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Jas Daurka is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specialising in sports hip surgery and hip arthroscopy, complex hip replacement, orthopaedic trauma/fractures inlcuding pelvic and acetabular injuries at Imperial College hospitals, Paddington. As a regional specialist he accepts referrals of complex cases from other consultants for the management of these disorders.
His comprehensive surgical training included all aspects of trauma and orthopaedic care and he gained further subspecialty experience in surgical techniques involving minimal access surgery, hip arthroscopy and complex revision surgery.
He is widely published and his research interests are focused around better hip replacement techniques, outcomes following surgery, the use of 3D printing technology in surgery and improving pelvic trauma care.
As an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College, Mr Daurka is actively involved in training clinicians in venues such as the Royal Society of Medicine. He is invited regularly to deliver lectures internationally on topics including hip replacements following acetabular fractures and improving outcomes in patients with life threatening pelvic injuries.
Mr Daurka works closely with organisations such as the AO Foundation, which is the largest international surgical training organisation. As a member of the Pelvic and Acetabular Task Force he has helped design the current AO Pelvic course.
Areas of interest
hip arthritis; sports hip; femoroacetabular impingement; hip arthroscopy; hip replacement; hip fracture; pelvis fracture; acetabular fracture; avascular necrosis of the hip; loosening of hip replacement; snapping iliotibial band; lateral hip pain; athletic pubalgia; tendonitis; adductor tears; osteitis pubis; hamstrings tears;
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