Mr Sanjiv Jari is a specialist knee surgeon based in Manchester. Working across a number of clinics including The Manchester Sports Medicine Clinic and the Spire Manchester Hospital, Mr Jari offers a comprehensive set of surgical treatments for the knee and ankle to treat sports injuries and arthritis.
Mr Jari has an illustrious career in the treatment of sports injuries, having served as Orthopaedic Surgeon to the Great British Olympic Wrestling squad and Sports Medicine Consultant to the 2002 Commonwealth Games. He works with elite athletes in football, rugby, basketball and netball, offering treatments such as keyhole surgery of the knee and ankle, cartilage transplantation, and ligament reconstructive knee surgery.
As a specialist in arthritis surgery, Mr Jari makes use of advanced contemporary treatments such as stem cell injections, as well as minimally-invasive surgery to replace the knee. At his NHS practice he set up a dedicated knee rehabilitation and triage service, which includes biomechanical ligament assessment using a KT-1000, a tool not generally available in the UK.
Mr Jari is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and holds an Intercollegiate Fellowship in Trauma & Orthopaedics. He regularly reviews for the The British Journal of Sports Medicine and is a national and international speaker on knee surgery and sports injuries.