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Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Delhi: Dr. Amite Pankaj

Dr. (Prof.) Amite Pankaj is a nationally and internationally renowned Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Delhi and an alumnus of the premier institute of India, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He has 20 years’ experience in Orthopedics and joint replacement surgery with impeccable academic credentials.

He is renowned for his exceptional skills in robotic knee replacement surgery and comprehensive orthopedic care. With a stellar track record of successful surgeries and patient satisfaction, Dr. Aggarwal stands out as the Best Orthopedic Doctor in Delhi. His practice is built on a foundation of cutting-edge technology, personalized care, and a deep understanding of his patients’ needs.

Best Orthopedic Doctor in Delhi

Evaluation, Diagnosis and orthopedic treatment

As an immensely experienced orthopedic surgeon, Dr. Amite Pankaj focuses more on a patient-centric approach to deliver an ideal orthopaedic solution to patients suffering from any kind of musculoskeletal issues. The patient’s conditions are appropriately evaluated and diagnosed accordingly. Once the root issue is located, the team of orthopaedic doctors, surgeons and other medical professionals come up with the best medical solution either non-surgical or surgical methods to cure the problem in the most professional manner. Due to his excellent record and higher success ratio, he is the most sough-after orthopedic doctor in Delhi.

Contribution to Orthopedics:

His work on arthroplasty has been published in prestigious journals like JBJS, Archives of Orthopedics Surg, and Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc, a distinction held only by a few surgeons from India. He has More than 70 research papers on joint replacement and Orthopedics, 16 book chapters including a chapter on Total Knee Replacement in Turek’s Orthopedics, 100 CME lectures and 20 international presentations to his credit. American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons has acknowledged his surgical techniques on Knee Surgery. He is holding executive positions in national and regional professional bodies and is on the editorial and reviewer board of several indexed peer-reviewed journals. 

Why Choose Dr. Amite Pankaj For All Orthopedic Solutions

Selecting the right orthopedic surgeon is crucial for successful treatment and recovery. Here’s why Dr. Aggarwal is considered the Best Orthopedic Surgeon in Delhi:

Dr. Amite Pankaj is an extensively best orthopedic surgeon in Delhi who has exhaustive training in diagnosis and treatment of diseases, disorders and injuries of the musculoskeletal system utilizing both surgical and non-surgical methods. He possesses advanced knowledge and training that is beyond the verticals of a primary care doctor to solve musculoskeletal problems.

He is specialized in performing total hip replacement surgery, knee replacement surgery, joint replacement surgery, knee preservation and knee arthroscopy and sports Injuries using the minimally invasive technique. Achieving mobility and movement in the life of affected patients are the prime goal and vision of his practicing orthopaedics. Thus, as a supremely experienced orthopedic doctor in Delhi, he focuses on imparting high-quality orthopaedic treatment and surgery that helps patient reclaim their quality of life through safe and effective surgical and non-surgical treatments.

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MEDICAL  LICENSES

Medical Council of IndiaNo: 16915
MRCS RegistrationRoyal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh- No: 58994
Delhi Medical CouncilNo: 7618

PERSONAL DETAILS

DATE OF BIRTH09-03-1975
CITIZENSHIPIndian
ADDRESS177, Akash Kunj Apartments, Sector 9, Rohini, Delhi, India
Phone91-11-27863185
Mobile91-9811148080, 91-9868399689
Email:amitepankaj1975@yahoo.com

MEDICAL LICENSES

Medical Council of IndiaNo: 16915
MRCS RegistrationRoyal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh- No: 58994
Delhi Medical CouncilNo: 7618

ACADEMIC QUALIFICATIONS

1MBBS
(August 1992 – December 1997)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
2MS
(Orthopedics) (July 1998- June 2001)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
3DNB
(Orthopedic Surgery) (August 2002)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
4MRCS
(November, 2002)
Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

Current Appointment
Senior Consultant and Unit Head (Joint Replacement, Arthroscopy and Orthopedics)
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh, New Delhi. May 2nd 2016 onwards

