Consultant trauma and orthopaedic knee surgeon Mr Khakha FRCS (Tr & Orth), MBBS, MSc specialises in a wide range of knee conditions from joint preservation surgery to treating osteoarthritis, sports injuries, trauma, children’s knee injuries and complex revision surgery for failed joint replacements. Co-founder of The London Knee Osteotomy Centre and Children’s Knee Clinic with Professor Adrian Wilson, the two experts collaborate frequently on cases.
Graduating in medicine from St George’s University Hospital in 2006, Mr Khakha gained his BSc with honours in orthopaedics from University College London (UCL). He took his MSc at the University of Brighton and trained on the renowned South East London Training Rotation before studying on a trauma surgery fellowship at Massachusetts General Hospital (USA) and a knee fellowship at North Hampshire Hospitals (UK). He has been a consultant since 2017 and his NHS practice is based at Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust.
Joint preservation surgery is central to his professional philosophy and osteotomy surgery, meniscal repair, and ligament reconstruction form much of his daily workload, along with referrals from other orthopaedic experts to perform both complex primary and revision knee surgery.
An honorary senior lecturer at King’s College London, where he lectures on knee surgery to surgical fellows, he is also the lead for knee surgery teaching on the South East London Training Rotation, where he himself trained.
Dedicated to innovation and research, he is in demand as a speaker on the latest minimally invasive knee surgical techniques at UK and international conferences.