Mr Shanakar Kashyap


Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon

 

Specialist Interest:     Lower Limb Surgery

 

Qualifications:

  • BSc                  St Joseph's College, Bangalore
  • MBBS              Bangalore University
  • FDCS.Ed         Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh.
  • FRCS.GLa       Royal College of Surgeons of Glasgow
  • MCh.Orth        University of Liverpool

 

Professional Memberships:

  • British Hip Society

  • British Association for Surgery of the Knee
  • British Medical Association

 

Surgical Procedures: 

  • Total Hip Replacements – Cemented, Uncemented and Resurfacing Arthroplasty

  • Total Knee Replacements
  • Partial Knee Replacements – Medial Unicompartmental, Lateral Unicompartmental and Patello-femoral replacements.
  • Arthroscopic Knee Surgery

Primary Total Hip Replacements

 

1595

 

Cemented THR

786

 

Ceramic

657

 

Resurfacing Hip Replacement

162

Primary Total Knee Replacements

 

1304

Unicompartmental Knee Replacement

 

206

Revision Total Hip Replacements

 

193

Revision Total Knee Replacement

 

69

 

TOTAL

3367

 

Orthopaedic Background:

I did my training in the North East and spent one year in Liverpool training and obtaining Master’s degree in Orthopaedics in 1989.  I was appointed as a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon in 1995.  I was Clinical Director of Department of Orthopaedics from 1998 till 2003.  I was one of the pioneers in introducing Joint Care programme for Hip and Knee replacements in the country.  I was one of the pioneers in introducing Minimally Invasive surgery for Total Knee Replacements in the country.  I am an Instructor for Minimally Invasive technique for Total Knee Replacement at the Medical University of Vienna.

 

Research Interests:

    Current:

  • Gait Analysis after Total Hip Replacements

  • Gait Analysis after Total Knee Replacements
  • Biomechanical analysis of Total Hip and Knee Replacements

Previous:

  • Development of Minimally Invasive surgery for Total Knee Replacement
  • Development of Minimally Invasive surgery for Total Knee Replacement
  • Comparative study of Metal-on-Metal hip replacements with Metal-on-Polyethylene Total hip replacements.
  • Development of Joint Care Programme for Hip and Knee replacement patients.

 

Publications:

  1. Thesis: "Surgical treatment of Hallux Valgus" - presented to the University of Liverpool for the M.Ch.Orth degree, 1989.