PREVIOUS APPOINTMENTS
PROFESSOR
Department of Orthopedics
UCMS and GTB Hospital, Delhi
Nov. 2, 2012- May 1st 2016
ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR
Department of Orthopedics
UCMS and GTB Hospital, Delhi
Nov. 2, 2008- Nov 1, 2012
ASSISTANT PROFESSORNov. 2, 2006- Nov. 1-2008
POOL OFFICER
Department of Orthopedics
Arthroplasty and Arthroscopy Unit
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
February 2005- Nov. 2006
FELLOW SHOULDER SURGERY
Western Orthopedic Center
Perth, Australia.
May 1, 2006- June 1, 2006
SENIOR RESIDENT (Registrar)
Department of Orthopedics
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi.
January 2002- January 2005
Research Associate
Department of Orthopedics
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
July 2001-December 2001
JUNIOR RESIDENT (Post- Graduation Orthopedic Surgery)
Department of Orthopedics
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
July 1998- June 2001
PRE-REGISTRATION HOUSE OFFICER Rotating Internship)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
January 1997-December 1997
MEDICAL EDUCATION (MBBS)
All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
August 1992-December 1996

INTERNATIONAL RECOGNITION

  • Member of prestigious Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh and UK board Certified
  • Work on Simultaneous Bilateral THR has been acknowledged internationally and published in JBJS Br
  • Promoted a new technique for correction of elbow deformity and the work was acknowledged in Orthopedic Trauma Association Meeting 2004, British Orthopedic Association Meeting 2004 and published in J Pediatric Orthopedics (Am)
  • Recipient of the prestigious K T Dholakia award for best clinical research by Dr. C S Ranawat, 2006
  • Recipient of foreign travel award from Australian Pain Society 2004
  • Offered clinical fellowship in Sports Medicine by National University Hospital and Singapore General Hospital, 2006
  • Co-investigator in a number of large multicentric, multinational trials.
  • Biography included in the Marquis’ World’s Who is Who 2009 Edition
  • Reviewer for Indian Journal of Orthopedics since 2006
  • Reviewer for Journal of Medical Case Reports
  • Recipient of Indo-British Travelling Fellowship Award of IOS UK 2011
  • Recipient of Indian Orthopedic Association-Australian Orthopedic Association Fellowship Award 2011

TEACHING EXPERIENCE

  • Teaching experience (Post-graduates and under-graduates) of 10 years.
  • Teaching faculty member at various arthroplasty courses held in India.
  • Teaching Faculty at Arthroscopy courses in India

ACADEMIC HONOURS/AWARDS

NATIONAL TOPPER AT FOUR DIFFERENT STAGES DURING CAREER in addition to having been adjudged the best undergraduate from the premier medical institute of India, the All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.

  • Gold Medal for securing first rank in the entrance exam for medical education (MBBS) in All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, conducted at the national level.
  • First Rank at All India Pre Medical Entrance test 1992 (Conducted by CBSE at national level)
  • First Rank in State Pre Medical Entrance test 1992 (Conducted by MDU, Rohtak, Haryana)
  • Delhi Medical Association Gold Medal for the best all round outgoing undergraduate for the year 1997 in AIIMS.
  • Best undergraduate medal in Internal Medicine in year 1997 in AIIMS.
  • First Rank in Post Graduate medical entrance test 1998 (conducted at national level by PGIMER, Chandigarh)
  • Second Rank in Post Graduate medical entrance test 1998 (conducted at national level by AIIMS, New Delhi)

PROFESSIONAL HONOURS

  • Winner of the National level orthopaedic quiz in March 2001.
  • Best Poster Award at the International Symposium on Bone Tumours (26th-28th Sept. 2002) New Delhi, India.
  • Recipient of Foreign Travel Award Australian Pain Society 2004
  • K T Dholakia Award in Arthroplasty 2007
  • Reviewer for Indian Journal of Orthopedics since 2006
  • Reviewer for Journal of Medical Case Reports
  • Guest speaker at various national/international conferences on Arthroplasty and Arthroscopy
  • J n J Indian Orthopedic Association Traveling Fellowship 2008
  • Member Editorial Board (Arthroplasty Section) of Indian Journal of Orthopedics since Dec 2010
  • Reviewer for Journal of Clinical Orthopedics and Trauma 2011
  • Recipient of Indo-British Travelling Fellowship Award of IOS UK 2011
  • Recipient of Indian Orthopedic Association-Australian Orthopedic Association Fellowship Award 2011
  • Reviewer for National Medical Journal of India

