting patients back to sport and patella instability.
Areas of interest
Knee; Orthopaedics; Arthroscopy; ACL; Meniscal repair; Sports injury; Meniscus; Knee surgery; Knee replacement; partial knee replacement; Cartilage injury; reconstruction including anterior cruciate ligament; PCL; MPFL; Tendonitis; patella instability; Cartilage repair.
Mr Anand specialises exclusively in knee surgery and offers specialist care in all aspects of knee surgery.
1. Injection therapies
2. Sports Knee injuries:
Arthroscopy (including meniscus repair)
ACL reconstruction (Hamstring and Patella tendon) Multi-ligament knee injuries (PCL). revision ACL surgery.
2. Surgery for arthritis:
Total knee replacement & partial knee replacements
3. Joint preserving surgery for arthritis:
Tibia osteotomy, femoral osteotomy & cartilage regenerative procedures.
4. Surgery for patella instability:
MPFL reconstruction, tibial tuberosity osteotomy & Trochleoplasty.
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Zacharia Jose Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon
Knee Specialist at Croydon University Hospital and the Elective Orthopaedic Centre in Epsom
Return to sport after knee surgery
Robotic Total Knee Replacements and Partial knee replacements
ESSKA scholarship 2012
European Arthroscopy Travelling Fellowship 2013
Over 50 publications/international presentations. Selected recent work includes:
Role of HTO with ACL reconstruction in ACL-deficient varus knees with medial compartment OA: Systematic review.
15th ESSKA Congress. Palexpo Arena. Geneva, Switzerland. 2nd-5th May 2012.
Comparison of External Fixation Vs. ORIF for High-Energy Pilon Fractures: A Systematic Review.
13th EFORT Congress. Berlin, Germany. 2012.
Intramedullary nailing Vs. ORIF for distal metaphyseal tibial fractures: A systematic review.
13th EFORT Congress. Berlin, Germany.2012.
Outcomes of Total Hip Replacement for Displaced Intracapsular Neck of Femur Fractures.
Combined 33rd SICOT & 17th PAOA Orthopaedic World Conference. Dubai, UAE. 2012.
Functional outcomes and complications of flexible intramedullary nailing versus plate fixation for both bone diaphyseal forearm fractures in children: A systematic review.
BOA/IOA Combined Meeting. September 2012.
Ankle Tightrope for Syndesmosis Injuries
World Sports Trauma Congress & 7th EFOST Congress. October 2012.
Return to Professional Sport Following Multi-Ligament Knee Reconstruction
World Sports Trauma Congress & 7th EFOST Congress. October 2012
Femoral Revision with a Modular Uncemented Tapered Distally Locked Stem with or without Extended Trochanteric Osteotomy at 3-13 years follow up. British Hip Society Annual Meeting 2013.
Dynamic Hip Screws Versus Intramedullary Nails For Extracapsular Hip Fractures In 2012: Systematic Review Of RCTs.
Podium Presentation. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Chicago, USA. March 2013.
Ankle Tightrope for Syndesmosis Injuries
Podium Presentation. American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons (AAOS). Chicago, USA.March 2013.
Posterior Cruciate Ligament and Posterior Lateral Corner Reconstruction using the LARS Ligament.
British Orthopaedic Association. October 2013.
Return to Sport Outcomes of Revision ACL Surgery
Australian Knee Society, AOS, ACL study group and Fowler Meeting.
Return to Sport Outcomes of Revision ACL Surgery 3-7 years post-surgery
16th ESSKA Congress May 2014. Holland.
Return to Professional Sport Outcomes Following Combined Knee Ligament Reconstruction
16th ESSKA Congress. May 2014. Amsterdam Holland
Courses offered to GPs
Contact Joanna Morris or Wimbledon Clinics for update on talks.
Up coming talks on:
Managing the Complex ACL injury
ACL surgery and return to sport,
Treatment for patella instability
Save the meniscus
Non-operative management of knee injuires
Infection rate across full knee surgery practice - less than 0.2%
30 day mortality rate - 0%
ACL reconstruction revision rate - less than 0.3%
Unicompartment knee replacement revision rate 0%
Data updated & correct on 1st Feb 2018
- FRCS Royal College of Surgeons 2011
- Medicine MBBS University College London Medical School 2002
- BSc Orthopaedic Science Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital. UCL Medical School 1999
Reference number 6052924
Details of entry to specialist register
- CCT, 2013
Affiliations / memberships
Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons
Member of European Society for Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA)
Committee member U45 ESSKA
- BMI Shirley Oaks Hospital, CR9 8AB
- 17:30 - 20:30
- 07942 468692
- North Downs Hospital, CR3 6DP
- 17:00 - 20:00
- 07738 493742
- St Anthony's Hospital, SM3 9DW
- 18:00 - 20:00
- 07942 468692
- Wimbledon Clinics at Parkside Hospital
- 08:00 - 10:30
- 020 8944 0665
Post treatment communication
Following treatment of a Bupa member, I will communicate with GPs in line with Department of Health, GMC and appropriate professional bodies guidelines.
In the event of an urgent query following treatment, Bupa members should use the following contact details
Contact ward at treating hospital