Mr Jehangir Mahaluxmivala (pronounced ma-ha-lux-mi-vala) is a highly experienced orthopaedic and trauma surgeon specialising in hip and knee joints, including hip and knee replacements, complex knee replacement revisions, and arthroscopic knee surgery.
He can provide expert opinion on knee and hip pathologies and uses the most up-to-date, evidence-based procedures with a focus on safety, and helping patients understand the risk-benefit ratio of joint replacement surgery. As a former national level badminton player, Mr Mahaluxmivala understands the need for joint replacement treatment arising from a sports career. His work in hip, knee and lower limb procedures is highly regarded and he has received a Clinical Excellence Award from the Princess Alexandra Hospital, as well as being awarded Trainer of the Year by the Royal London Hospital Rotation.
He has been an invited guest speaker at national and international conferences, including being a former invited speaker on performing knee replacements at the combined British Orthopaedic Association and Irish Orthopaedic Association Annual Conference, and he is the co-founder and co-director of the Royal College of Surgeons of England FRCS(Orth) Course. Mr Mahaluxmivala has a special interest in patient education and is a surgeon designer for animations for hip and knee replacement surgery, done specifically to educate parents and help them to understand their forthcoming surgery. This was shortlisted for the NHS Innovation Awards.
He has also published peer-reviewed scientific papers and has been an invited chapter author for the prestigious Oxford Textbook of Surgery. Mr Mahaluxmivala is also on the editorial board for the Journal of Surgical Simulation and on the faculty of numerous teaching courses, including the Cambridge FRCS(Orth) Course and the Harlow Knee Replacement Course.