PUBLICATIONS

PAPERS (International) 30

  • 1. Sharma G, Chadha M, Pankaj A. Hip dislocation associated with ipsilateral femoral neck and shaft fractures: an unusual combination and dilemma regarding head preservation. Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc. 2014;48(6):698-702.
  • 2. Jain A, Aggarwal P, Pankaj A. Concomitant ipsilateral proximal tibia and femoral Hoffa fractures. Acta Orthop Traumatol Turc. 2014;48(4):383-7.
  • 3. Haq RU, Manhas V, Pankaj A, Srivastava A, Dhammi IK, Jain AK. Proximal femoral nails compared with reverse distal femoral locking plates in intertrochanteric fractures with a compromised lateral wall; a randomised controlled trial. Int Orthop. 2014 Jul;38(7):1443-9.
  • 4. Zielinski SM, Keijsers NL, Praet SF, Heetveld MJ, Bhandari M, Wilssens JP, Patka P, Van Lieshout EM; Pankaj A (FAITH Trial Investigators). Femoral neck shortening after internal fixation of a femoral neck fracture. Orthopedics. 2013 Jul; 36(7): e849-58.
  • 5. Hebert-Davies J, Laflamme GY, Rouleau D; Pankaj A (HEALTH and FAITH investigators). Bias towards dementia: are hip fracture trials excluding too many patients? A systematic review. Injury. 2012 Dec; 43(12):1978-84.
  • 6. Zielinski SM, Viveiros H, Heetveld MJ, Swiontkowski MF, Bhandari M, Patka P, Van Lieshout EM; Pankaj A (FAITH trial investigators). Central coordination as an alternative for local coordination in a multicenter randomized controlled trial: the FAITH trial experience. Trials. 2012 Jan 8;13:5.
  • 7. Sharma G,5 Naik AV, Pankaj A. Displaced osteochondral fracture of the lateral femoral condyle associated with an acute anterior cruciate ligament avulsion fracture: a corollary of “the lateral femoral notch sign”. Knee Surg Sports Traumatol Arthrosc. 2012 Aug;20(8):1599-602.
  • 8. Zielinski SM, Viveiros H, Heetveld MJ, Swiontkowski MF, Bhandari M, Patka P, Van Lieshout EM; Pankaj A (FAITH trial investigators). Central coordination as an alternative for local coordination in a multicenter randomized controlled trial: the FAITH trial experience. Trials. 2012 Jan 8;13:5.
  • 9. Jain A, Aggarwal P, Chadha M, Pankaj A. Hoffa fracture associated with fracture of proximal tibia: A report of two cases. Chin J Traumatol. 2012 Dec 1;15(6):367-9.
  • 10. Hebert-Davies J, Laflamme GY, Rouleau D; HEALTH and FAITH investigators (Pankaj A). Bias towards dementia: are hip fracture trials excluding too many patients? A systematic review. Injury. 2012 Dec;43(12):1978-84.
  • 11. Pankaj A, Sharma M, Kochar V, Naik AV. Neglected, locked, obturator type of inferior hip dislocation treated by total hip arthroplasty. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg. 2011 Volume 131, Number 4, 443-446
  • 12. Pankaj A. Treatment for acute anterior cruciate ligament tears. N Med J Ind 2011 Vol 24 (2), 90-91.
  • 13. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Conversion of failed hemiarthroplasty to total hip arthroplasty: A short to mid-term follow-up study. Ind J Orthop. 294-300 Vol 42 (3) 2009
  • 14. Bhandari M, Sprague S, Schemitsch EH, Pankaj A (International Hip Fracture Research Collaborative). Resolving controversies in hip fracture care: the need for large collaborative trials in hip fractures. J Orthop Trauma. 2009 Jul;23(6):479-84.
  • 15. Garg B, Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Treatment of flexion type supracondylar fracture of humerus in children. J Orthop Surg 15 (2); 174-176, 2007.
  • 16. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Femoral component malrotation and arthrofibrosis after TKA: cause and effect relationship? Int Orthop. 2007 Jun;31(3):423.
  • 17. Pankaj A, Bhan S, Malhotra R: Bilateral stress fractures of femoral neck following bilateral total knee arthroplasty: a case report and review of literature. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 2007 Sep;127(7):549-52.
  • 18. Pankaj A, Mallinath G, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Surgical Management of intercondylar fractures of humerus using Triceps Reflecting Anconeus Pedicle (TRAP) Approach. Ind J Orthop. 41 (3); 219-223, 2007.
  • 19. Bhan S, Pankaj A, Malhotra R: One stage or two stage bilateral total hip replacement- A prospective, randomized, controlled study in an Asian population. J Bone Joint Surg (Br) 88; 298-303, 2006.
  • 20. Pankaj A, Dua A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Dome osteotomy for posttraumatic cubitus varus- A surgical technique to avoid lateral condylar prominence. J Pediatric Orthopedics (Am) 26(1); 61-66, 2006.
  • 21. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Penetration of the distal femoral anterior cortex during intramedullary nailing for subtrochanteric fractures. J Orthop Trauma 20(4); 299, 2006.
  • 22. Pankaj A: In-cement technique for revision hip arthroplasty. J Bone Joint Surg Br 88-B; 1408, 2006.
  • 23. Pankaj A, Kotwal PP, Bal CS, Deepak KK, Mittal R. Diagnosis of post-traumatic complex regional pain syndrome of the hand: Current role of sympathetic skin response and three phase bone scintigraphy. J Orthop Surg 14(3); 284-290, 2006.
  • 24. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Monteggia fracture-dislocation with intercondylar fracture of the ipsilateral humerus: an unusual monteggia variant. Injury Extra 36; 51-54, 2005.
  • 25. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Post-burn heterotopic ossification of the popliteal space treated by surgical excision. Injury Extra 36; 232-236, 2005.
  • 26. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Isolated Dislocation of four ulnar carpmetacarpal joints. Arch Orthop Trauma Surg 125(8): 541-4, 2005.
  • 27. Sharma L, Pankaj A, Kumar V, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Bilateral anterior three part fracture-dislocation of shoulder: A case report. J Orthop Surg 13(3); 303-306, 2005.
  • 28. Pankaj A, Kotwal PP, Bal CS, Deepak KK, Mittal R. Post-traumatic complex regional pain syndrome of the hand: Role of three phase bone scan and sympathetic skin response in its diagnosis and a comparative study of oral nifedipine and stellate ganglion block in its management. Del J Orthop Vol. 1 (2); 164-173, 2005.
  • 29. Yadav C S, Doomra KK, Pankaj A: Management of degenerative arthritis of spine. JAMA (India). January; vol 1, No. 1, 2002.
  • 30. Pankaj A: Ten-year survival of the MS-30 matt-surfaced cemented stem- Letter to editor. J Bone Joint Surg (Br) Published online on 17-08-2005.http://www.jbjs.org.uk/cgi/eletters?lookup=by_date&days=30 – 362

