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Mehta Spine represents a state of the art, evidence based practice in the treatment of spinal problems. Its values encompass safety, transparency and high quality care with the patient at the centre. We believe that providing information regarding the spinal problems enhances their understanding and assists us in guiding the patients to the best of the available treatment options and hence to a surgically achievable goal.

Our vision is to become a leader in spinal surgery by offering high quality services in the arena of patient education, surgical treatment and research related to spinal problems.

Mr. Jwalant Mehta:
Jwalant Mehta is a Consultant Spine Surgeon specializing in children and adult spinal problems and is based in Birmingham, UK.
Mr Jwalant S Mehta is currently a Consultant Spinal Deformity Surgeon at the Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham. He was appointed as a Consultant Spinal Surgeon by the ABMU Health Board, Swansea in 2010, prior to which appointment he was a Consultant Spine Surgeon at the Centre for Spinal Disorders and Surgery, Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham.
Mr. Mehta qualified in 1989 from G. S. Medical College and the K. E. M. Hospital, Mumbai, India. He worked with eminent Spinal Surgeons in Mumbai and developed a sub speciality interest in Spinal Surgery. He was a Specialist Registrar on the South-East Thames Orthopaedic Higher Surgical Programme, completed the FRCS (Tr & Orth) and was a Senior Registrar in South Wales. He was awarded the Certficate of Completion of Surgical Training (CCT) in 2007.

Mr Mehta has been conferred the MS (Orth) by the University of Bombay, Diploma in Orthopaedics (with a Gold Medal) by the College of Physicians and Surgeons, MCh (Orth) by the University of Liverpool and FRCS (Royal College of Surgeons of England).

Mr. Mehta has undertaken fellowships in spinal surgery at the Bristol Orthopaedic Spinal Service for a year and for a year as a Spinal Reconstruction Fellow in Columbia, Missouri, USA.

He has extensive experience in the treatment of correction of spinal deformities in children and adults, reconstructions of spinal column, treatment of degenerative conditions of the neck and the back and treatment of spinal emergencies such as spinal trauma, spinal tumors and cord compressions.

Mr. Mehta has published papers in peer-reviewed journals, co-authored several chapters, presented papers to learned societies and lectured at national and international meetings. He is a reviewer for Spine. He is a member of the Scoliosis Research Society (SRS), British Scoliosis Society (BSS), British Association of Spinal Surgeons (BASS), British Orthopaedic Association (BOA), Indian Orthopaedic Association (IOA) and Association of Spinal Surgeons of India (ASSI).



  • PERSONAL AND CONTACT DETAILS
  • QUALIFICATIONS
  • CURRENT EMPLOYMENT
  • PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT
  • RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
  • MEMBERSHIPS
  • EDITORIAL COMMITMENTS
  • COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
  • CLINICAL (NHS & PRIVATE) PRACTICE
  • MEDICO-LEGAL REMIT:
PERSONAL AND CONTACT DETAILS
Name: Jwalant S. Mehta
NHS base: Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham B31 2AP
Tel (Spinal unit): 0121 685 4085, 0121 685 4288, 0121 685 4083
Fax (Spinal unit): 0121 685 4264
NHS hospital: Birmingham Childrens Hospital
Private Hospitals: BMI Priory, BMI Edbaston

Spire Parkway, Solihull

Hon Consultant: Cromwell Hospital, London SW5 0TU
Rooms: 81 Harborne Road, Birmingham B15 3HG
Private sec (Tel): 0121 450 8928
Private sec (Fax): 0121 455 0288
Work email: Jwalantmehta@nhs.net
Personal email: spine4u@gmail.com, jsm@mehtaspine.co.uk
Web address: www.mehtaspine.com
Telephone: +44 796 386 5207
DOB: 01 March 1965
Nationality: United Kingdom (Passport number: 466484648)

Overseas Citizen of India

QUALIFICATIONS
India 1989 MBBS (Bombay University)
1992 MS Orth (Bombay University)
1992 D Orth (Bombay University)
UK 1998 MCh Orth (University of Liverpool )
2001 FRCS (Tr & Orth )
2002 FRCS (Royal College of Surgeons of England)
CURRENT EMPLOYMENT

Consultant Spine Deformity Surgeon, Royal Orthopaedic Hospital, Birmingham B31 2AP

PREVIOUS EMPLOYMENT
  • Dec 2010 – April 2013: Consultant Orthopaedic & Spine Surgeon, ABMU Health Board, Morriston
  • Hospital, Swansea SA6 6NL
  • July 2009 – Dec 2010: Consultant Spine Surgeon (Locum), Queens Medical Centre, Nottingham
  • University Hospitals, Nottingham NG7 2UH
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS

Thesis and Dissertations:

  • Study of avascular necrosis of femoral heads in operated trans-cervical fractures of the
  • femur. M.S.(Orth), Bombay University,July ‘92.
  • Spondylo-discitis of the thoracic spine: A new classification based on selection of surgical
  • approach. M.Ch. (Orth) Liverpool, December 1998.

