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Specialising in robotic hip and knee surgery, partial knee replacement, ligament reconstruction, sports injuries and general trauma.
Mr Gulati is a substantive Consultant in Orthopaedics and Trauma at Sandwell & West Birmingham Hospitals NHS Trust. He is passionate about regular patient involvement while making important decisions about the treatment that they receive. His clinical judgments are based on years of experience, published clinical literature and latest research and are highly personalised to the needs of the individual.
Mr Gulati has a vast experience of treating various orthopaedic problems in all age group patients; from high performance elite athletes to elderly patients with arthritis, at both national and international levels. He has been regularly performing hip and knee replacement procedures, adult ligament reconstruction, toe surgery and management of sports injuries. In addition, he has a very good trauma management portfolio along with a vast experience of using specialist techniques and managing multiply-injured patients. He has also been exposed to advanced techniques such as the use of endoprosthetic replacements for salvage procedures in revision arthroplasty.
Mr Gulati specialises in novel therapies such as dry needling, autologous blood injections, high volume injections and platelet rich plasma injections. He can also perform visco-supplementation injections and prolotherapy injections for other appropriate conditions.
Mr Gulati completed his basic surgical training from Cambridge, Glasgow and Preston. His specialist orthopaedic training was on the prestigious Oxford Orthopaedic Training Programme which included training at the world famous, Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre and John Radcliffe Hospitals. He successfully passed the Fellowship of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons (FRCS) exam for Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgery on his first attempt while training in Leicester.
Mr Gulati pursued his fellowship at the prestigious arthroplasty unit in Nottingham under the supervision of Mr A Manktelow and Mr P James, where he learnt how to manage complex hip and knee problems. He also travelled to pursue fellowships at the Endoclinik, Hamburg and Lyon Orthopaedic Centre, learning how to improve satisfaction levels in patients and dealing with difficult problems. He then moved to Toronto, Canada to take up a place at the Sunnybrook Hospital under the supervision of Dr P Marks, Dr D Wasserstein and Dr J Abuali, concentrating on managing sports injuries and complex trauma. This is where he developed interest in optimising the non-operative treatment of musculoskeletal conditions. He has subsequently been able to assess and treat a variety of sports, exercise related and musculoskeletal problems.
Mr Gulati has a very strong interest in research is evidenced by his PhD from the University of Oxford. He wrote an original thesis on ‘pain after medial unicompartmental knee replacement’ with Prof Murray, Prof Pandit and Dr Pegg. He has written over five book chapters, 25 original papers in peer-reviewed journals and has over 50 academic presentations at national and international conferences. He is particularly interested in implant design, biomechanics and application of mechanical engineering principles to the field of orthopaedics.
Mr Gulati also has a significant interest in teaching and training. He is an orthopaedic lead for medical students teaching at University of Birmingham and Aston University. He is an ATLS Instructor and has been formally teaching students from the Universities of Oxford, Nottingham, Bristol, Toronto, Glasgow and Nottingham. He particularly enjoys preparing registrars for the FRCS (Tr. & Orth.) examination.
