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Mr Jagwant Singh is available for video consultations.
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My practice covers all aspects of shoulder and elbow surgery including shoulder and elbow pain and stiffness, rotator cuff, instability surgery, biceps and pectoralis tendinopathy and rupture, shoulder and elbow arthritis, nerve compression surgeries, tennis and golfer's elbow, upper limb fracture including hand and wrist fractures.

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Specialties and sub-specialties

Orthopaedics
Shoulder and elbow
Upper limb trauma
Hand and wrist

Professional profile

Mr Singh underwent his specialist trauma and orthopaedic training on the Royal London rotation where he gained extensive experience in shoulder and elbow surgery whilst working at the Shoulder and Peripheral Nerve Injuries Unit at Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital in Stanmore and the Shoulder Unit at the Barts Health NHS Trust.

He was awarded the Freeman prize 2013-14 and RLHOTS travelling fellowship in 2017 to the Steadman Clinic & US Olympic Institute, Vail Colorado and Harvard Shoulder Unit (Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston).

After becoming a Fellow to the Royal College of Surgeons of England in 2017, Jagwant secured a prestigious fellowship at the internationally renowned Wrightington Hospital, where he was awarded the John Charnley gold medal in year 2018. Here he worked with leading surgeons and gained expertise in the fields of shoulder surgery, complex joint replacement surgery, elbow surgery, nerve and hand surgery. He also worked at the Nottingham Shoulder and Elbow Unit and trained in conducting wide awake shoulder surgery and dealing with shoulder and elbow trauma.

He won the prestigious British Shoulder and Elbow Society fellowship in 2018 and, as part of this, gained expertise from renowned North American centres including the Mayo Clinic, Rochester and Rothman’s Institute, Philadelphia.

He has developed his interest in 3D planning and the use of patient specific instrumentation for patients undergoing primary and revision shoulder replacements.

Mr Singh has travelled widely to further his knowledge and gain cutting-edge experience in shoulder and elbow surgery from many centres of excellence in the USA, Canada and Europe, including: San Antonio Orthopedic Center (Texas, USA), AZ Monica, University of Antwerp, Antwerp, Belgium, Tampa General Hospital, Florida USA, Roth McFarlane Hand & Upper Limb Center, St. Joseph's Health Care, (London Ontario, Canada), Clinique DU Parc (Lyon, France).

Currently, he works at the Lewisham and Greenwich NHS Trust where he is actively involved in research, teaching and mentoring junior trainees.

He has designed and led on numerous trials including portfolio studies.

Mr Singh has published extensively in peer-reviewed journals and regularly presents his work internationally and nationally.

Awards and accolades

  • British Shoulder and Elbow society (BESS) Travelling fellowship for the Year 2018/19
  • John Charnley Gold Medal, Wrightington Hospital, Year 2018
  • Freeman Prize at the Royal London Hospital Orthopaedic and Trauma society an-nual meeting, (RLHOTS) June 2013.

Medical training

Year qualified 2003
  • Jammu University 1997 - 2003

Languages spoken

Hindi
Kashmiri
Punjabi
Urdu

Articles

Shoulder arthritis: causes, diagnosis and treatment
TopDoctors
TopDoctors got in contact with Mr Jagwant Singh to discuss how this condition should be managed. We also learnt about how both non-surgical and surgical treatment can be effective.

Publications

Current Perspectives on Elbow dislocation and instability. Annals of Joint 2020
Authors: Singh J, Elvey M, Hamoodi Z, Watts AC
Year: 2020
Survivorship of Autologous Bone Graft at a Minimum of 2 Years for Glenoid Bone Loss In Primary and Revision Shoulder Arthroplasty: A Clinical and CT Review
Authors: Jagwant Singh, K. Neelakandan, Michael Walton, Puneet Monga , Steve R Bale, Ian Trail J
Year: 2020
Reliability and validity of the Wrightington classification of elbow fracture dislocation
Authors: Zaid Hamoodi, Jagwant Singh, Michael Elvey, Adam C Watts
Year: 2020