  2. "An unusual case of Diaphyseal aclasis arising in fingers" – Shankar NS and Pusey RJ. Journal of Hand Surgery, Vol. 12-B, No.1:129-130, Feb, 1987.
  3. "Posterior dislocation of the elbow with osteochondral fracture" - Shankar NS and Craxford AD. Injury: Vol. 20, No.1:51-52, Jan, 1989.
  4. "Hinged Silastic implants of the Great toe" -.Shankar NS, Asaad SS, Craxford AD. Clinical Orthopaedics and Related Research, No.272:227-234, 1991.
  5. "Comminuted Colles fractures: a prospective trial of management" – Shankar NS , Craxford AD.  J R Coll Surg Edinb,  1992:Vol 37;199-202.
  6. "Mallet finger: long term review of 100 cases".  Shankar NS, Goring CC -J R Coll Surg Edinb – 1992;37(3):196-8.
    1. "Silastic single stem implants in the treatment of hallux rigidus" – Shankar NS.  Foot & Ankle Int. 1995;16(8):487-91
  7. “Maquet’s High Tibial osteotomy for Unicompartmental Osteoarthritis” – Nanu AM, Shankar NS, Roysam GS.  J Ind Orth Association. 1997:Vol 11;55-57
  8.  "Clinical Results of Keller's Arthroplasty " – Prasad MG, Shankar NS. The Foot. 1998:8;223-225.
  9.  “Primary osteoarthritis and Dysplasia of the Hip – a correlation”.  SAARC conference, 9-11 March 2000, New Delhi, published as Abstract in Indian Orthopaedic Journal., 2001
  10. Advantages of Minimally Invasive Total Knee Surgical Approaches.  Shankar NS.  Europ Orth Prod News. 2005; April;34-35.
  11. Minimally invasive technique in total knee arthroplasty – History, tips,tricks and pitfalls.  Shankar NS, Injury. 2006;37S:25-30.
  12. Revision Total Knee Replacement using Radial Impaction grafting technique: Pullagura M, Shankar NS, Podium presentation at EFFORT Congress, 12 May 2007, Published as Abstract in JBJS Supplement, 2008.
  13. Surgical approach in Minimal invasive knee Arthroplasty surgery – going southern (sub-vastus) makes life easy: JW van Ommeren, Shankar NS,  Poster presentation at ISAKOS Congress, Florence, 27th May 2007, published as Abstract in the Journal, 2007.
  14. Minimally Invasive Surgery – Technique, Learning curve and pitfalls.  Shankar NS, JW van Ommeren, Presentation at ISAKOS Congress, Florence, 27th May 2007, published as Abstract in the journal, 2007.
  15. Dall-Miles plate and cables without bone graft in peri-prosthetic fractures of the hip – A review of 17 cases.  Rajeev AS, Mani J, Shankar NS,  Presented at the British Trauma Society, Nottingham, October 2007.
  16. Rapid Recovery Programme – Setting up of the programme in a District General Hospital: Batey S, Atkinson S, Shankar NS, Invited article by Health Services Journal, October 2007
  17. Revision Total Hip Replacement with allograft using Radial Impaction grafting technique. Kakwani R, Tate T, Kashyap SN, Poster presentation at British Hip Society, Feb 2008, published as Abstract in JBJS 2008 Supplement.
  18. Minimally Invasive surgical technique in total knee Arthroplasty – a learning curve. Kashyap SN, Ommeren van JW, Journal of Surgical Innovations, May 2008
  19. Dall-Miles plate and cables without bone graft in peri-prosthetic fractures of the hip – A review of 17 cases. Rajeev AS, Mani J, Shankar NS,  Injury, March 2008.
  20. Comparative analysis of High Tibial osteotomy and Unicompartmental knee arthroplasty. Kashyap SN, Roysam GS, Nanu AM. Poster presentation at ESSKA congress, May 2008, Abstract in the KSSTA Journal , 2008.
  21. Problems encountered with Less Invasive knee arthroplasty by high volume and teaching surgeons (Vienna anatomical specimen teaching centre), van Ommeren JW, S N Kashyap, Poster presentation ESSKA congress, May 2008, published as Abstract in KSSTA Journal 2008.
  22. Clinical experience with less invasive surgery techniques in total knee arthroplasty: a comparative study. Kashyap SN, Ommeren van JW,  Knee Surgery, Sports Traumatology, Arthroscopy (523), May 2008
  23. Clinical Outcome of Alumina Ceramic Total Hip Replacement. Three to Seven Years Follow-up Study.  M AlNaib, D Bhaskar, S Kashyap, Podium presentation at SICOT, August 2008
  24. Radial Impaction bone grafting and collared long stem prosthesis for Paprosky Type II & II femoral defects, RG Kakwani, MA Saqib, R Tate, SN Kashyap, Poster presentation at British Hip Society, February 2008. Abstract in JBJS supplement 2008.
  25. A FUNCTIONAL OUTCOME OF FRAGILITY FRACTURES OF ANKLE TREATED WITH FIBULAR LOCKING NAIL,  Rajeev A, Senivarathne, S, Kashyap SN, Poster Presentation at the BOFAS meeting , 19-21 November 2008.  Abstract in JBJS Supplement, 2009.
  26. Radial Impaction bone grafting and collared long stem prosthesis for Paprosky Type II & II femoral defects, RG Kakwani, MA Saqib, R Tate, SN Kashyap, Poster presentation at AAOS annual meeting, San Fransisco, February 2009.  Abstract in the Journal of AAOS Supplement, 2009.