Dedicated Specialist Knee Surgeon Consultant Knee Surgeon at Surrey Orthopaedic Clinic. Associate Divisional Director at Ashford and St. Peter's NHS Foundation Trust. Reconstructive surgery for sports injuries, meniscus (cartilage) and knee ligament (ACL) injury Latest surgical treatment techniques for both early and advanced knee arthritis. Expertise in the latest minimally-invasive arthroscopy or ‘key-hole’ surgery techniques Comprehensive specialist knee service for patella (kneecap) problems and knee preserving/replacement surgery including partial and total knee replacement.
I'm 29 years old. I suffered a bad knee in May 17 injury playing rugby (Full rupture of ACL and MCL, partial tear of PCL and meniscus damage) I had no previous problems with my knee. I was referred to Dr Trikha who suggested the recovery plan of 'prehab' from May to July to allow the MCL to begin heal naturally, followed by an ACL reconstruction (hamstring graft) in July17. Op went well, the early recovery stages were tough but i'm now 8 months post operation and i feel like i will make a full recovery back to rugby. My advice to anyone about to have this operation: - Get a GOOD sport specific knee physio. - Work really hard on mobility in in the early stages post op. - You're in safe hands with Dr Trikha
Having suffered for a number of years with pain in my right knee after a football injury I was recommended to Mr Trikha by my physiotherapist nephew. At my first consultation he explained clearly the proceedure together with the advantages, and possible disadvantages, of surgery. This gave me the confidence to go through with the replacement knee operation. Seven weeks later I am so pleased I had the operation there is no more pain and nothing seems impossible, thank you Mr. Trikha.
Dr Trikha examined my left knee as I was in some mild pain. He swiftly arranged an MRI scan which revealed only a sprain and he told me that surgery was not required. We then agreed a course of physiotherapy and I was discharged after a follow-up session with Dr Trikha. Dr Trikha is a very impressive, articulate and friendly consultant and I would recommend him without hesitation.
Mr. Trikha has looked after both my knees. I tore my ACL in one (multiple times) and the cartilage in both, due to many years of self inflicted rugby abuse. He has repaired my ACL and cartilages to such a level that I feel confident to play non contact sports again, to his dismay. A terrific surgeon with a wonderful personality. Would recommend him to the highest degree. GT
From the moment I met and spoke with Mr trickha I knew I was in the right place. For over 2 years I had progressive pain in the knee I had injured skiing 20 years ago. After visits to 2 national health physics therapist the latter saying I'd have to do up to 4 months intensive work at a gym, cycling and power walking before a surgeon would see me, and as just walking a bit gave me pain, I decided to go private and had a consultation with Mr trickha. After an MRI scan that showed no arthritis I was booked in for a minor op and after 2 visits to the physiotherapist, investing in an exercise bicycle, which I use for 15 minutes 3 times a week, I have no more problems with my knee! I can run down the stairs! And I can squat down low and up again in the hospice shop where I'm a manager better than others 10years my junior! Thank you Mr. Trickha!