Mr Jasvinder Daurka is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at St Mary’s Hospital, Paddington and he also sees patients privately, including at The Princess Grace Hospital. He specialises in orthopaedic trauma management, complex hip replacement, sports hip surgery, pelvic injury and acetabular fracture surgery. He is experienced in surgical techniques involving minimal access surgery, hip arthroscopy and complex revision surgery.
Mr Daurka is widely published and his research interests are focused around hip replacement techniques, outcomes following surgery, the use of 3D printing technology in surgery and improving pelvic trauma care. He has a further interest in young adult hip problems and offers a comprehensive service for problems around the hip including arthroscopy(keyhole surgery), hip replacement, hamstrings repair, pelvic instability surgery, sacroiliac/pelvic fusion and hip resurfacing. He also works closely with a team of physiotherapists to diagnose and treat hip problems that do not need surgery.
He is also an Honorary Senior Clinical Lecturer at Imperial College and actively involved in training clinicians. He regularly 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 and as a member of the Pelvic and Acetabular Task Force he has helped design the current AO Pelvic course.