Dr Harpal Jadeja

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

Languages Spoken

English, Hindi, Urdu, Gujarati

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Dr Harpal Jadeja has operated on more than 5,000 trauma and orthopaedic surgical cases. He was trained in South-East Thames Orthopaedic Training Circuit for the Rotational Specialist Registrar Training Programme with London Deanery in the UK.

He is on the UK’s Consultant’s Specialist Register with CCT, completion of Certificate of Surgical Training, a prerequisite to practice as an Orthopaedic Consultant in the UK.

He further undertook 3 GMC recognised advanced training fellowships in Foot and Ankle Surgery in the UK – first at Wexham Park and Heatherwood Hospital, the second under Mr Robin Allum, who holds a fellowship in Knee Sports Surgeries, and the third fellowship was at the Level I Trauma Centre at Southampton University Hospital.

In addition, he further undertook a Foot and Ankle Sports Injuries Fellowship at AMC, Amsterdam, Netherlands, under Professor Nicholas Van Diek.

He worked as an Orthopaedic Consultant at Luton and Dunstable Hospital, UK from April 2011 and moved to the UAE in November 2016, where he has been working as a Consultant ever since.

Professional Background


    • Trauma and Orthopaedic surgical cases.
    • Foot, ankle, hip and knee replacement surgeries.
    • Treating deformities, such as simple and complex bunions, feet corrections and flat foot deformity corrections.
    • Treatment and management of various sports injuries.
    • Degenerative, inflammatory arthropathies.

    Educational Background

    • CCT in Trauma and Orthopaedics: London Deanery, United Kingdom.
    • FRCS in Trauma and Orthopaedics: Combined Royal Colleges, Edinburgh, United Kingdom.
    • MSc in Trauma and Orthopaedics: University of Brighton, Sussex, United Kingdom.
    • FRCS (Edinburgh): Royal College of Surgeons, United Kingdom.
    • MS in Orthopaedics from the Irwin Group of Hospitals Jamnagar and Saurashtra University, India.
    • MBBS from the Irwin Group of Hospitals Jamnagar and Saurashtra University, India.