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Mr Parm Johal is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon who specialises in all aspects of adult knee surgery.
Mr Johal qualified from Imperial College London (Charing Cross & Westminster Medical School) in 1994. He undertook his orthopaedic training in London working at many centres of excellence including University College London, the Chelsea & Westminster Hospital, Charing Cross Hospital and the Whittington Hospital.
Additionally, he undertook specialist fellowship training in sports surgery and joint replacement at Sportsmed-SA in Adelaide, Australia, and dedicated knee surgery fellowships at the Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Bristol, and Guy’s Hospital in London. He also undertook a foot and ankle surgery fellowship at the Heatherwood Hospital in Ascot.
Furthermore, Mr Johal was awarded a prestigious European Federation of National Associations of Orthopaedics & Traumatology (EFORT) fellowship to the University of Leuven, Belgium, with Professor Bellemans and Professor Matricali, both world leaders in the fields of knee and foot & ankle surgery respectively.
Areas of interest
Adult knee conditions; sports injuries; arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery; meniscal surgery; cruciate ligament surgery; partial and total knee replacements; patellofemoral arthritis and instability; medial patellofemoral ligament reconstruction; bunion and forefoot surgery;
Current NHS consultant posts held
Mr Johal is a Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in knee surgery at Buckinghamshire Healthcare NHS Trust (Wycombe & Stoke Mandeville Hospitals).
Mr Johal has a strong background in research. He wrote his MD thesis on the kinematics of the knee joint. This work has been cited by many other researchers and also by major implant companies in relation to their more modern knee prosthesis designs. He has published extensively in scientific journals and has presented to learned societies at both national and international conferences.
Proximal first metatarsal opening wedge osteotomy: geometric analysis on saw bone models.
Foot. 2015 Mar; 25(1); 1-4
The Posterior Condylar Offset Ratio
Knee 2012 Dec;19(6):843-5
Tibial tubercle advancement osteotomy with bone allograft for patellofemoral arthritis: a retrospective cohort study of 50 knees
Archives of Orthopaedic Trauma 2012 Apr;132(4):43-45
Comparison of static and dynamic knee kinematics during squatting
Clinical Biomechanics 2011 Jan; 26(1):106-8
Percutaneous adductor tenotomies in the management of chronic groin pain in athletes
Archives of Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgery 2010 Aug;130(8):965-70.
Does perioperative pregnancy affect the outcome in acl reconstruction surgery? A report of four cases.
Journal of Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology & Arthroscopy 2008 May;16(5):457-60
Managing shoulder pain in general practice - assessment, imaging and referral to the specialist
Australian Family Physician 2008 Apr;37(4); 263-5
Tibiofemoral movement in the living knee - a study of weight bearing and non-weight bearing knee kinematics using ‘interventional’ MRI.
Journal of Biomechanics 2005 Feb;38(2):269-76.
Does the femur rollback with flexion?
Journal Of Bone & Joint Surgery Br. 2004 Aug; 86(6): 925-31.
The posterior cruciate ligament during flexion of the normal knee.
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Br. 2004 Apr; 86(3): 450-6.
In-vivo weight bearing talo-calcaneal joint motion using interventional MRI
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Br. Proceedings 2005 Sep; 87: 231
Developmental dysplasia of the hip: arthrogram or interventional MRI?
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Br. Proceedings 2003; 85-B, SUPP 2: 97
Obtaining pre-operative informed consent for surgery – a survey of current practice
Journal of Bone & Joint Surgery Br. Proceedings 1997; 79-B, SUPP 1: 107
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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.