Mr Tarique Parwez MBBS, FRCS, Diploma Orth Engineering, FRCS(Tr&Orth)Consultant Trauma & Orthopaedic Surgeon
Mr Parwez is an experienced High Volume Hip, Knee Arthroplasty and Knee sports Surgeon practicing for over 15 years as a Consultant and having done two fellowships with a very satisfactory outcome and patient satisfaction as evidenced by his NJR, PROM and Annual appraisal reports . He completed basic surgical training rotation at Aberdeen Hospital, Scotland and successfully passed the FRCS Ed in 1996. Mr Parwez completed the West Midlands Trauma and Orthopedics Higher Surgical rotation (1998-2004), during which time he completed a 2-year part time Diploma in Orthopaedic Engineering from Cardiff University (2001). He completed his FRCS (Trauma and Orthopaedics) in 2002 and has undertaken two fellowship post , a Lower Limb Arthroplasty fellowship (Wests Suffolk Hospital 2004-2005 and a Knee Soft tissue and Arthroplasty fellowship at Avon Orthopaedic Centre, Southmead Hospital, Bristol 2009-2010 , with two consultants covering the full spectrum of Knee Surgery including Cartilage, soft tissue, ligaments, Partial Knee Replacements, Revision Knee surgery including use of Mega prosthesis. It is one of the two high volume and pioneering centres of Unicompartmental knee replacement in UK and the unit with the maximum volume of Lateral Unicompartmental replacement. His research topic was effect of Age and BMI on the longevity of Unicompartmental Knee Replacement and he presented his findings at the Combined Orthopaedic Meeting in Glasgow 2010.
He has practiced as a Locum Consultant at the Heart of England University Hospital NHS Trust Birmingham 2005-2009). He did Over 200 Total Hip and Total Knee Arthroplasty a year with very satisfactory outcomes.
Mr Parwez has a number of publications and has accumulated vast experience practising within the independent sector at Emerson’s Green NHS Treatment Centre, Bristol 2011-2016. Under his Clinical Leadership (2013-2016), the centre was voted "Best in the west" for total hip replacement in the South West region in 2013 as determined by patient reported outcome measures (PROMS).
He Introduced Partial knee replacement in that unit. It was an elective high volume surgery centre with emphasis on providing a truly patient centred care.
Mr Parwez has done over 2000 THR’s , 2000 TKR’s , over 3000 Knee Arthroscopies and over 200 ACL reconstructions apart from other Surgery since 2002.
More than 1000 Total Hip, over 1000 Total knee Replacements and over 350 Partial Knee replacements are recorded on the National Joint registry with satisfactory outcome. He has done many more since 2002 which did not get recorded on the NJR.
In 2016, he joined Luton and Dunstable University Hospital NHS trust, Bedfordshire as a Consultant in Trauma & Orthopaedics and is Lead for Surgical site infection, Audit, Clinical Governance and co-ordinator of the Lower limb group. He is very passionate about "zero tolerance" in case of prosthetic joint infection amongst other things to achieve an optimal outcome for all his patients.
Mr Parwez is an active listener and believes in true “shared decision” making with his patients. He explains and sets expectations at a realistic achievable level leading to a high percentage of his patients achieving a highly satisfying outcome.
He believe God’s gifted joint is a unique structure and should only be replaced when absolutely necessary . He Aims for joint preserving Surgery , replacing the minimal amount possible to achieve a satisfactory outcome. It’s all the more important with a sporty, active generation and for improving life expectancy.
Mr Parwez keeps his knowledge and skills updated by attending specialist society meetings, conferences, workshops, seminars and discussions with his peers.
He also teaches on registrars training workshop and GP training day's.
Mr Parwez is an avid cricketer and cyclist and member of a Local Bike club and having experienced his fair share of sporting injuries, can empathise with the desire to ‘resume normal service’ without delay. He is married and has two children who help ‘keep him on his toes’.
