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Leicester Shoulder Unit

Leicester Shoulder Unit offers diagnosis and treatment based on the latest best practise evidence and perform established surgical techniques including keyhole surgery, joint replacements, rotator cuff repairs and fracture fixations. We are supported in advanced diagnostic techniques by a team of expert radiologists. Our teams of anaesthetists are proficient in using regional anaesthetic techniques for Awake Upper limb surgery facilitating smoother and early recovery during operations.

Leicester Shoulder ClinicWe comprise a team of highly experienced Consultants, anaesthetists, radiologists and Specialist Physiotherapists, amounting to breadth of expertise in resolving shoulder and elbow problems. As part of the Leicester hospitals, our purpose is to provide ‘Caring at its best’ and our staff have helped us create a set of values that embody who we are and what we’re here to do. We are one team and we are best when we work together.

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Meet The Team

There are currently eight members in the team. Please use the ( > )arrow to the right of the top team picture to navigate through our team page.

 

Harvinder Singh

Harvinder Singh

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

Mr. Harvinder Singh is a Consultant Orthopaedic Surgeon with University Hospitals of Leicester NHS trust. After completing his primary medical qualification and Master’s degree in Orthopaedics from India, he undertook higher surgical training in Orthopaedics from Leicester (East midlands south rotation).

He completed an Upper Limb Fellowship in Wrightington and Royal Northshore Hospital, Sydney, Australia and returned to Leicester as Upper Limb Orthopaedic Consultant. His interests include shoulder (osteoarthritis, impingement syndrome, rotator cuff pathology and unstable shoulder), elbow (arthritis and instability) and hand and wrist disorders. He works with a team of anaesthetic and orthopaedics surgery colleagues promoting Awake upper limb surgery.

Mr. Singh has a PhD in Health Sciences from University of Leicester and continues to participate in research collaborations on a local, national and international level. He is committed to continuing development of his professional and academic career and has published articles in Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Bone and Joint Journal, Shoulder and Elbow, Journal of Hand Surgery (American) and Journal of Hand Surgery (European). He has completed collaborative projects with research units in Netherlands and Australia.

Mr. Singh has completed a number of travelling fellowships with Royal College of Surgeons of England, British Orthopaedic Association, British Hand Society, European Hand Society and has recently been awarded a prestigious British Elbow and Shoulder society fellowship and Esska Alwin Jager Senior Fellowship.

Amit Modi

Amit Modi

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

MBBS, MS(ORTH), DNB(ORTH), MSC(ORTH, LONDON), FRCS(TRAUMA & ORTH)

Mr Modi was appointed as Consultant at University Hospitals of Leicester NHS Trust in 2006

Mr Modi has a strong orthopaedic background having trained in India and the UK. After completion of his higher surgical training on the North West Thames orthopaedic rotation, Mr Modi obtained his Fellowship training in Shoulder and Elbow sugery at the Nottingham shoulder and elbow unit with Prof. W A Wallace and Lars Neumann. He worked as Consultant at St Mary’s Hospital  and Charing Cross Hospital, London before taking up his current post. He regularly lectures and conducts shoulder Trauma workhops overseas.

As a Shoulder and Elbow surgeon he deals with all problems related to these joints. He has a special interest in reconstruction of the rotator cuff with a Graft Jacket (for which he has surgeon visitations), shoulder arthroplasty and shoulder trauma.

Alison Armstrong

Alison Armstrong

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

Alison Armstrong was appointed Consultant Upper Limb Orthopaedic and Trauma Surgeon in Leicester in 1997 following clinical training in Nottingham and Derby. She also obtained a Doctor of Medicine for osteoporosis research from Nottingham. She has a wide experience of shoulder and elbow surgery(open and Arthroscopic) in both Trauma and Elective work. Special interests are: the sternoclavicular joint, the teenage unstable shoulder, managing the complications of trauma and managing acute cuff tears.

Miss Armstrong is the Research Lead for the department encouraging and coordinating research particularly multicentre studies. She is currently a coapplicant for the UKFROST study on Frozen shoulders and the Site investigator for Fracture Free (osteoporosis study).

