Mr Krishna Vemulapalli is an Orthopaedic Consultant at Barking Havering & Redbridge Hospitals NHS Trust. His NHS practice is at King George Hospital in Goodmayes and at Queens Hospital in Romford, Essex, where he specialises in foot and ankle surgery and Orthopaedic surgery for children. He is also Honorary Senior Lecturer at Queen Mary University, London His qualifications are MBBS, FRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth). After graduation, Krishna Vemulapalli started basic surgical training in Newcastle-upon-Tyne and then completed his higher surgical training at The Royal London Hospital and the Percivall Pott Rotation. He undertook further specialist training in foot and ankle surgery at Norfolk and Norwich University Hospital and in children's Orthopaedic surgery at the Royal London Hospital. He was awarded the Ilizarov Travelling Fellowship by Smith and Nephew, which took him to Kurgan in Russia. As well as keeping up-to-date with the latest and most effective forms of treatment in trauma and Orthopaedics, he teaches surgeons in various practical Orthopaedic and FRCS examination courses. He has organised several educational courses namely Queens FRCS( Tr & Ortho) Clinical Course Ponseti Course for Club feet Queens MRCS Mock Exam course Orthopaedic &Trauma Course for Accident &Emergency He is passionate about teaching and was instrumental in getting the Queens Hospital 'Training Hospital of the Year 2014' for Trauma and Orthopaedics in Royal London Rotation. His teaching/ training & patient care was recognised and has won/nominated following awards. BHR- Star of the Month December 2012 BHR Star of the Year-2013- Runner-up Nominated for BHRT Staff Pride award for Outstanding Patient Care-2013 Nominated for BHRT Staff Pride Award for Inspirational Leader-2013 Nominated for ‘Trainer of the Year 2014’- Royal London Rotation Professional Excellence Award from Telugu NRI Forum @ British Parliament-2014 Winner of the Trainer of the Year 2015’- Percivall Pott Rotation Nominated for Trainer of the Year 2015- British Orthopaedic Trainee Association Winner of Highly Commended Clinical Supervisor of the Year -PGMDE- UCL partners 2016 Nominated for ‘Trainer of the Year 2016- Royal London Rotation Although Krishna Vemulapalli manages all general trauma and orthopaedic conditions, including hip and knee surgery, his specialist interests include simple and complex adult foot and ankle surgery, and paediatric (children's) orthopaedics. Personal profile: I am married and live locally in Essex. My wife is a GP and we are fortunate to have two lovely boys and a beautiful young daughter. My interests include playing cricket, reading, travelling, spending time with my family and experimenting with Indian cooking.
Went to see Mr V with arthritis and a very nasty bunion. After explaining all the options very clearly we decided on a Cartiva implant - it has been only six weeks since the operation and already I feel so much better. I am fully looking forward to being able to wear heels again (but not just yet!). Could not fault this consultant at all. He listened and explained. Would thoroughly recommend him.
I'm a very active woman so to be blighted with severe arthritis in my toe joint was physically and mentally harming to me. Mr V explained my options and we agreed a cartiva toe implant would be a fitting option. The recovery was long and painful but after a year I have almost full use of my foot and I can run, walk, do yoga and can wear decent heels now!
I was admitted to Queens with a fractured neck of femur due to a fall from a cycle. Mr vemulapalli was totally explicit in the pros and cons of various surgical procedures. He explained how replacement would enable quicker recovery, but in the long run is more likely to need a further replacement and would requiring more restrictions in the short term.
My daughter injured her ankle while dancing and after being recommended to Mr V we went to see him. He always took the time to listen and explained everything very clearly to both of us. He engaged with my daughter and ensured that she understood what was happening to her ankle and her options. We all agreed to try non surgical treatment at first but as my daughter was heavily into her dancing it soon became clear that she would need surgery. Again, Mr V explained everything very clearly and did not sugar coat anything for her. She knew what she was going to be going through and what to expect. Surgery was successful and my daughter is now back to her full dancing capacity again. I could not recommend Mr V enough to anyone needing specialist treatment.
My 2 year old daughter was seen by Mr V and was diagnosed with Metatarsal Adductus a deformity of the foot. I had been worried as she had very poor balance and continuously tripped. Mr V was so kind and reassured me that although she would be in plaster for @ 6 weeks it was better to get it treated straight away, he also said that she would adapt easily to the plaster, which she did. Her foot is now straight and her balance almost perfect. Mr V is going to keep seeing her for a while as she has special boots to keep her foot straight as she grows. He has such a kind and carrying attitude that gives you confidence and I would not hesitate to recommend Mr V to anyone.