Book Chapters and invited publications:

  • Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr. Anterior short segment fusion for Scheuermanns disease.
  • Bridwell’s textbook of Spine Surgery, 3rd edition.
  • Romagnoli JR, Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr. The L5 vertebrectomy approach for the
  • treatment of Spondyloptosis with the reduction of L4 on S1. Bridwell’s textbook
  • of Spine Surgery, 3rd edition.
  • Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr Short Segment ‘Bone-on-bone’ fusion for adolescent
  • idiopathic scoliosis. Mastering techniques in Orthopaedic Surgery: Spine.
  • Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr L5 vertebrectomy with reduction of L4 onto S1 for the
  • surgical reconstruction of lumbosacral spondyloptosis. Mastering techniques
  • in Orthopaedic Surgery: Spine.
  • Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr The anterior approach to treating Scheuermann’s
  • disease: Short segment fusion. Mastering techniques in Orthopaedic
  • Surgery: Spine.
  • Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr. Anterior surgery in spinal pathology. E chapter
  • for the SRS website.
  • Mehta JS, Hemmadi SS. Legg-Calve-Perthes disease: A monograph for
  • primary care physicians.BMJ Point of care, an e-publication in ePocrates.
  • Mehta JS. Chronic spinal cord injuries. A monograph for primary care
  • physicians. BMJ Point of care, an e-publication
  • Mehta JS, Quraishi N. Discogenic back pain. A monograph for primary
  • care physicians. BMJ Point of care, an e-publication

Published papers in peer-reviewed journals:

  • Agarwala S., Mehta JS Micro-lumbar Discectomy – The first century at the Hinduja Hospital
  • Bombay Hospital Journal, Vol. 36, No. 4, 1994.
  • Mehta JS, Bhojraj SY. Tuberculosis of the thoracic spine: A classification based on the
  • selection of surgical strategies.
  • Mehta JS, Gibson MJ. The treatment of neuromuscular scoliosis. Review article Current
  • Orthopaedics (2003) 17, 313-321.
  • Mehta JS, Reed MR, McVie JL, Sanderson PL. Weight bearingradiographs in Thoraco-lumbar
  • fractures. Do they influence management? Spine 29 (5); March 1 2004: 564 – 567.
  • Jones A, Mehta JS, Fagan D, Ahuja S, Grant A, Davies PR. Anteriorodontoid screw for a
  • paediatric odontoid non-union: a case report. Spine 30(1); Jan 1 2005: E 28 – 30.
  • Gill I, Eagle M, Mehta JS, Gibson MJ, Bushby K, Bullock R. Correction of neuromuscular
  • scoliosis in patients with pre-existing respiratory failure. Spine 2006 Oct 1, 31(21): 2478-83.
  • Eagle M, Bourke J, Bullock, R, Gibson MJ, Mehta JS, Giddings D, Straub V, Bushby K.
  • Managing Duchenne muscular dystrophy – The additive effect of spinal surgery and home nocturnl
  • ventilation in improving survival. Neuromuscular disorders 17 (6), June 2007: 470 – 475.
  • Lakshmanan P, Jones A, Mehta JS, Howes J, Ahuja S, Davies PR. Recurrence of kyphosis and its
  • functional implications after surgical stabilisation of dorso-lumbar fractures. Accepted for
  • The Spine Journal.
  • Kusakabe T, Mehta JS, Gaines RW Jr. Results after short-segment bone-onbone instrumentation
  • for adolescent idiopathic scoliosis with a mean follow-up of 6 years. Accepted for
  • publication in Spine.
  • Agarwala S, Mehta JS. The Kashiwagi syndrome in calcaneal fractures – an under recognised
  • clinical entity. Orthopaedics Update (India) Vol. 5 : 1995.
  • Mannion SJ, Mehta JS, Spencer JD. Oedeme blue. Journal of the Royal Society of Medicine
  • Sept 1998; 91: 491 – 492.
  • Mehta JS, Nicolaou N, Kiryluk S, Fordyce MJ. Venous ulcers after hip replacements: A clinical
  • evaluation at 5 – 12 years. Journal of Bone and Joint Surgery 85-B, No 7, September 2003; 960-2.
  • Mehta JS, Kiryluk S, Fordyce MJ, Tuson KWR. Pain and patient satisfaction: Outcome parameters
  • for the successful hip replacement in the elderly.  Hip International  2005; 15: 112 – 118
  • Mehta JS, Conybeare ME, Hinves B, Winter JBM. Protein C levels in patients with
  • Legg-Calve-Perthesdisease. Is it a true deficiency? Journal of Paediatric Orthopaedics
  • 26 (2); Mar / Apr 2006: 200 – 203
  • Mehta JS, Kochhar S, Harding I. Retro-listhesis in the segment above the lytic slip: role
  • of the facet degeneration. European Spine Journal
  • Mehta JS, Moldavsky, Kannan M, Khalil S.Pedicle screw pullout based on 4 screw preparation
  • techniques. Submitted to European Spine Journal.
  • Tokala DP, Grannum S, Mehta JS, Hutchinson MJ, Nelson IW.Prediction of scoliosis curve
  • correction using pedicle screw constructs in AIS: A comparison of Traction and Fulcrum bend
  • radiographs. Submitted to European Spine Journal.
  • Min K, Mehta JS, Gaines RW.Short segment anterior inter-body fusion and anterior
  • nstrumentation for painful Scheuermann’s kyphosis. Submitted to Spine Deformity Journal.