Areas of interest
Total and partial knee replacement surgery; Revision knee surgery; Patello- femoral joint replacement;
Hip replacement surgery; Core decompression;
Sports injuries; Knee arthroscopy; Meniscal surgery; Knee ligament reconstruction including anterior cruciate ligament; Knee instability; Patella dislocation; Cartilage injuries;
Non surgical procedures; ultrasound guided joint and soft tissue injections; steroid injections; viscosupplementation; autologous blood injections; dry needling; PRP injections;
Anaesthetists worked with
- Dr Muhammad A Ali Fee Assured
- Dr Mohan Ramamoorthy Fee Assured
Current NHS consultant posts held
Consultant in Trauma and Orthopaedics
Sandwell and West Birmingham Hospitals
Patient Reported Outcomes
Unexplained post-operative pain
1) ESSKA Alwin Jäger fellowship - Lyon, 2017
2) 3rd Best paper award - BOFAS meeting, Nov 2016
3) ‘Best of the Best’ nomination - BOA, Belfast, Sep 2016
4) AO Trauma fellowship - Sunnybrook Trauma Centre, Jan 2016
5) Best poster award - SICOT meeting, Nov 2016
6) Best poster award - BOFAS meeting, Oct 2014
7) Best audit project award - Buckinghamshire Hospitals, June 2012
(Additional) Languages spoken
- Hindi - Fluent
- Panjabi, Punjabi - Fluent
Gulati A, Manktelow. Even ‘cementless’ surgeons use cement. J Arthroplasty 2017 Sep;32(9S):S47-S53
Mangwani J, Gulati A, Benson A, Cichero M, Williamson DM. Role of prophylactic antibiotics in lesser toe fusion surgery: A prospective randomised controlled trial. Foot Ankle Surg 2017 Mar;23(1):50-52
Burchette D, Gulati A, McNab I. How we do it: retraction suture for interphalangeal joint surgery. Journal of Hand Surgery (European Volume) 2015 May;40 (4), 425-425
Gulati A, Weston-Simons S, Evans D, Pandit H, Dodd CAF, Murray DW. Radiographic evaluation of factors affecting bearing dislocation in the domed lateral Oxford Unicompartmental Knee Replacement. Knee 2014 Dec;21(6):1254-7.
Hanna L, Gulati A, Graham A. The role of fascia iliaca blocks in hip fractures: A prospective case-control study and feasibility assessment of a junior-doctor-delivered service. ISRN Orthopedics 2014:191306
Murray DW, Gulati A, Gill R. Ten-year RSA-measured migration of the Exeter femoral stem. Bone Joint J 2013;95-B(5):605-608
Pandit H, Gulati A, Jenkins C, Barker K, Price AJ, Dodd CAF, Murray DW. Unicompartmental knee replacement for patients with partial thickness cartilage loss in the affected compartment. Knee 2011;18(3):168-71
Gulati A, Yeo CJ, Cooney AD, McLean AM, Fraser MH, Allan DB. Functional outcome and discharge destination in elderly with spinal cord injuries. Spinal Cord 2011;49(2):215-8
Gulati A, Williamson DM. Synovial chondromatosis: A rare cause of a dislocated metatarso-phalangeal joint. Foot Ankle Surg 2010;16(2):21-3.
Gulati A, Chau R, Pandit H, Price AJ, Dodd CAF, Murray DW. The incidence of physiological radiolucency following the oxford unicompartmental knee replacement and its relationship to outcome. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2009; 91(7):896-902
Gulati A, Pandit H, Jenkins C, Chau R, Dodd CAF, Murray DW. The effect of leg alignment on the outcome of unicompartmental knee replacement. J Bone Joint Surg Br 2009;91(4):469-74
Gulati A, Chau R, Beard DJ, Price AJ, Gill HS, Murray DW. Localisation of the full-thickness cartilage lesions in medial and lateral unicompartmental osteoarthritis of the knee. J Orthop Res 2009;27(10):1339-46
Gulati A, Chau R, Simpson DJ, Dodd CAF, Gill HS, Murray DW. Influence of component alignment on outcomes for unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. Knee 2009;16(3):196-9
Courses offered to GPs
1) Soft tissue knee
2) Foot and ankle disorders
3) Hip and knee arthroplasty
6) Sports injuries
Outcomes (checked and approved by medical professional body)
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- MBBS Panjab University 1999
- PhD in Orthopaedics University of Oxford 2013
- FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics) Royal College of Surgeons of England 2015
- MS Orthopaedics Christian Medical College 1998
Reference number 6052466
Details of entry to specialist register
- Trauma and Orthopaedics , 2016
Affiliations / memberships
Royal College of Surgeons of England
- 17:00 - 20:30
- 07739 883318
Post treatment communication
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Information for healthcare professionals (Bupa patients only, last 12 months)
Unicompartmental knee replacement - (1-5)
Injection(s) +/- aspiration, into joint, cyst, bursa with image guidance - unilateral - (1-5)
Autograft anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction (including arthroscopic and meniscectomy) - (1-5)
Multiple arthroscopic operation on knee (including meniscectomy, chondroplasty, drilling or microfracture) - (1-5)