Mr Raju Ahluwalia

Mr Raju Ahluwalia

BSc, MBBS, MRCS, FRCS (Tr & Orth), Dip Sports & Exercise Medicine (RCS Edin)

Trauma and Orthopaedic Surgeon (Foot and Ankle)

Special Interest:

  • Foot & Ankle, Lower Limb Trauma Surgery
  • Arthroscopy & Hind-foot & Mid-foot Correction
  • Ankle Replacement
  • Ankle Ligament Reconstruction Surgery
  • Fore-foot Surgery (Bunion Surgery/Morton's) 
  • Diabetic Foot Surgery / Charcot Reconstruction
  • Foot & Ankle Deformity Correction


Raju Ahluwalia is a fellowship-trained orthopaedic surgeon specializing in foot and ankle surgery at King’s College Hospital, London. Graduating from Guys King’s & St Thomas’s – winning a bursary & scholarship.


He was appointed to Cambridge, completed his training at Chelsea & Westminster/Royal National Orthopaedic Hospital, Stanmore Rotation. Undertook advanced fellowship in arthroscopic, minimally invasive surgery, ankle replacement (Oxford), Limb Reconstruction (Liverpool).


Winning both BOFAS & AO Travelling Fellowships and Memberships of the Faculty of Sports and Exercise Medicine from the Royal College of Surgeons in Edinburgh.


He is internationally recognised and works in the Kings Diabetic Foot Unit and serving on the executive member of the Diabetic Foot Study Group and founding member of the International Diabetic Foot Care Group.


He runs the King’s Complex-Foot-MDT; undertaking tertiary referral cases from the South-east of England.


Raju undertook SAC recognised advanced fellowships in arthroscopic & minimally invasive surgery, ankle arthroplasty (at the Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford), limb reconstruction and diabetic foot practice at the Wirral, Liverpool, he was awarded BOFAS and AO Travelling Fellowships to complete his training.

Raju is one of the consultants at the internationally recognised Kings Diabetic Foot Unit and invited member of the Diabetic Foot Study Group and part of the International Diabetic Foot Care Group – a European group of surgeons and physicians working as an advisory group through translating research and publishing on improving diabetic foot medicine through clinician and patient education.

He has been faculty and lecturer of a number of FRCS and Trauma Courses and part of the organisational team of the annual King’s Charcot Reconstruction Meeting, at the Oval, London and actively involved in training the next generation of doctor’s at Guy’s, King’s and St Thomas’s Hospital Medical School and supervising trainees from the London Deanery.

He has represented the unit at national international meetings at invited to lecture internationally.  He has published over 15 peer-reviewed articles and invited to present in over 50 national & international meetings including American Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society, British Orthopaedic Foot Ankle Society, British Orthopaedic Association and has written chapters for textbooks.

He has actively undertaken charity work organising sports days and played sport at university.   He is happily married living with his family in London.



Ionising radiation exposure to orthopaedic trainees. The effect of sub-speciality training

7th EFORT Congress, Lisbon, Portugal, June 2005

Oddy MJ, Aldam CH

The use of recombinant Bone Morphogenetic Protein 7 (OP-1) in the management of humeral non-union

British Trauma Society, October 2006

SA Clint, MJ Oddy, SM Lambert, JIL Bayley

Pre-operative planning for hybrid total hip arthroplasty using on-screen digital radiographs: a comparison of acetate templates and computer software

EFORT, Italy, May 2007

R Mohankumar, MJ Oddy, J Bayer, JA Wimhurst

Demineralized Bone Matrix augments tendon attachment to a metal implant

54th Orthopaedic Research Society – San Francisco, USA 2-5/3/2008

Sundar S, Pendegrass CJ, Oddy MJ, Blunn GW

Mechanical stability of a locked step-plate versus single compression screw fixation for medial displacement osteotomy of the os calcis in a cadaveric model.

British Orthopaedic Foot and Ankle Society, Nottingham, UK, 11/2010

S Konan, J Meswania, GW Blunn, R Madhav, MJ Oddy

Multidisciplinary management of the high-risk diabetic foot: a two-year study of the outpatient workload required in achieving positive outcomes

Int J Surgery 11, 2013:742

JA Wright, S Hurel, M Brown, S Morris-Jones, DC Patel, JAS Brookes, MJ Oddy, T Richards.

Should broken toes be treated in fracture clinic?

EFORT, London 2014

Eves T, Oddy MJ

Locking versus non-locking plates for distal fibula fractures

EFORT, Vienna 2017

Shirley A Lyle, Catherine Malik , Michael J Oddy

British Orthopaedic Association, Birmingham 2018

‘The Para-metacarpal Ulnar Artery Flap – A Versatile Option in the Reconstruction of Ulnar Sided Hand Defects’. (Oral presentation)

S. Raja, V.Vanryckegham, MJ Oddy

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