Areas of Interest
- Arthroscopic Knee Surgery
- Anterior cruciate Ligament Surgery
- MPFL reconstruction
- Posterior Cruciate ligament reconstruction
- Posterolateral corner reconstruction
- Meniscal surgery
- Collateral ligament Reconstruction
- Unicompartmental Knee replacement
- Total Knee Replacement
- Total Hip Replacement
- Consultant Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon- Lower Limb group
- Luton and Dunstable Hospital
- Consultant Orthopaedics and clinical Lead Emerson’s Green NHS Treatment Centre, Bristol 2011-2016.
- Consultant (Locum) Trauma and Orthopaedics , Heart of England University Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham- 2005-2009.
- Improving outcome of Unicompartmental Knee Surgery
- Minimizing Surgical site Infection
- Minimizing Readmission post elective Hip and Knee Surgery
- Improving Patient Satisfaction and outcome.
Cricket, Cycling, DIY around the house, Activity Holidays with my Family, Helping out my kids with their studies and sports.
- Honours in Preventive and Social Medicine
- Special Recognition award for Improving clinical services- Care UK 2014
- “Best in the west” for Total Hip Replacements -2015 according to PROM’s outcome when I was the Clinical Lead for Orthopaedics in Emerson’s Green Hospital , Bristol.
Date of publication: 22/01/2012Journal title:January 2012 .The Bone &Joint Journal 94(21):120Publication title: Early failure of Unicompartmental knee replacement(UKR): The effect of Age and body mass index, an analysis of 10104 cases With minimum 2 year follow upAuthors: Parwez T, Robinson J, Murray J, Porteous A, Hassaballa M
Date of publication: 2/01/2012Journal title:January 2012. The Bone & Joint Journal 94(21):118Publication title: Early failure of Unicompartmental knee replacements(UKR’s) An analysis of 16830 patients on the UK National joint registryAuthors: Parwez T, Robinson J, Murray J, Porteous A, Hassaballa M
Date of publication: 01/03/2011Journal title:Orthopaedics Today EuropePublication title: UKR- 2 Yr survivorship analysis: Patient age not BMI, affects implant longevity
Date of publication: 10/12/2016Journal title:Trials. (2016) 17:289. DOI 10.1186/s 13063-016-1418-xPublication title: Effectiveness and Cost Effectiveness of out patient physiotherapy after knee replacement for osteoarthritis: study protocol for a randomised control trialAuthors: Vikki Wylde, Neil Artz, Ashley Blom, James Murray, Tarique Parwez et al
Date of publication: 22/01/2012Journal title:January 2012. The Bone and Joint Journal 94(29):29Publication title: Five -year outcome of LATERAL Unicompartmental Knee replacementAuthors: T Parwez, M Hassaballa, N Artz, JR Robinson, JR Murray, A Porteous, JH Newman
Date of publication: 01/04/1999Journal title:Journal of Royal college of Surgeons of EdinburghPublication title: Who Actually Does Orthopaedic Operating?Authors: T Parwez, D Sutherland,
- Non operative Management of Knee and Hip Osteoarthritis
- Assessment and management pathway for young adult knees-including sporting injuries
- Assessment and examination for Knee and Hip Pathologies
- Post operative management of Arthroplasty patients in the community
- MBBS- Magadh University, India 1991
- FRCS Ed- 1996
- Diploma in Orthopaedic Engineering- Cardiff University- 2001
- FRCS (Trauma & Orthopaedics)- 2002
- CESR- 2006
- Basic Surgical Rotation – Aberdeen -1994- 1997
- Higher Surgical Rotation in Trauma &Orthopaedics- West Midland Rotation -1998-2002
- Post Fellowship Senior Registrar Rotation Trauma Lower limb Surgery- 2002-2004 ,Heart of England NHS Trust
- Lower Limb Arthroplasty Fellowship- Bury St Edmunds, east Anglia -2004-2005
- Knee Fellowship , Southemead Hospital , Bristol 2009-2010
- Entry to Specialist Register Trauma & Orthopaedics- 2006
- British Orthopaedic Association
- British association for Surgery of the Knee (BASK)
- ESSKA- European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery &Arthroscopy
- British Medical association
- Fellow of the Royal college of Surgeon
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