• Brief Profile

    Mr Jitendra Mangwani is a Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon at University Hospitals of Leicester,UK. He specialises in the management of foot and ankle injuries and deformity correction. He did his MBBS (Gold Medalist) from SN Medical College, Agra and obtained post-graduate degree (MS ortho) from Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi University. Subsequently, he worked as a senior resident in casualty and orthopaedics department at AIIMS. To further his career in orthopaedics, he went to the UK in 2001.  He completed his orthopaedic higher surgical training on the North East Thames rotation, London. He successfully obtained FRCS (Tr&Orth) in 2010. To complement his higher orthopaedic training, he undertook two years of specialist training in foot and ankle surgery including a travelling fellowship in Amsterdam.

    Mr Mangwani is keen on academics including research, audit and teaching and is an ATLS (Advanced Trauma Life Support) instructor. He is actively involved in both undergraduate and postgraduate medical education, and is regularly invited as a faculty member to national and international courses and conferences. He is a member of the editorial board of World Journal of Orthopaedics and is a regular reviewer for The Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery (Br) and Indian Journal of Orthopaedics. He has published numerous articles in peer reviewed journals.

    Mr Mangwani sees patients for a wide variety of foot and ankle problems and surgery including bunion correction, hallux rigidus, hammer and claw toes, rheumatoid foot , tendon surgery including tibialis posterior, achilles tendon and peroneal tendon, sports injuries, midfoot and hindfoot fusions, arthroscopic ankle surgery including ankle fusion and posterior ankle arthroscopy, total ankle replacement. 

    Mr Mangwani is married to a General Practitioner and has a young family. Away from work he enjoys swimming, playing badminton, travelling and spending time with his family.

Questions Answered by me

The burning sensation in the thigh could be a localised compression of the nerve (meralgia paresthetica) as well as nerve compression in the back...

Answered on : 20 Jul 2009

Burning type right-sided lower limb pain of recent onset. This type of pain (burning pain radiating down to the foot) fits into the category of...

Answered on : 01 Jul 2009

The two most likely causes of multiple joint pains in this age group are either degenerative (wear and tear) or inflammatory (such as Rheumatoid...

Answered on : 10 Jun 2009

My opinion is based on the information you have provided in the e-mail. From the long history, it sounds like you have a mechanical back pain,...

Answered on : 12 May 2009
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