PAPERS (National) 23

  • 1. Pankaj A, Malhotra R: Pilon Fractures of the Tibia. Orthopaedics Today vol. II, No.1; 18-26, 2001.
  • 2. Pankaj A, Malhotra R: Sports Injuries of the Foot and Ankle. Orthopedics Today Vol.V (No. 3); 149-154, 2003.
  • 3. Yadav C S, Doomra KK, Pankaj A, Nag HL: Degenerative arthritis of the Spine and its Management. J Sci Pharm, Vol. 3 (3); 102-105, 2002.
  • 4. Pankaj A, Malhotra R: Key issues in the management of fractures of the distal Humerus (I): Operative exposure. Orthopedics Today Vol. V (No. 4); 199-203, 2003.
  • 5. Yadav CS, Agarwal S, Nag HL, Pankaj A, Pawar M. Lower backache. J Azam Med Acad October; 35-43, 2003.
  • 6. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Fractures of the Capitellum. Orthopedics Today Vol. V (No. 4); 219-223, 2003.
  • 7. Bhan S, Pankaj A: History and Evolution of Hip Arthroplasty. Orthopedics Today Vol. VI (No. 1); 24-30, 2004.
  • 8. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Rationale of implant design and selection of implant. Orthopedics Today Vol. VI (No. 2); 89-102, 2004.
  • 9. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Templating and operative exposures in total hip arthroplasty. Orthopedics Today Vol. VI (No. 3); 55-62, 2004.
  • 10. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Primary cemented THR: Technique, results and risk factors for failure. Orthopedics Today Vol. VI (No. 4); 258-263, 2004.
  • 11. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Primary cementless THR: technique and results. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 1); 49-53, 2005.
  • 12. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Ponseti Technique for Clubfoot correction. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 1); 42-48, 2005.
  • 13. Mallinath G, Pankaj A, Bhan S: Congenital coxa vara. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 1); 32-35, 2005.
  • 14. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Wear and osteolysis. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 2); 104-109, 2005.
  • 15. Bhan S, Pankaj A: Alternate bearing surfaces in total hip arthroplasty. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 3); 181-187, 2005
  • 16. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Supracondyar osteotomy for correction of cubitus varus in children. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 3); 240-42, 2005
  • 17. Pankaj A, Jain A: Mosaicplasty for articular cartilage defects: Technique and results. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 1); 42-48, 2007
  • 18. Pankaj A, Jain A: Science of double bundle ACL reconstruction and current controversies. Orthopedics Today Vol. XI (No. 2); 56-60, 2009
  • 19. Pankaj A: High tibial Osteotomy: Current status in management of osteoarthritis of Knee. Orthopedics Today
  • 20. Sharma M, Pankaj A: Osteochondral Lesions of Talus. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 3); 240-42, 2009
  • 21. Pankaj A, Kumar L, Sharma G: Post tubercular stiff hip with fracture of proximal femur treated with total hip arthroplasty: A rare case scenario. J Clin Orthop Trauma 1(2); 112-115, 2010.
  • 22. Pankaj A, Kochar V, Chadha M, Arora S: Results of proximal femoral nail in intertrochanteric fractures of the hip with compromised lateral femoral wall: A clinical outcome study. J Clin Orthop Trauma 1(2); 99-105, 2010.
  • 23. Pankaj A: Fixation options for ACL reconstruction using hamstrings graft. Orthopedics Today Vol. VII (No. 1); 42-48, 2011.