Miss Armstrong is a Hon Senior lecturer in Medical Education, an FRCS Orth examiner and a member of the Elbow and Shoulder Society Education committee (2008-2016).

Miss Armstrong was also Chairman of the National Orthopaedic Directors Society (2008-10) and on the Professional Practice Committee of the British Orthopaedic Association (2012-15).

Miss Armstrong was Head of Service for the Leicester Department of orthopaedics 2001-5.

As Senior British Elbow and Shoulder Society Fellow 2007 she travelled to CapeTown and the Mayo clinic to see Shoulder and Elbow surgery. She won the BESS CPD award 2014-5 to enable travel to conferences abroad.

Radhakant Pandey

Radhakant Pandey

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

Mr Pandey was trained in trauma and orthopaedics at Oxford and London. His main interests are in sports medicine, upper limb surgery, joint arthroplasty and foot and ankle surgery. He is a specialist in shoulder and elbow surgery and is proficient in arthroscopic (keyhole) and rotator cuff repair and shoulder stabilisation.

Mr Pandey has the following additional qualifications: Diploma in Sports Medicine and Intercollegiate Board in Trauma and Orthopaedics. He has also completed a Fellowship in upper limb surgery.

Mr Pandey is particularly interested in keyhole surgery of the shoulder, elbow, knee and ankle. He has considerable experience in joint replacement surgery and has been involved in extensive research involving prosthetic loosening. Mr Pandey is a keen cricket and tennis player and actively follows athletics, rugby and football. His other interests include travelling and going to the theatre.

Graham Taylor

Graham Taylor

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

SPECIALITIES Orthopaedics, Shoulder, Joint Replacement, Foot Ankle and Lower Limb

Mr Taylor qualified in 1986 in Bristol.

Mr Taylor has a special interest in shoulder surgery and conditions as well as trauma and paediatric orthopaedics.

Mr Taylor completed a paediatric fellowship in Dallas 1996 and has been working in the Trust since 1991.

Kevin Boyd

Kevin Boyd

CONSULTANT ORTHOPAEDIC SURGEON

Kevin Boyd is a Consultant Orthopaedic & Sports Injury Surgeon at the University Hospitals of Leicester. He was appointed in 2003 after training in Newcastle-upon-Tyne, Nottingham and Brisbane, Australia, where he undertook a senior clinical fellowship in Sports Orthopaedics and Knee Surgery. He is a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England and Fellow of the Faculty of Sport & Exercise Medicine of the United Kingdom. He specialises in knee, shoulder and foot & ankle problems including surgery for overuse syndromes. He leads Leicester’s multidisciplinary exercise related lower limb pain service. He has active roles in research, teaching and examining, both locally and internationally. Currently, he is Deputy Clinical Director for Musculoskeletal and Specialist Surgery Clinical Management Group within the Trust. He has worked within the Department of Sport & Exercise Medicine since 2006 and was Head of Service from 2008-2013. He is the Chairman of the British Swimming Sports Medicine Committee and has been a member of the FINA Sports Medicine Committee with roles at World Aquatics Championships and Olympic Games since 2010.

Helen Fort

Helen Fort

Physiotherapy Team

Helen qualified from Liverpool University Hospital College in 1990 and has been working within the University Hospitals of Leicester since this time. She has been practising as an ESP ( Extended Scope Physiotherapist) within the Emergency department and Orthopaedics since 2004.

Helen currently works both within the Emergency Department minor injuries unit and elective Orthopaedic Shoulder and Elbow clinics and has completed the post graduate Injection therapy module.
Helen has a special interest in the improvement and development of clinical services and care pathways for patients presenting with acute shoulder injuries in the Emergency Department setting, particularly injuries related to the rotator cuff and first time shoulder dislocations. She uses this experience to develop her clinical interest in the rehabilitation of these patients. Interests being rotator cuff dysfunction, gleno-humeral instability and the adolescent unstable shoulder. She clinically supports the paediatric musculoskeletal Physiotherapy team.

