Mr Datir maintains an interest in general orthopaedics and trauma surgery with a specialist interest in hip and knee surgery. This includes hip
and knee primary and complex joint replacements as well as knee arthroscopic surgery and hip arthroscopic surgery (keyhole surgery)
and unicompartmental (partial) knee replacement. He has a special interest in revision/complex hip surgery. He is also trained in Mini
Invasive superpath hip replacement surgery which is likely to help with quicker recovery and better stability of the joint.
Mr Datir qualified in India and completed a postgraduate degree in orthopaedics (MS). He worked as a lecturer in a teaching hospital for two
years. He completed specialist training in orthopaedics and worked within the Yorkshire region for the majority of his career in
England. After this he trained at the world renowned Wrightington Hospital, a highly specialised tertiary referral centre for joint
replacements, for one year as a hip and knee joint replacement (arthroplasty) fellow.
Mr Datir has a keen interest in clinical research and has published several research articles in the international orthopaedic journals.