ABSTRACTS (INDEXED) 2

  • 1. Pankaj A, Kotwal PP, Deepak KK, Mittal R: The Role of Sympathetic Skin Response (SSR) and Three Phase Bone Scintigraphy (TPBS) in the Diagnosis and Management of Post Traumatic Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) of the Hand. J Bone Joint Surg (Am) online: Meeting Abstracts: 22nd Annual Meeting of Mid America Orthopedic Association, April 14-18th 2004, Page 155. http://www.jbjs.org/abstracts/maoa04/maoa_abs55-64.pdf.
  • 2. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Dome osteotomy for posttraumatic cubitus varus: A surgical technique to avoid lateral condylar prominence. Accepted for publication in J Bone Joint surg (Br).

ABSTRACTS (NON-INDEXED) 18

  • 1. Pankaj A, Kotwal PP, Deepak KK, Bal CS, Mittal R: Post Traumatic Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) of the Hand: Current role of Sympathetic Skin Response (SSR) and Three Phase Bone Scintigraphy (TPBS) in its Diagnosis. Proceedings of 25th Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian Pain Society, March 7-10th 2004, Page 71.
  • 2. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Dome osteotomy for posttraumatic cubitus varus: A surgical technique to avoid lateral condylar prominence. Proceedings of Orthopedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting, Oct. 8-10th 2004, Ft. Lauderdale, USA.
  • 3. Pankaj A, Kotwal PP, Deepak KK, Mittal R: Evaluation and management of post traumatic reflex sympathetic dystrophy of the hand. Proceedings of Annual Meeting of DOA, Jan 2001
  • 4. Pankaj A, Bhan S: Biomechanics of Bone Allografts Transplantation. Proceedings of National Symposium on Musculoskeletal Allografts- March 2004, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 5. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S, Shukla S: Dome osteotomy for posttraumatic cubitus varus: A surgical technique to avoid lateral condylar prominence. Proceedings of British Orthopaedic Association Annual Congress, Sept. 15-17th 2004, Manchester, UK.
  • 6. Pankaj A: MRI evaluation of bioabsorbable implants in ACL reconstruction. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 7. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Dome Osteotomy for Posttraumatic cubitus varus. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 8. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: TRAP approach for intercondylar fractures of humerus: a clinical study. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 9. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: Conversion of failed hemiarthroplasty to THA: A short to mid-term follow-up study. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 10. Pankaj A, Malhotra R, Bhan S: One stage vs. twos stage bilateral THA in Asian population. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008
  • 11. Pruthi M, Pankaj A: Galeazzi Fracture equivalent in Children: A case Series. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008
  • 12. Pankaj A, Jain A: Osteochondral defect of Patella: An unusual diagnosis. SICOT AIC 2009, Pattaya, Thailand.
  • 13. Pankaj A, Jain A: Pathological fracture of neck of femur: A novel method of treatment. AIC 2009, Pattaya, Thailand.
  • 14. Pankaj A, Jain A: Role of Hydroxyapatite based bone substitute in benign lesions of bone. AIC 2009, Pattaya, Thailand.
  • 15. Pankaj A, Kochar V, Chadha M, Arora S: Results of proximal femoral nail in intertrochanteric fractures of the hip with compromised lateral femoral wall: A clinical outcome study. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 16. Pankaj A, Kumar L, Sharma G, Kochar V. Sub-trochanteric fractures of Femur: Results of closed/mini-open reduction and minimally invasive fixation with reverse distal femoral locking plate (R-DFLP) utilizing a new technical trick. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 17. Pankaj A, Kumar L, Sharma G, Kochar V. Total Hip Replacement for Sequelae of childhood hip disease: Results at short to mid-term follow-up. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 18. Pankaj A, Sharma G. Orientation of ACL graft in Transtibial or Transportal Technique: An MRI comparative study. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.

