Manchester based Knee Surgeon – Professor Sanjiv Jari
BSc(Hons), MBChB, FRCS[Eng], FRCS[Tr & Orth]
Professor Sanjiv Jari is a Consultant Knee, Lower Limb & Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Surgeon at Salford Royal Foundation Trust and at The Manchester Sports Medicine Clinic. He is an Honorary Senior Lecturer in Orthopaedic & Trauma Surgery at the University of Manchester where he is also an examiner for undergraduate medical students. Professor Jari is the Team Surgeon to the British Olympic Wrestling Team and works with many other professional and elite sports teams and players to help prevent and treat injuries.
Parents of Hannah Greenwood
Mr Warren Gibson
Now 4 weeks on I feel I have a ‘normal’ knee. No pain and a full range of pain-free movement. So even though words could never be enough to tell you how grateful I am and how wonderful the n-STRIDE procedure is. THANK YOU.
Mr Brian Hudson
I have no hesitation in recommending Professor Jari and the healthcare and physiotherapy team at Spire Manchester Hospital. Professor Jari performed a signature knee replacement on my left knee in February 2018. The operation was very successful and my recovery has been incredible. As an added bonus, Professor Jari re-aligned my lower left leg during the operation which had been at an angle of 22 degrees. I have gained 2cm and now walk tall and straight! As Professor jari will tell you, it is extremely important that you don’t destroy all his good work and that you must follow the physiotherapy recommended by the staff there. I can honestly say that I did this and the results were incredible. The best compliment I can give is that after months and years of pain and walking strangely I am now pain free and have even taken up golf which I am enjoying tremendously. To say that Professor Jari changed my life is an understatement. I felt so emotional meeting him at the 6 weeks review and thanking him for everything that he had done for me. Even then he was modest enough to say that I played my part but without him there would have been no part to play. I have just had my 6 month review with Professor Jari and we are both very impressed with the progress so he has now signed me off. If I ever need my right knee replaced, I will have no hesitation in returning to the care of Professor Jari. He is easy to communicate with, very professional and clearly a dedicated and skilful surgeon.
Mr TJ – Warrington
To Professor Jari and all your team in theatre, with grateful thanks for all your kindness shown to me during my recent knee operation.
You may not remember me, but about 6 years ago you performed an ACL reconstruction of my left knee when I was based in Manchester.
Anyway, I am in Guildford now and thought you might like to know that I am training for the London Marathon this year raising money for Christian Aid – in case it is of interest, I am running a blog and have given you a credit this week on account of it being the 6 year anniversary of the surgery.
I trust that all continues to go well for you – thank you again for your part in making this possible
I recently had a Knee Arthroscopy performed by Prof. Jari. I have had 2 of these operations before, but this one was by far less painful, even though I left with crutches and painkillers the next day I did not need them. I was able to walk a couple of miles after 4 days, even the Physio commented how advanced I was. I can only complement Prof. Jari on his work.
My health insurer became very awkward at that point and said that as there was no plan to go down the route of having surgery, they would not cover me, as they saw it as a short-term fix. This annoyed me massively as I really don’t think they should be encouraging surgery when there are other, safer treatments. Prof. Jari wrote to Bupa on my behalf explain the reasons for his recommended treatment, but yet they refused to cover me. To cut a long story short, I brought Prof. Jari’s recommended treatment to my doctor, who agreed it was the best course of action, and referred me to Prof. Jari on the NHS.
I was seen by Prof. Jari in the weeks after this and had the treatment on my toe and I feel much better and am back to being just as active as I was previous to having the issue with my toe, which was the plan from the start, and all of this without having to have surgery. Throughout the whole process Prof. Jari, Claire and the team were extremely professional, friendly and welcoming. More importantly, they were knowledgeable and represented my impeccably when I was been asked medical questions by either my Doctor or my health insurer. I would most definitely return for further treatment if the need arose, and recommend them to friends or family. RG
I would recommend Professor Jari to anyone who is experiencing problems with their knees – a caring, calming and understanding Consultant.
