Subspecialty: Hip Replacement Surgery, Knee Replacement Surgery, Knee Arthroscopy, Revision Hip Replacement, Revision Knee Replacement, peri-prosthetic fracture management, General Trauma and complex lower limb trauma
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Secretary: Mrs. Christine Travis
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Personal Statement: Qualifications: MSc (Tr) MRCS MCh (Orth) FRCS (Tr & Orth)
Fellowship in Advanced Hip and Knee Surgery- Bristol
Lower Limb Arthroplasty Fellowship- Dunedin, New Zealand
Trauma Fellowship- Regions Hospital, St. Paul, Minnesota, USA
Naren Garneti is a Consultant Orthopaedic surgeon with a special interest in Hip and Knee surgery. His subspecialist interests include primary and revision Hip and Knee Replacements, knee arthroscopy and management of peri-prosthetic fractures. He is the lead for Metal on Metal Hip replacements at The Rotherham NHS Foundation Trust.
Naren trained at Leeds on the Yorkshire Higher Surgical training Programme. He underwent sub-specialty double- Fellowship training in advanced primary and revision Hip and Knee arthroplasty in New Zealand and Bristol. His Fellowship at Bristol was supervised by Professor Gordon Bannister (past President of the British Hip Society), Professor Ian D Learmonth (past President of the European Hip Society), Professor Ashley Blom and Mr. Jason Webb. His Fellowship in New Zealand was under the direction of Professor Jean- Claude Theis (past President of the Royal Australasian College of Surgeons), Mr. John Matheson (past President of the New Zealand Orthopaedic Association) and Mr. David Gwynne-Jones.
He visited several centres of excellence in US and Belfast (Mr. David Beverland) to enhance his knowledge of Hip and Knee Replacement surgery. He is a member of the British Hip Society (BHS) and British Association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK).
Naren is active in research and has presented at International, National and Regional meetings. He has several publications to his credit. Education is an important part of his curriculum. He is engaged in teaching and training the Registrars and Middle Grades at Rotherham General Hospital. He set up a Fellowship Programme in Lower Limb arthroplasty and the Upper Limb Fracture Fixation course at Rotherham General Hospital. In addition to being a faculty member on local courses, he is the convener of the South Yorkshire Fracture Neck of Femur course.