CHAPTER IN BOOKS (15)

  • 1. Yadav C S, Mahesh BH, Pankaj A: Arthropathies. Geriatric Medicine Post-graduate Certificate Course, Indian Medical Association 2002.
  • 2. Seven Chapters in “Key Issues in Hip Arthroplasty” dealing with various aspects of hip arthroplasty.
  • 3. Pankaj A, Malhotra R: Total hip replacement in acetabular fractures. “The acetabular Fracture”, Elsevier, 2009
  • 4. Pankaj A, Malhotra R: Total knee Replacement for Varus Deformity. Mastering Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery: Total Knee Replacement. Jaypee Brothers, 2010
  • 5. Pankaj A, Mishra P, Malhotra R: Distal Humerus Fractures: Parallel Plating Technique Using Triceps Reflecting Anconeus Pedicle (TRAP) Approach. . Mastering Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery: Intraarticular Fractures. Jaypee Brothers, 2012.
  • 6. Pankaj A: Single Bundle Anatomic Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction with Hamstrings Using Variable Length Looped Button Device. Mastering Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery: Knee Reconstructive Surgery. Jaypee Brothers, 2015.
  • 7. Pankaj A, Chahar D: Arthroscopic Decompression of Baker’s Cyst. Mastering Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery: Knee Reconstructive Surgery. Jaypee Brothers, 2015.
  • 8. Pankaj A, Easwaran R: Reconstruction of Medial Collateral Ligament and Associated Medial Knee Stabilizers. Mastering Techniques in Orthopedic Surgery: Knee Reconstructive Surgery. Jaypee Brothers, 2015.
  • 9. Pankaj A. Subtrochanteric Fractures: Minimally Invasive Extramedullary Fracture Fixation Technique

NATIONAL PAPERS/ CME LECTURES (93)

