Mr Keith Adrian Borowsky is a leading consultant shoulder and elbow orthopaedic surgeon, based in Maidstone and Chatham, Kent. He qualified in South Africa and has been practising Orthopaedic Surgery for more than thirty years. His broad range experience in orthopaedics spans from having initially worked in the military with war, industrial and sport injuries, and later developed a service as a substantive NHS consultant for upper limb trauma and more common conditions such as frozen shoulder, rotator cuff injury, arthritis requiring joint replacement, tennis elbow and other conditions. He specialises in shoulder and elbow reconstructions and arthroscopies. On the non-operative side he offers ultrasound-guided joint injections and diagnosis.
Mr Borowsky is also firmly committed to research and academia, some of which has been carried out as an honorary senior lecturer at Brighton and Sussex Medical School. At present, his research is focusing on shoulder fractures and the development of a shoulder replacement for this. In this regard, he was awarded a prize for best podium presentation at the British Shoulder and Elbow Society meeting; and has publications in this field in one of the foremost international shoulder journals. In addition to his clinical practice, research and teaching, Mr Borowsky also has more than 25 years of medico-legal experience.