She has a keen interest in research and audit, being currently involved in studies regarding identification of acute large rotator cuff tear injuries and improvement of patient care pathways. This is includes both conservative and surgical options of management. Findings of the above studies have been presented nationally and now being used to support service development and research in this area.

Helen Tunnicliffe

Helen Tunnicliffe

Physiotherapy Team

Helen qualified from University of Coventry in 2002, and has been working in Leicester since 2004.  She completed a post graduate MSc in 2009, and has also completed post graduate injection therapy training. She is also a BAHT accredited therapist.

Helen has a special interest in shoulders and hands, and works closely with the surgeons and therapists in UHL. She works as an extended scope practitioner in elective orthopaedic shoulder and hand clinics, and also treats a complex case load of shoulder and hand patients. She has a special interest in the unstable, hypermobile shoulder, post operative therapy and complex hands.

Helen has a keen interest in research and audit and is actively involved in local and national trials in order to develop future practice.

Rhea Langeweld

Rhea Langeweld

Research Assistant

Rhea Langeweld is the teams research assistant

Leicester Shoulder Unit

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  • Job Title: FELLOWSHIP IN SHOULDER AND ELBOW SURGERY
  • Grade: Specialist Registrar (MN25)
  • Location: This post will be based at Leicester General and Leicester Royal Infirmary Hospitals at the UHL Trust.
  • Accountable to: Divisional Director of Planned Care
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Training & Teaching

We offer diagnosis and treatment based on the latest best practise evidence and perform established surgical techniques including keyhole surgery, joint replacements, rotator cuff repairs and fracture fixations. We are supported in advanced diagnostic techniques by a team of expert radiologists. Our teams of anaesthetists are proficient in using regional anaesthetic techniques for Awake Upper limb surgery facilitating smoother and early recovery during operations.

Our shoulder trauma symposium is well established and into it’s eight year and is run by senior surgeons in the Leicester Shoulder and Elbow Unit and attracts faculty from all over the world. It provides an overview on the current management of shoulder trauma to address the problems encountered in everyday management of fractures around the shoulder and provide delegates the opportunity to share the views and experience of leaders in the field.

Patient Information & Physiotherapy

Patient Information

To aid our patients with information on helping you understand how we diagnose your condition, your operation, things for you to consider, keys to a successful operation, your preparation, the risks, exercises, your  progression throughout your treatment and various other aspects of your procedure, we are putting together a new Patient Information page that we are populating with useful downloads and leaflets..  To be redirect to the page for further information and leaflet downloads, please click the link below.

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Physiotherapy Introduction

Physiotherapy is highly successful in treating many shoulder conditions, improving pain and function levels, and avoiding surgery in many cases.

Physiotherapy helps people suffering with upper limb conditions and post injury through movement and exercise, manual therapy, education and advice. It is an evidence and science based profession, which puts the patient at the core through education, awareness, empowerment and participation in their treatment.

It is also imperative in post-operative care to help restore movement, strength and function,

For further information on conditions and exercises you can carry out in PDF format, please click this link –

Physiotherapy Conditions & Exercises Page 

Courses & Events

Our next course is being put together. CME points are applied for and Certificates are issued at the end of the course.

Our last course was held on 05th May 2017 and was our 8th Leicester Shoulder Trauma Symposium

Course Objectives:

A one day meeting intended to provide an overview on dealing with complications encountered in everyday management of fractures around the shoulder. It will provide delegates the opportunity to share the views and experience of leaders in the field.

The course is aimed at all Orthopaedic Surgeons having an interest in managing shoulder trauma.

The course will be in the form of interactive lectures with tips on practical management by experts in the field. There will be ample time for discussions and addressing problems and pitfalls encountered in practical management.

Responding to feedback received from our previous meetings, 2 hours have been devoted for workshops and bring your cases.

