Dr Yatin Jain

Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

BM, FRCS Tr & Orth

Specialty Orthopaedic surgery

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    Mr Jain is a specialist in the treatment of all sports injuries including the keyhole surgical treatment of injuries to the knee, such as ligament and cartilage injury, and shoulder, such as dislocation and rotator cuff tear. Additionally, he can administer non-operative treatments such as injections of Platelet Rich Plasma (PRP).Neil is actively involved in teaching having lectured to the University of Manchester, University of Liverpool and University of Lancaster about Orthopaedic and Sports Injuries. He is well regarded for his strong research background having been published in many peer reviewed journals and medical textbooks. He has in excess of 100 presentations at National and International meetings, including the International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine, the World Sports Trauma Congress and the FIFA Football Medical Conference.He is an active member of the European Society of Sports Traumatology Knee Surgery and Arthroscopy (ESSKA) and is a participant of their Education Committee. He is the present Treasurer of the British Orthopaedic Sports Trauma & Arthroscopy Association (BOSTAA). He completed a Sports Injuries and Reconstructive Arthroscopy Fellowship at the world-renowned University of British Columbia in Vancouver, Canada. Mr Jain has worked with a number of sports clubs and associations both amateur and professional including Wolverhampton Wanderers FC, Barrow Raiders RLFC, Bury FC, University of British Columbia Thunderbirds, Vancouver Canadians (Baseball), Winnipeg Blue Bombers (American Football) and Vancouver Canucks (Ice Hockey).Mr Jain has also worked with a number of combat sports participants including world champions in mixed martial arts and boxing. He has also collaborated with the Football Association (The FA) with recent projects to help decrease the injury rates in the England National Football team.

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