Ongoing projects:

  • The study of the patho-anatomy of the facet joints in degenerative scoliosis. Collaborators:
  • V. Kaul, Prof V. Goel (Univ of Toledo, OH).
  • Patho-anatomic factors that determine radicular compression in low grade spondylolytic
  • spondylolisthesis. Collaborators: Delawaye S, Verghese N, Panwalkar P
  • (Morrston Hospital, Swansea).
  • Growth, progression and biomechanics of thoraco-lumbar spine in juvenile idiopathic scoliosis
  • patients with growing rods: A finite element study using retrospective patient data. Collaboraors:
  • Prof V. Goel and team (Univ of Toledo, OH)
  • Finite element alanlysis modelling to assess the proximal junctional forces following long fusions.
  • Collaboraors: Prof V. Goel and team (Univ of Toledo, OH)
  • Efficay of MRI scanning in symptomatic Scheuermann’s disease.

Abstracts submitted for SRS / IMAST 2014:

  • Mehta JS, Moldavsky, Kannan M, Khalil S.Pedicle screw pullout based on 4 screw
  • preparation techniques.
  •  Tokala DP, Grannum S, Mehta JS, Hutchinson MJ, Nelson IW.Prediction of scoliosis
  • curve correction using pedicle screw constructs in AIS: A comparison of Traction and Fulcrum
  • bend radiographs.
  • Newton-Ede M, Kularatne U, Gardner A, Mehta JS, Spilsbury J, Douis H, James S, Marks DS.
  • Incidence of neuraxis abnormalities in symptomatic Scheuermann’s disease
  • Newton-Ede M, Kularatne U, Gardner A, Mehta JS, Spilsbury J, Douis H, James S, Marks DS.
  • Incidence of spondylolysis in symptomatic Scheuermann’s disease
  • Mehta JS, Kaul V, Goel V. Are the lumbar facet joints the real tether to correcting the adult
  • sagittal plane deformity.
MEMBERSHIPS
  • British Orthopaedic Association
  • Indian Orthopaedic Association
  • Bombay Orthopaedic Society
  • AO Spine UK (Delegate member in the council)
  • British Scoliosis Society
  • British Association for Spinal Surgeons
  • Association of Spinal Surgeons of India
  • Scoliosis Research Society (Candidate member)
EDITORIAL COMMITMENTS
  • Assistant Editorial Board: European Spine Journal
  • Reviewer: Spine
  • Reviewer: Bone Joint Journal (formerly JBJS Br)
COMMITTEE ASSIGNMENTS
  • Medical Advisory Committee, Sancta Maria Hospital (2011-13)
  • Website Committee (SRS, 2011-12)
  • Research Grant Review Committee (2012-13)
  • SRS Programme reviewer (2012-13)
  • SRS Education Committee (2013-14)
  • IM & T, ROH (2013-14)
CLINICAL (NHS & PRIVATE) PRACTICE
  • Deformity corrections in paediatric, adolescent, adult and elderly populations.
  • Degenerative conditions of the cervical and the lumbar spine.
  • Sports injuries in professional and semi-professional football, cricket and rugby
  • players. Spine Consultant with the Swans City FC.
  • Management of spinal trauma, spinal infections, spinal tumours.
  • Medico-legal report writing for injury claims.
MEDICO-LEGAL REMIT:

I have done medico-legal reports for the past 6 years on all aspects of orthopaedics, musculo-skeletal trauma and spinal problems. Spinal problems include lumbar and cervical conditions and spinal deformities. I have worked for claimants, defendants and insurance companies. I can take on work that requires a rapid turn-over.

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