During my stay, my right knee was replaced as agreed. After the operation, I came round to the care of the wonderful staff who medicated me as instructed. I had a knee bending machine (probably got a proper name) in the bed, pressure cuffs on my calves and a routine of exercises as provided by attentive physio staff. The same day I was up on my leg on a frame and the following day, tackled the stairs on crutches.
Prof. Jari came to see me to assure that all had gone as intended. Nursing staff were excellent in manner and care and during my stay, I elicited from them that Prof. Jari’s patients usually recovered more quickly and exited hospital more quickly than others. I know that Prof. Jari is an expert, this is the second time for me in his care.
He is straightforward in his manner, explaining things in detail and in my case patiently answering questions, he is realistic and obviously very experienced but moreover, he is a really nice bloke. I will not hesitate to recommend him to others. Only eight weeks on and back at the gym and in the pool getting stronger.
Thanks, I mean it,
Bob Berrington, 61 yrs
Professor Jari was superb in his treatment and I would highly recommend him to anybody suffering from pain in their knee.
Mr I Modlin
I attended the Spire Manchester on Friday the 9th March for a total knee replacement procedure by Prof’ Jari. I arrived at 7am and left on Monday afternoon the 12th March.
From start to finish I can’t speak highly enough of all the staff involved from, reception, to admission on the ward / room. The catering staff, cleaners, nurses, physio’s etc were all very kind, pleasant and accommodating. The physio’s and nursing staff were excellent, very professional and efficient.
Prof Jari performed a sterling job on my knee as well. I am just nine weeks into recovery and all is going really well. After just two weeks my physio said the knee mobility was far better than she would expect. I was off the stronger pain relief within two weeks, without the relief the pain was minimal, I’d say there was more discomfort than pain. The range of movement continued to improve and I was able to drive again after just 3 weeks. After eight weeks I was able to start using a static bike and do some swimming. I could walk unaided at eight weeks although with a bit of a limp as the minimal swelling still causes discomfort and restricts the full movement.
The scaring is very neat and hardly visible. I am now at 9 weeks and delighted with my progress.
I had a knee replacement carried out by Professor Jari in November last year. Previously I had been in crippling pain even though I had had an arthroscopy which proved to be unsuccessful. It was decided that he best solution would be a knee replacement. The result has been life changing. During my initial appointment , Professor Jari fully explained the process and sequence of events. The treatment and care provided at the Spire was excellent.
Professor Jari was reassuring throughout and filled me with confidence that I could progress by following his advice on exercise and rehabilitation .I am now fully active and have resumed work and am looking forward to the future.
Thanks to Professor Jari and all the staff at the Spire
Professor Jari fitted me with a new knee in early April this year.
The Hospital I opted for was the Alexandre at Cheadle and I have nothing but praise for the standard of care shown by all the team there. They were so caring and understanding, so much so that I wrote to the Hospital’s Director singing their praises generally and highlighting 4 members of staff who were “stars amongst stars”
Equally, I have nothing but praise for Professor Jari. I have total respect and appreciation for the professional way he has handled everything from the original consultation all the way through to the post-operative consultations.
At 4 weeks I was able to cope with 1 crutch rather than 2 and at the same time to start walking around my home without any crutch at all.
At the 6 week stage I was able to pick up static cycling and using the cross-trainer in the gym at pre-operation intensity.
I am now at the 8 week stage and am starting to get out in the open air without any crutches and gradually extending the distance walked.
My knee is settling down well and the post-operative pain and swelling I expected was I believe kept to a minimum because of how professionally the operation was carried out.
Professor Jari was objective in his opinions and gave me all the information I needed to reach a decision that I felt was right for me.
To summarise, based on my experience I have zero hesitation in recommending Professor Jari to anyone who is considering a new knee. He is excellent.
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Conditions and Injuries of the Knee
The knee can be affected by various conditions and can suffer many different injuries to its contents and surrounding structures. Most of the injuries sustained to the knee joint occur as a result of sports, but it can also suffer from non-traumatic conditions such as arthritis.
Investigations and Diagnosis of the Knee
Investigations of the knee can be used by a surgeon as an aid for diagnosis and used to monitor preparation for surgery as well as post-operative rehabilitation, providing data for readiness to return to function, activity, and sports.