Mr Hemang Mehta is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon practicing at St Joseph's Hospital. Mr Mehta specialises in key hole (arthroscopic surgery) and minimally invasive surgery of shoulder and elbow, as well as general orthopaedics, shoulder replacements, upper limb surgery and trauma. He brings broad experience and expertise in orthopaedic surgery to his private orthopaedic practice at Spire Hospital.
Mr Mehta’s shoulder surgery and Upper limb surgery use advanced arthroscopic methods he developed during clinical visits to leading centers in the UK and Europe, and on his fellowship in Addenbrooke's Hospital, Cambridge and New York University (NYU) Hospital, New York, USA. His special interests include shoulder dislocations, frozen shoulder, arthritis, rotator cuff tears and sports injuries of the shoulder. Hemang has an extensive shoulder surgery practice treating sports injuries of the Shoulder, and arthritis. His specialist Elbow practice includes arthroscopic joint release surgery and debridement of arthritic joints, replacement of radial head and complex elbow trauma. He also carries out key hole surgery of knee and Knee Replacements. He is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon at Aneurin Bevan Health Board, working at Nevill Hall Hospital Abergavenny and St Woolos Hospital Newport in South Wales. He is also a General and Upper limb Surgeon at Glan Usk Suites in Abergavenny.
Hemang is a member of British Shoulder and Elbow Society and American Association of Orthopaedic Surgeons. In addition to his surgical qualifications, Hemang is actively engaged in teaching medical students and junior surgeons, nationally and internationally. He is a faculty member for AO International Trauma courses and a Royal College of Surgeons trainer for Basic Orthopaedic skills course. He has published several papers in international journals and keeps his knowledge up to date by attending courses and conferences throughout the world.
Shoulder replacement surgery
Rotator cuff repair
Joint manipulation treatment
Joint pain treatment (joint injections)
Upper limb fractures