Fitness craze fans need hip surgery in their 20s: 'Cross fit' and 'sumo squat' routines are creating injuries normally seen in 60s

But Gorav Datta, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at University Hospital Southampton, said that he now sees 200 patients below the age of 30 every year for injuries sustained as a result of extreme sport (Dailymail, 2016)

Revolutionary new jab to fight arthritis

The technique should cost just a few hundred pounds and could be widely used across the country within two years, said consultant orthopaedic surgeon Gorav Datta, of Southampton General Hospital, who is leading the research (Express, 2014)

Surgeons use new blood injection to help treat knee arthritis

The pioneering study, led by Gorav Datta, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, involves 60 patients between 18 and 75 years at Southampton General Hospital. (Please be aware this study is no longer active)

'Over-zealous' personal trainers are wreaking havoc on young people's joints

 “Over the past few years there has been a real expansion in the fitness market designed to meet the needs of young people with many conflicting priorities,” said Mr Datta (The Telegraph, 2016)

New stem cell operation could revolutionise treatment of knee injuries

Gorav Datta, a consultant orthopaedic surgeon at Southampton general hospital and the study's principal investigator, said: "The development of this technique and the study we are conducting could revolutionise the treatment of common cartilage injury by creating a like-for-like, identical cartilage replacement for the first time (The Guardian, 2014)

Surgeons create "new" knee operation to help arthritis

The video, courtesy of University Hospital Southampton NHS Foundation Trust, talks through how the operation works with surgeon Mr Gorav Datta (ITV, 2014)

How cells from your pelvis can repair those creaky knees 

Primarily, this operation is for people who have injured their knee through sport, or a fall (The Dailymail, 2014)

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