8th Leicester Shoulder Trauma Symposium Course Images:Leicester Shoulder Unit

Publications

Below in chronological order a list of publications from the Leicester Shoulder Unit.  The list can also be downloaded in PDF format here: LSU Publications in PDF format

  1. Book Chapter. An Orthopaedics Guide for Today’s GP. Chapter on Shoulder problems.  2017 ISBN 9781138048928 – CAT# K33060 to be published mid June 2017.
  2. Dauncey T, Singh HP and Dias JJ. Electrogoniometer measurement and directional analysis of wrist angles and movements during the sollerman hand function test. J Hand Therapy. 2017.
  3. Singh HP, Bhattacharjee D, Dias JJ and Trail I. Dynamic assessment of the wrist after total wrist arthroplasty. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2017: 1753193417690472.
  4. Brinkhorst ME, Singh HP, Dias JJ, Feitz R and Hovius SE. Comparison of activities of daily living after proximal row carpectomy or wrist four-corner fusion. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2016.
  5. Mehta S, Singh HP and Dias JJ. Effect of patient safety incident review and reflection in an extended morbidity and mortality meeting. Int J Risk Saf Med. 2016, 28: 65-75.
  6. Invited Article. Armstrong AL. Sternoclavicular Disorders. Journal of Orthopaedics and Trauma. 2016. DOI: http://dx.doi.org/ 10.1016/ j.mporth. 2016.04.001.
  7. Tunnicliffe H, Armstrong AL The management of chronic anterior sternoclavicular joint instability. Abstract Shoulder and Elbow 2015; 7(4): 326.
  8. Rangan A, Handoll H, Brearly S et al for the ProFHER Trial collaborators (ALA is one). Surgical vs Nonsurgical Treatment of Adults with Displaced Fractures of the Proximal Humeral.  The PROFHER randomised Clinical Trial. JAMA 2015 313(10): 1037-1047.
  9. Invited article – the Diagnosis and clinical assessment of a Stiff Shoulder. Shoulder and Elbow 2015, vol 7(2) 128-134.
  10. Fort H, Wood R, Rennie W and Armstrong A. Can extended scope physiotherapists (ESP’s) in an acute soft tissue Injury review clinic identify large rotator cuff tears and improve the care pathway management for patients? Shoulder and Elbow. 2015; 6(4) 318.
  11. Al-Sukaini, HP Singh, J Dias. Extrinsic versus intrinsic hand muscle dominance in finger flexion. Accepted for publication Journal of Hand Surgery (European)
  12. Trist ND, Tonkin MA, van der Spuy DJ, Yoon A, Singh HP, Lawson RD. Stability of the Basal Joints of the New Thumb After Pollicization for Thumb Hypoplasia. J Hand Surg Am. 2015 Jul; 40(7): 1318-26.
  13. Singh HP, Durani P, Dias JJ. Enhanced Morbidity and Mortality Meeting and Patient Safety Education for Specialty Trainees. J Patient Safety. 2015 Jun 22.
  14. Singh HP, Joseph J. Dias, Joideep Phadnis, Gregory Bain. Comparison of the Clinical and Functional Outcomes Following 3- and 4-Corner Fusions. The Journal of hand surgery 04, 2015; 40(6).
  15. Patel V, Chau R, Thomas C, Fort H, Wood R, Modi A, Pandey R, Armstrong A. The assessment of outcome of early versus late rotator cuff repair for traumatic cuff tears.  Abstract, Shoulder and Elbow.  2015; 7(4): 312.
  16. Singh HP, Michelle E Brinkhorst, Joseph J Dias, Thybout Moojen, Steven Hovius, Bhaskar Bhowal. Dynamic assessment of wrist after proximal row carpectomy and 4-corner fusion. The Journal Of Hand Surgery 12/2014; 39(12): 2424-33.
  17. Singh HP, Mehta SS, Pandey R. A preoperative scoring system to select patients for arthroscopic subacromial decompression. J Shoulder Elbow Surg 2014 Sep; 23(9): 1251-6.
  18. Mehta SS, Singh HP, Pandey R. Comparative outcome of arthroscopic release for frozen shoulder in patients with and without diabetes. Bone Joint J. 2014 Oct; 96-B (10): 1355-8