  • 1. Evaluation and Mangement of Post Traumatic Reflex Sympathetic Dystrophy of the hand – DOACON, Jan 2001.
  • 2. Role of Fresh Frozen Allografts in Orthopaedics – DOACON, Jan 2002.
  • 3. Synovial Sarcoma Around Knee: A case report- International Symposium on Bone Tumours Sept 2002, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 4. Operative Exposure in Total Knee Arthroplasty. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty- Sept 2003, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 5. Biomechanics of Bone Allografts Transplantation. National Symposium on Musculoskeletal Allografts- March 2004, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 6. Pre-operative templating in Total Hip Arthroplasty. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty- Sept. 18-19th 2004, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 7. Fracture and Fracture/dislocations of proximal humerus. Annual meeting DOACON, Nov 20-22, 2004, New Delhi.
  • 8. Etiology and modes of failure of THA. Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi.
  • 9. Current concepts of Metal-on-metal arthroplasty. Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi.
  • 10. Common surgical technique of ASR. Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi.
  • 11. Economics of TKR. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, Feb 18th 2007
  • 12. Alarm bells in TKR. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, Feb 18th 2007
  • 13. Correction of flexion deformity in TKR. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, August 18th, 2007
  • 14. Role of MRI in evaluation of biodegradable implants in ACL reconstruction using quadrupled hamstrings graft. Sports Medcon, Annual meeting of Indian Federation of Sports Medicine 2007, Nov 16-18th, New Delhi.
  • 15. Assessment and treatment of Meniscus injuries. Arthroscopy Workshop, Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association Jan 6th-7th 2008, New Delhi.
  • 16. Conversion of failed Hemiarthroplasy to Total hip replacement. 2nd Annual Meeting of Indian Society of Hip and Knee Surgeons, Chennai, 26-27 April 2008
  • 17. Current concepts in metal-on-metal arthroplasty. CME on hip resurfacing, Dr. Hedgewar Hospital, Delhi, Nov 2nd 2008
  • 18. Surgical technique of hip resurfacing. CME on hip resurfacing, Dr. Hedgewar Hospital, Delhi, Nov 2nd 2008
  • 19. Fixation Options for Hamstrings Graft in ACL Reconstruction. Arthroscopy Workshop- IOACON 2008, 2nd Dec 2008, Bangalore.
  • 20. MRI evaluation of biodegradable implants in ACL reconstruction. Annual Conference DOACON, Delhi, January 2009.
  • 21. Fixation of Hamstrings in ACL reconstruction. DOA MIDCON 2009, August 2nd 2009, Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
  • 22. Technique of dome osteotomy in pediatric elbow. SDOS Elbow Symposium. August 29th 2009, Delhi
  • 23. Ipsilateral Femoral Shaft and Neck Fractures: Rationale of Treatment. Haryana Chapter of IOA Trauma Symposium. Sept 20th 2009, Karnal Haryana
  • 24. Clinical Examination of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 12-13th Dec 2009, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 25. Imaging of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 12-13th Dec 2009, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 26. Reduction Racquets: An innovative device for reduction of femoral shaft fractures: DOACON 9-10th Jan 2010, AIIMS, Delhi.
  • 27. ACL avulsion: Results of new suture pull out technique: DOACON 9-10th Jan 2010, AIIMS, Delhi.
  • 28. Clinical Examination and Evaluation of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 13-14th Feb 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 29. Imaging of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 13-14th Feb 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
  • 30. ACL injury in Adolescents. . IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 13-14th Feb 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
  • 31. Clinical Examination and Evaluation of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 7th-8th Aug 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 32. Arthroscopic Synovectomy, Plica Excision and Loose body removal. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 7th-8th Aug 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 33. Bony defects and its implications in shoulder instability. International Symposium on Shoulder Surgery. Nov. 13-14th 2010, Fortis Hospital, Delhi
  • 34. Fat Embolism Syndrome in Multiple Long Bone Fractures. Traumacon 2010. JPNATC, AIIMS, Nov, 2010
  • 35. Pre-operative Templating and Planning in Total Hip Replacement. Primary THA Workshop, DOACON 2010, Jan 8th 2011
  • 36. Assessment of Bony Defects in recurrent shoulder instability. DOACON 2010, Jan 8th 2011
  • 37. Total Hip Replacement for Sequelae of Childhood Disorders. DOACON 2010, Jan 8th 2011
  • 38. Clinical Examination and Evaluation of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 29-30th Jan 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi.
  • 39. Imaging of the knee. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 29-30th Jan 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi
  • 40. ACL injury in Adolescents. IAS Cadaveric ACL Knee Course. 29-30th Jan 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi
