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Mr Bansal is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in hip and knee surgery. He has special interest in treating wide range of hip and knee conditions including arthritis, sports injuries, and trauma.
His NHS base is Princess Royal University Hospital and Orpington Hospital. He has also worked as a Consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital managing patients with complex knee pathologies. Orpington hospital is a purpose built elective orthopaedic centre where he performs high volume routine elective hip and knee surgery. His area of interest is day case arthroplasty surgery, prehabilitation before surgery, improving pain management in lower limb surgery and improving patient outcome by incorporating shared decision making and better patient understanding of the condition. He constantly thrives to improve patient care by participating in ongoing research and has received some of the best patient outcomes and feedback.
Mr Bansal attended and graduated from Sir Sayaji University in India and did post graduate degree in Orthopaedics. He moved to the UK in 2006 and undertook comprehensive surgical training and obtained a research degree before taking up Orthopaedic training rotation in South-East London working in some of the finest London Teaching and District Hospitals.
After completing his training, he undertook internationally acclaimed fellowships at Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham in Trauma, and Soft Tissue Knee surgery as well as Lower Limb Arthroplasty/joint preservation fellowship at Royal National Orthopaedic Centre, Stanmore. He gained further experience in Knee surgery working at King’s College Hospital and as Locum Consultant at Guy’s and St Thomas Hospital.
His areas of interest include Partial (Uni) Knee Replacement, Total Knee Replacement (Primary and Revision), Total Hip Replacement (Primary and Revision), Knee Joint Preservation Procedures (PRP/Stem Cells, Osteotomies, Cartilage procedures) and Sports injuries (Meniscal Repair, Ligament Repair/Reconstruction)
He is actively involved in improving the patient experience including implementing enhanced recovery, optimizing pain management and better pre-operative and post-operative care. He has published widely in his sub-specialty and keeps himself updated with the latest advancements by participating in research and attending conferences. He has excelled not only in surgical treatment of hip and knee disorders but also works closely with allied specialties to maximize non operative management.
Outside work Mr. Bansal plays competitive badminton and is part of the Essex County Badminton Team. He himself have had few sporting injures and can relate to the patient with similar injury at personal level. Mr. Bansal lives in London and loves to spend time with his family travelling and exploring.
Areas of interest
Mr Bansal is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon specializing in hip and knee surgery. He has a special interest in treating wide range of hip and knee conditions including arthritis, sports injuries, and trauma. He has expertise not only in joint replacement for arthritic condition but also in joint preservation procedures such as partial knee replacement, osteotomies, and chondral procedures. Being a sports person himself, he gets immense gratification in treating patients with sports injuries. He is also extremely proficient in managing traumatic injuries of lower limbs.
Areas of Interest:
Primary and revision hip replacement
Primary and revision knee replacement
Partial knee replacement
Knee arthroscopy and meniscal surgery
Knee ligament reconstruction
Lower limb sports injuries
Trauma and fracture management
Current NHS consultant posts held
Princess Royal University Hospital/ Orpington Hospital
King's College Hospital NHS Foundation Trust
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Hindi - Native or bilingual
- Panjabi, Punjabi - Native or bilingual
- Gujarati - Fluent
O Lahoti, M Bansal. Osteotomies for Lateral Compartment Osteoarthritis. JCOT, Nov 2021
Bansal M, A Sandiford, D Back, P Earnshaw. Tibial Alignment Technique and its Influence on Clinical and Functional Outcomes Following TKA. JCOT, May 2020
A Sandiford, M Mahendra, LWickramarachchi, D Back, M Bansal. Consenting Patients Undergoing Lower Limb Arthroplasty: A Patient Centred Review of Consenting Process. Cureus, May 2020
D Davenport, Bansal M, A Dick, M Edwards, J Duncan. Outcome for elderly patients with atypical femoral fractures compared to typical fractures for length of stay, discharge destination and 30-day mortality. Geriatric Orthopaedic Surgery & Rehabilitation
S Deore, Bansal M. Pelvic Osteomyelitis in a Child- A Diagnostic Dilemma. Journal of Orthopaedic Case Report. doi:10.13107/jocr.2250-0685. July 2018
Dick A, Bansal M, Davenport SD, Burch T, Edwards M. Hip Fractures in Centenarians: Has Care Improved in the National Hip Fracture Database Era. Geriatric Orth Surgery and Rehab. 2017, 8(3)
Bansal M, Khakha R, Back D, Sandiford NA. Extravasation of Fluid in Anterior Thigh Compartment following Knee Arthroscopy. The Medico-Legal Expert Practice. Nov 2017
Bansal M, B Fakouri. Intradural Lumbar Disc Herniation associated with HIV Infection Journal of Spine. May 2016; 5:2
Tsitskaris K, Bansal M, Shariff K, Elias D, Li P. The Prevalence of Cam-type Femoroacetabular Morphology in Young Adults and its Effect on Functional Hip Scores. Hip Int 2012;22 (01):68-74
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