  19. Sameer K Khan, HP Singh, and C Markillie. Partial evacuation of the fracture haematoma does not potentiate the analgesic effect of infiltrated local anaesthetic in the manipulation of distal radius fractures. Trauma January 2014 16: 41-44.
  20. HP Singh, Dias JJ, Thompson JR. Timed Sollerman hand function test for analysis of hand function in normal volunteers. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2014 Feb 24.
  21. J J Dias, HP Singh, Mr. A Ullah, Mr. B Bhowal, J. Thompson. Recurrence after Dupuytren’s disease: Is there a pattern? J Hand Surg Am. 2013 Oct; 38(10): 1987-93.
  22. Armstrong AL. An unusual case of recurrent bruising around the shoulder. Shoulder and Elbow. 2013, 5: 106-7.
  23. Bone ME, Armstrong A, Bashir I, Haynes J. Thermal Radiofrequency Denervation of the Suprascapular Nerve for Chronic Shoulder Pain. Shoulder and Elbow 2013: 5; 226-30.
  24. A Modi, HP Singh, R Pandey, A Armstrong. Management of irreparable rotator cuff tears with the GraftJacket allograft as an interpositional graft. Shoulder & Elbow. 2013; 5(3): 188–194.
  25. HP Singh, JJ Dias, H Slijper, S Hovius. Assessment of velocity, range, and smoothness of wrist circumduction using flexible electrogoniometry. J Hand Surg Am 2012; 37(11):2331-9.
  26. P Durani, JJ Dias, HP Singh, N Taub. Junior Doctors and Patient Safety: Evaluating Knowledge, Attitudes and Perception of Safety. BMJ Qual Saf. 2012 Aug 10.
  27. R Singh, D Bryson, HP Singh, K Jeyapalan, JJ Dias. High-resolution ultrasonography in assessment of nail-related disorders. Skeletal Radiol. 2012 Sep; 41(10): 1251-61.
  28. S Magaji, HP Singh, R Pandey. ‘Is arthroscopic subacromial decompression (ASAD) an effective intervention in patients with shoulder impingement syndrome?’ J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2012 Aug; 94(8): 1086-9
  29. N Eastley, HP Singh, JJ Dias. Union rates following proximal scaphoid fractures; meta-analyses and review of available evidence. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2012 Jun 26.
  30. HP Singh, N Taub, JJ Dias. Management of Displaced fractures of the waist of the Scaphoid: Meta-analyses of comparative studies. Injury; 2012, 02.012
  31. JJ Dias, H P Singh, J R Thompson. Grip strength characteristics using Force-time curves in Rheumatoid Hands. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2012 Feb 22.
  32. Singh HP, Peek A, Bloch B, Barrington R. Who Should Look After Head Injuries? Training Issues in District General Hospitals. Bulletin of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Volume 94, Number 7, July 2012, pp. 1-3(3)
  33. Arthroscopic subacromial decompression is effective in selected patients with shoulder impingement syndrome. Magaji SA, Singh HP, Pandey R. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2012 Aug; 94(8): 1086-9.
  34. Modification of the Resch procedure: a new technique and its results in managing three- and four-part proximal humeral fractures. Roberts V, Komarasamy B, Pandey R. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2012 Oct; 94(10): 1409-13.
  35. Singh HP, Dias JJ. Surface replacement arthroplasty of the proximal interphalangeal and metacarpophalangeal joints: The current state. Indian J Plast Surg. 2011 May; 44(2): 317.
  36. Dias JJ, Singh HP. Displaced fracture of the waist of the scaphoid. J Bone Joint Surg Br. 2011; 93(11): 1433-9.
  37. HP Singh, JJ Dias. Scaphoid fracture JBJS (Br) Focus On section JBJS Online Website 2011.
  38. Armstrong AL. A Study of clinical outcome of Manipulation under Anaesthetic and Steroid Injection as Treatment for frozen shoulder and a cost analysis.  Shoulder and Elbow 2011; 3: 267.
