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Other Roles:

Certified ATLS instructor

Reviewer for Bone and Joint Journal

Reviewer for Foot and Ankle Surgery Journal

Member of FRCS MCQ writing panel

Examiner for Medical Students

Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer Edge Hill University (2017-20)

Journal Club Lead, Dudley (2016-2019)

Clinical Governance Lead, Dudley (2019-2021)

Clinical Tutor, Dudley (2021-  )

Mr Jain or KJ, has been working in the NHS since 2005. He started working in the NHS after completing medical school and higher Orthopaedic training in India. The very first exposure was gained in the district general hospitals of Lincolnshire. He soon was promoted to the next level i.e. Registrar. During the registrar years, KJ received excellent training in various hospitals in the North-West and North Wales. It was during these years that he developed a strong interest in Foot and ankle surgery. The complex anatomy, fascinating biomechanics, interesting operations and varied pathology led KJ to developing an interest in foot and ankle surgery. During the years of training in addition to gaining surgical skills, KJ worked toward getting a master’s degree and passed MCh Trauma and Orthopaedics with merit.

In 2014, KJ passed FRCS Orthopaedic examination which paved the way for Consultant position. Following the success in FRCS, he secured British Orthopaedic Association (BOA) accredited fellowship at Wrightington Hospital, Lancashire, UK. Wrightington is a well known tertiary referral hospital where complex foot and ankle cases are treated. KJ thoroughly enjoyed the fellowship and gained valuable higher specialist training in foot and ankle surgery by working with three senior foot and ankle surgeons. KJ was appointed a substantive NHS Foot and Ankle Consultant in 2017.

KJ specialises in treating foot and ankle problems in adults i.e bunions, Achilles tendon problems, ankle pain, ankle instability, heel pain, toe deformities, flat feet, diabetic feet, arthritis, sports injuries, ankle fractures, metatarsal fractures etc. Patients will receive honest, compassionate and evidence based treatment. He is a member of British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society (BOFAS), Royal College of Surgeons of England (RCSEng) and Britsh Orthopaedic Association (BOA). He regularly attends conferences to keep up to date with the latest developments. Research, training and educational activities have been additional interests. KJ has more than a dozen publications to his name and has presented papers in prestigious national and international conferences.        

He continues to have a strong interest in teaching and training the next generation of doctors. He is an enthusiastic educator and trainer; he led the evening journal club of the Orthopaedic department in Dudley from 2016 to 2019 and also an examiner for medical students. He was an honorary senior lecturer at Edge Hill University (2017-2020). In addition, he is an ATLS instructor, reviewer for the prestigious Bone and Joint Journal and FRCS MCQ writing panel member.

 

KJ’s publications in peer reviewed journals are listed below:

 

Original articles

  1. Jain K, Drampalos E, Clough TM. Results of suture button fixation with targeting device aid for displaced ligamentous Lisfranc injuries in the elite athlete. The Foot. 2017;30:43-46. PMID:28259029

  2. Jain K, Murphy P, Karim T, Karski M, Clough TM. Results of enhanced recovery after primary ankle replacements. The Foot. 2017;31;13-15. PMID:28282538

  3. Jain K, Murphy PN, Clough TM. Complaints in the foot and ankle unit of a tertiary referral centre. British journal of healthcare management. 2016:22(4):225-30

  4. Jain K, Murphy PN, Clough TM.  Platelet rich plasma versus corticosteroid injection for plantar fasciitis: A comparative study. Foot (Edinb). 2015; 25(4):235-7. PMID: 26362235.

  5. Nasir Javed, Kowshik Jain and Asad Syed. Role of mini C-arm in foot and ankle surgery and its recent advances. Orthopaedic product news. Issue 162. July/August 2014.

  6. Jain K, Singh R. Short-term result of arthroscopic synovial excision for dorsal wrist pain in hyperextension associated with synovial hypertrophy. Singapore Med J. 2014; 55(10):547-9. PMID: 25631897.

  7. Jain K, Badge R, Bansal R, Gambhir A, Hemmady M.  Intrarater and interrater reliability of the socket version marker in total hip replacement. Open Orthop J. 2013; 13(7):630-4. PMID: 24285989.

  8. Jain K, Subramanian S, Hodgkinson J, Hemmady M.  Comparison of femoral stem alignment in primary total hip replacement by transtrochanteric and posterior approach. Pol Orthop Traumatol. 2013; 16(78):115-9. PMID: 23676826

  9. Jain K, G Kakarala, J Compson, R Singh. Do the dimensions of the distal phalanges allow suture anchor fixation of the flexor digitorum profundus? A cadaveric study.  J Hand Surg Eur. 2011; 36(8):698-700. PMID: 21873436.

  10. Subramanian S, Jain K, Ramakutty, S, Hemmady MV, Hodgkinson JP. Early results of whole femoral head allograft with articular cartilage for acetabular impaction grafting in revision hip replacements. Annals of the Royal College of Surgeons of England. 2010; 92(1); 27-30. PMID: 20056058.

  11. Jain K, R Amaravati, G Sharma. Evaluation of the clinical signs of anterior cruciate ligament and meniscal injuries. Indian Journal of Orthopedics. 2009; 43(4): 375-378. PMID: 19838388.

 

Technical tip

Jain K, Makwana N. Use of anterior cruciate ligament guide in Lisfranc injury fixation. Annals Royal College Surg Eng. 2015; 97(3):243. PMID: 26263818.

Case reports

  1. Jain K, Asad M, Joshi Y, Syed A. Tibialis anterior tendon rupture as a complication of first tarsometatarsal joint steroid injection: A case report and review of literature. Foot (Edinb). 2015; 25(3):179-81. PMID: 26205997

  2. Abhimanyu Ved, Kowshik Jain, Raminder Singh. Scapholunate dissociation in a child: A case report with modified extra-osseous reconstruction technique. International Journal of Orthopaedics Sciences 2015; 1(4): 06-08.