Dr Njalalle Baraza is a certified Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Njalalle studied medicine at the University of Sheffield medical school in the UK where he graduated with an MBChB in 2005.
He completed his foundation (internship) years in the South Yorkshire area before being selected on to the trauma and orthopaedics specialist training scheme on the Coventry and Warwickshire rotation. He sat the intercollegiate speciality training exam in 2016 becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS Tr&Orth). He attained his Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) the following year.
During his training Njalalle was exposed to and performed plenty of trauma surgery as well as hip and knee replacements. After completing his orthopaedic training in the UK he was accepted onto the sports surgery fellowship at the University of British Columbia, Vancouver. There he specialised in arthroscopic (keyhole) surgery of the shoulder and knee. He was also involved in the assessment and treatment of various college and professional sports teams including the Vancouver Canadians (football) and the UBC Thunderbirds (American football). After working in Kenya for 2 years, he recognised the need to cater for children and returned to Vancouver in 2020 for a year long fellowship in paediatric orthopaedic surgery at the British Columbia Children's Hospital. The bulk of his practice is now dedicated towards the treatment of children. He has been widely published and maintains an interest in academic work.
When not involved in orthopaedics he engages in creative writing, music (piano and violin), mountain biking, skiing, scuba diving and is currently learning Spanish...whilst re-learning Swahili! He has recently given up motorcycling.
Dr Mordicai Atinga is a certified Orthopaedic Surgeon.
Mordicai studied medicine at the University of Sheffield medical school in the UK where he intercalated his studies in medicine with a research degree graduating with an MBChB and BMedSci in 2003.
He completed his basic surgical training rotation in The Sheffield Teaching Hospitals training program, gaining membership to the royal college of surgeons (MRCS)
He was subsequently selected to the trauma and orthopaedic specialist training scheme in the South West London rotation. During his specialist training he gained experience in trauma management and orthopaedic elective surgery. He successfully sat the intercollegiate speciality training exam in 2015 becoming a Fellow of the Royal College of Surgeons of England (FRCS Tr &Orth. Eng.). He attained the Certificate of Completion of Training (CCT) the following year.
Mordicai has a specialist interest in shoulder and knee surgery. He has undergone subspeciality training in sports surgery including arthroscopy, joint replacement and ligament and tendon repair and reconstruction. He was awarded and completed a shoulder and elbow fellowship at the Waikato Hospital, New Zealand for a period of 9 months.
He followed this with a one-year fellowship in Australia at the Perth Orthopaedic Sports Medicine Centre (POSMC) specialising in joint reconstruction and surgical treatment of sports injuries primarily of the knee and shoulder. He helped manage injured members of 2 major Western Australian Football League teams. He continues to pursue research interests in shoulder and knee conditions.
Mordicai remains a keen sports enthusiast. In his youth he was selected for the Kenya under 21 rugby first XV. He is an active club cyclist pursuing both road cycling and mountain biking disciplines. He continues to work hard on his golf swing.