  39. Impact of organisational changes on fracture neck of femur management: Mallick Emad, Gulihar Abhinav, Taylor Grahame, Furlong Andrew, Pandey Radhakant. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, Volume 93, Number 1, January 2011, pp. 61-66(6).
  40. Factors influencing mortality in patients on antiplatelet agents presenting with proximal femoral fractures. Rohit Maheshwari, Mehool Acharya, Maureen Monda, Radhakant Pandey. Journal of Orthopaedic Surgery 2011; 19(3): 314-6
  41. Reddy VR, Okoro T, Rennie W, Modi,A. Coracoid Impingement treated with corrective osteotomy. Shoulder and Elbow 2010; 2:103-106.
  42. Cost-effectiveness of open versus arthroscopic rotator cuff repair: Deepthi N. Adla, Mark Rowsell, and Radhakant Pandey. Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery, Volume 19, Issue 2, March 2010, Pages 258-261.
  43. Sherif I, Danial I, Modi, A. Isolated posterior elbow dislocation in a one-year-old child.  Acta Orthop. Belg., 2009; 75: 133-135.
  44. Dias J, Smith M, Singh HP, Ullah AS. The Working Space of the Hand in Rheumatoid Arthritis – its Impact on Disability. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2009 May 27.
  45. Angiosarcoma around a revision total hip arthroplasty and review of literature: J. Arthroplasty (Feb.2009) vol.24 issue 2, 323.
  46. Clinical out come of arthroscopic anterior stabilisation of shoulder using absorbable knotless suture anchor. N. Adla, S. Shukla, R. Pandey. J Bone Joint Surg. March 2009; 91-B: (Abstract) supp. 118.
  47. Incidence of MRSA surgical-site infection in MRSA carriers in an orthopaedic trauma unit. S. Shukla, M. Nixon, M. Acharya, M. T. Korim, R. Pandey. J Bone and Joint Surg – Br., Feb. 2009, Vol. 91-B, Issue 2, 225-228.
  48. Handoll H, Brealey S, Rangan A, Torgerson D, Dennis L, Armstrong A, et al. Protocol for the ProFHER (PROximial fracture of the Humerus: Evaluation by Randomisation) trial: a pragmatic multi-centre randomised controlled trial of surgical versus non –surgical treatment for proximal fracture of the humerus in adults.  BMC Musculoskeletal Disorders 2009, 10: 140.
  49. Forward DP, Singh HP, Dawson S, Davis TR. The clinical outcome of scaphoid fracture malunion at 1 year. J Hand Surg Eur Vol. 2009 Feb; 34(1): 40-6.
  50. Armstrong AL, Dias JJ. Reconstruction for instability of the sternoclavicular joint using the tendon of the sternocleidomastoid muscle JBJS (Br) 2008; 90-B: 10-13.
  51. Bashir I, Bone ME, Armstrong AL, Haynes JJ. Radiofrequency Rhizolysis to the suprascapular nerve for chronic shoulder pain. JBJS (Br) 2008; 90-B: Suppl II: 351.
  52. Mallick A, Hearth M, Singh S, Pandey R: Modified rush pin technique for two- or three-part proximal humeral fractures. J Orthop Surg (Hong Kong); 2008 Dec; 16(3): 285-9
  53. Rosenberg N, Neumann L, Modi, A, Mersich I, Wallace WA. Improvement in survival of the uncemented Nottingham Total Shoulder prosthesis: a prospective comparative study, BMC Musculoskeletal disorders 2007; 8: 76.
  54. Concomitant talar neck fracture and Achilles tendon rupture. The Journal of Foot and Ankle Surgery, p188-191, vol 46(3), May/June 2007.
  55. HP Singh, TRC Davis. The Effect of short-term dependency and immobility on Skin Temperature and Colour in the Hand. Journal of Hand Surg [Br]. 2006 Dec; 31(6): 611-615.
  56. Different methods of treatment of distal biceps repair- A comparative study–- B Komarasamy, AL Armstrong, R Pandey, B Bhowal. European Journal of Trauma, supplement 1, Vol-32, April 2006.
