Mr Kirti Moholkar completed his speciality training in orthopaedic surgery on the North Western and West Midlands specialist registrar training programme and was subsequently appointed as a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in 2004. Additionally, he also completed fellowships and additional clinical work in in India, Australia, Southern Ireland, USA and the United Kingdom. In 1997, he spent a year in Adelaide, Australia at the Flinders Medical Centre where he had an opportunity to learn knee arthroscopic and arthroplasty surgery.
In 2000, he completed his training at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital Knee and Shoulder Unit and he was then appointed as a consultant at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital in Birmingham in the same year.
Kirti sees patients both in the NHS at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital and privately at the BMI Priory and Edgbaston Hospital in Birmingham and the BMI Droitwich Spa Hospital in Droitwich. He has a specialist interest in sports-related knee and shoulder injuries and in the treatment of related arthritic conditions. He also has a strong interest in developing patient-specific guides for use in knee replacement surgery, a topic on which he has presented quite extensively nationally and internationally.
Kirti also published extensively in research and presents his work at conferences both nationally and internationally.
Primary Medical Qualification
MB BS (1991) - Bombay University