  57. HP Singh, D Forward, T R C Davis, JA Oni, JS Dawson, N Downing. Partial Union in Acute Scaphoid fractures. Journal of Hand Surg [Br]. 2005 Oct; 30(5): 440-445, CITATION IN CAMBELLS ORTHOPAEDICS
  58. Grant AM et al. The Record Trial Group. Oral vitamin D3 and Calcium for secondary prevention of low trauma fractures in elderly people (Randomised Evaluation of Calcium or Vitamin D, RECORD).   A randomised placebo controlled trial.  Lancet 2005; 365 (9471): 1621-81. May 11-13.  (A L Armstrong a member of the RECORD trial group).
  59. HP Singh, N Downing. Empty toe-A case report. The Foot, 2005 June, 15(2), 114-116
  60. SM Sarasin, MJ Walton, HP Singh, V Owen, DI Clark. Can we predict urinary retention following lower limb Arthroplasty? : A prospective observational study. Annals of The Royal College of Surgeons of England, 2006 July, 88(4), 394-398
  61. HP Singh, R Parameswaran, S. Apsingi, J.Kaur. Enhancing training opportunities under the New Deal: a trainee’s perspective. BMJ Career Focus 2005; 331: 211-212
  62. Acute calcific tendinitis mimicking patella tendon rupture: a case report. Dey, S.P. Godsiff and R. Pandey. Injury Extra Volume 35, Issue 12, December 2004, Pages 104-107.
  63. Selvarajan K, Vadivelu R and Armstrong A L. A painful swollen hand.  Postgraduate Medical Journal June 2004; 80 (944): 369-371.
  64. S Sangwan, R C Siwach, R Singh, H P Singh. Leeds Procedure- A treatment modality for scoliosis. Indian Journal of Medical Sciences, 2002 May, 56(5), 126-129.
  65. Operative management of acetabular fractures Oxford. Deo S, Tavares S, Pandey R, El Saied, Willett K, Worlock P. Injury 2001; 32(7): 581-6.
  66. Histological and Microbiological findings in non-infected and infected revision arthroplasty tissue. Pandey R, Berendt AR, Athanasou NA 2000; 120(10): 570 Arch Orthop Trauma Surg.
  67. An assessment of the histological criteria used to diagnose infection in hip revision arthroplasty tissues. Pandey R, Drakoulakis E, Athanasou NA. J Clin Pathol 1999; 52: 118-123.
  68. Pyoderma Gangrenosum. A diagnosis not to be missed. Co-author of a case report published in J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 1999:81-B; 893-4
  69. Operative management of acetabular fractures: A U.K. perspective. Deo S, Tavares S, Pandey R, El Saied, Willett K, Worlock P. J Bone Joint Surg 1999; 81-B: (Abstract) supp III 290.
  70. The role of MRI in the diagnosis of occult fractures of the hips. Pandey R, Ali. A, McNally E, Bulstrode C. Injury, 1998, vol. 29, No.1, 61-63. Also selected for publication in the ‘Year book of Orthopaedics’ for the year 1999.
  71. The role of intraoperative frozen section in the revision arthroplasties. Letter to the editor, published in J Bone Joint Surg (Am) 79-A (9) 1997,1433.
  72. Diagnosis and management of infected Total Knee replacement. Simpson AHRW, Pandey R, Shetty V, Atkins B, Berendt A, Mclardy Smith p, Athanasou NA. J Bone Joint Surgery (1997) (Abstract) 79B- suppl, 144.
  73. Bisphosphonate inhibition of bone resorption induced by particulate biomaterial-associated macrophages. Pandey R, Quinn J, Sabokbar A, Athanasou NA, Acta Ortho Scand 1996; 67(3): 221.
  74. The role of high tibial osteotomy in the treatment of medial gonarthrosis. A comparative study between patients below and above 50 years. The Journal of Orthopaedics (Journal of the Western Orthopaedics Association, Hong Kong). Vol.4, No.1 1996:41.
  75. Armstrong A L, Frostick S P and Wallace W A. The management of locked traumatic posterior shoulder dislocations.  Journal of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (Abstract) 1996; 5(2).
  76. Armstrong A L, Oborne J, Coupland C A C, Macpherson M B. Bassey E J and Wallace W A. A Study of the effects of hormone replacement therapy (HRT) on muscle performance and balance in post-menopausal women.  Clinical Science 1996; 91:685-690.
  77. Ultrasonically driven tools in revision arthroplasty. A case report of a complication. de Steiger R, Pandey R, Mclardy, Smith P. J Arthroplasty 1996; 11(1):120.
  78. Arthroplasty implant biomaterial particle-associated macrophages differentiate into lacunar bone resorbing cells. Pandey R, Quinn J, Joyner C, Murray D, Triffet J, Athanasou NA. Ann Rheum. Dis 1996; 55(6): 388.
  79. Armstrong A L, Hunter J B and Davis T R C. The prevalence of degenerative arthritis of the base of the thumb in post-menopausal women – extended abstract.  Menopause Digest 1995; 4:31-32.
  80. Diagnosis of infection by frozen section during revision arthroplasty. Athansou NA, Pandey R, de Steiger R, Crook D, Mclardy Smith P, J Bone Joint Surg (1995) 77B: 1; 28-33. Also published in the ‘Year book of Orthopaedics’ for that year.
  81. In vitro models of osteolysis of aseptic loosening. Sabokbar A, Pandey R, Quinn J, Athanasou NA. (Abstract) J Pathol. 175: 159A. 1995.
  82. Particles of biomaterials recruit macrophages which can differentiate into bone resorbing cells. Pandey R, Quinn J, Joyner C, Murray D, Triffet J, Athanasou NA. Advances in material science and implant orthopaedic surgery. NATO ASI series E: applied sciences- vol 294,13. 1995.
  83. Callus distraction in Ollier’s disease. A case report. Pandey R, White S, Kenwright J. Acta Orthop Scand 1995; 66 (5): 479.
  84. Biomaterial wear-induced foreign body macrophages are capable of bone resorption in vitro. Pandey R, Quinn J, Sabokbar A, Athanasou NA. J Bone Joint Surg 1995; 77-B: (Abstract) supp III, 325.
  85. Does electric charge play a role in osteoclast generation and bone resorption in vitro. Sabokbar A, Pandey R, Quinn J, Athanasou NA. J Bone Joint Surg 1995; 77-B: (Abstract) supp III 321.
  86. Value of per-operative frozen section diagnosis of infection in revision arthroplasty. Pandey R, Athanasou NA, de Steiger R, Crook D, Mclardy Smith P, J Bone Joint Surg 1995; 77-B: (Abstract) supp III 264.
  87. Armstrong A L, Coupland C A C, Pye D W and Wallace W A. A Study of the Effects of Hormone Replacement Therapy (HRT) on bone density, strength and balance in postmenopausal women.    1994; 76B (Suppl 1): 42.
  88. Osteochondroma of talus in a 50-year-old lady. Gaur S. Pandey R, The Journal of Orthopaedics, Journal of the Western Pacific Orthopaedic Association vol.2, No.1: 115, April 1994.
  89. Armstrong A L, Hunter J B and Davis T R C. The prevalence of degenerative arthritis of the base of the thumb in postmenopausal women.  J Hand Surgery 1994; 19B: 340-341.
  90. Armstrong A L and Wallace W A. Epidemiology of hip fractures and methods of prevention.  Acta Orthopaedica Belgica. 1994; 60 suppl 1: 85-101.
  91. Bisphosphonate inhibition of bone resorption by monocyte/macrophages derived osteoclastic cells. Quinn J, Pandey R, Athanasou NA. (Abstract) J Bone Mineral Res 9: S364. 1994.
  92. Leg lengthening by callotasis in rabbits: A study of the callus and factors affecting union. Pandey R, Mohanty P, Veliath A, Indian J Ortho (1993) 22(2); 105.

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Our contact informaiton can be found below.  If you use email, you should hear back from us within 48 hours.  If you do not, may we please ask that you contact us on the telephone number below and ask to speak with Rhea Laneveld.

Leicester General Hospital
Gwendolen Road,
Leicester
LE5 4PW 
Phone: 0300 303 1573
Email: upperlimbscores@uhl-tr.nhs.uk

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