  • 41. Transition from Transtibial to Transportal Technique: Problems and Solutions. 2nd Basic Knee & Shoulder Arthroplasty Workshop & 6th International Symposium On Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic  Surgery. Indian Spinal Injuries Center. Delhi, 25th-26th Feb 2011
  • 42. Bony Deficiency and Implications in Recurrent Shoulder Instability. 2nd Basic Knee & Shoulder Arthroplasty Workshop & 6th International Symposium On Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic  Surgery. Indian Spinal Injuries Center. Delhi, 25th-26th Feb 2011
  • 43. Inverted Pear Glenoid and Hill Sach’s in Recurrent Shoulder Instability.
  • 7th Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Workshop (SMAW 2011) Conference. 5th-6th March 2011. New Delhi.
  • 44. Clinical Evaluation of Multiligamentous Knee Injury. 2nd MAMC ARTHROSCOPY & SPORTS INJURY UPDATE 2011, 23-24th April 2011. New Delhi.
  • 45. Clinical and Radiographic assessment of Bone Defects in Recurrent shoulder instability. IASCON 2011, 9-11th Sept. India Habitat Center, Delhi.
  • 46. Check X Rays: The Good The Bad and The Ugly. Total Hip Workshop. DOACON 2011, 5th Nov 2011, Sant Parmanand Hospital, Delhi
  • 47. Posterior Knee Arthroscopy. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association DOACON 2011, 5-6th Nov 2011, IHC, Delhi.
  • 48. Conversion of Failed Hemiarthroplasty to Total Hip Replacement. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association DOACON 2011, 5-6th Nov 2011, IHC, Delhi.
  • 49. Bony lesions in shoulder instability: A scientific Approach. Advanced Arthroscopy Workshop, IOACON 2011, NOIDA.
  • 50. Orientation of ACL graft via Transtibial or Transportal technique: An MRI comparative study. AA Mehta Gold Medal Session. IOACON 2011, Noida, India.
  • 51. Meniscal Repair vs Meniscectomy: Short and Long Term Results. 3rd MAMC arthroscopy & sports injury update on 11th & 12th Feb,2012. Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi India.
  • 52. Posterior Knee Arthroscopy. 7th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty ( 17th – 19th February 2012 , Isic , New Delhi )
  • 53. Transtibial Or Transportal Acl Reconstruction: Panel Discussion. 7th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty ( 17th – 19th February 2012 , Isic , New Delhi )
  • 54. Bony Instability Shoulder. 7th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty ( 17th – 19th February 2012 , Isic , New Delhi )
  • 55. Mri Of Knee. 7th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty ( 17th – 19th February 2012 , Isic , New Delhi )
  • 56. Examination Of Shoulder. 7th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty ( 17th – 19th February 2012 , Isic , New Delhi )
  • 57. Master Video: Congruent Arc Latarjet’s Procedure. Shouldercon 2012, 23rd-25th Feb 2012, Kolkatta, India.
  • 58. Master Video: Modified Weaver Dunn Procedure for neglected AC Joint Dislocations. Shouldercon 2012, 23rd-25th Feb 2012 Kolkatta, India.
  • 59. Transition from Transtibial to Transportal Technique: Problems and Solutions. 8th Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Workshop (SMAW 2011) Conference. 3rd-4th March 2012. New Delhi.
  • 60. Clinical Anatomy of Shoulder. Delhi Shoulder Course. 17-18th March 2012. Sitaram Bhartiya Hospital, Delhi, India
  • 61. Fisrt Time Dislocator. Delhi Shoulder Course. 17-18th March 2012. Sitaram Bhartiya Hospital, Delhi, India
  • 62. Imaging of Knee Ligaments: Musculoskeletal Imaging 2012. Delhi
  • 63. Bearing Options in Total Hip Arthroplasty. Oct 3rd-7th 2012. Asia Pacific Orthopedics Association Golden Jubilee Annual Congress Delhi.
  • 64. Posterior Knee Arthroscopy. Oct 3rd-7th 2012. Asia Pacific Orthopedics Association Golden Jubilee Annual Congress Delhi.
  • 65. Microfracture and management of chondral injuries. Nov 8th 2012, Congress of Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine (CASM 2012) Jaipur.
  • 66. Chronic Ac Joint Injury & Management. 8th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty, Radisson Blu Delhi. Fen 22nd To 24th 2013.
  • 67. Clinical Evaluation Of Shoulder Pathologies. 8th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty, Radisson Blu Delhi. Fen 22nd To 24th 2013.
  • 68. Anatomical Acl Reconstruction – Single Vs Double Bundle. 8th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty, Radisson Blu Delhi. Fen 22nd to 24th 2013.
  • 69. TKR in severe varus. 8th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty, Radisson Blu Delhi. Fen 22nd to 24th 2013.
  • 70. What is engaging Hill Sach’s & its management. SMAW 2nd -3rd March. Gangaram Hospital, Delhi
  • 71. How to Examine the Knee. 3rd Delhi Knee Course. March 30 – 31, 2013.
  • 72. Surgical approach & exposure (with video). Basic Arthroplasty Course. Fortis Hospital Noida. Aug 2nd-3rd 2013
  • 73. Bony Cuts in Total Knee replacement. Basic Arthroplasty Course. Fortis Hospital Noida. Aug 2nd-3rd 2013
  • 74. Current Concepts in Recurrent Dislocation of shoulder. Delhi Orthopaedic Association Annual Congress 2013. 9-10th November 2013 at Scope Convention Center, New Delhi
  • 75. “Modified Latarjet’s Procedure”. DITO Shoulder Update Course. Nov 30th 2013. Delhi
  • 76. Clinical Evaluation of Knee: How not to miss? Asian Arthroscopy Society  Knee Course Dec 4th 2013. IOACON 2013. Agra
  • 77. The problems of Patella instability: Imaging and Planning When to operate. Asian Arthroscopy Society Knee Course Dec 4th 2013. IOACON 2013. Agra
  • 78. Bony Instability: Decision Making. IOACON 2013 INDO BRITISH SHOULDER COURSE, Dec 4th 2013. Agra
  • 79. Planning of THR. 1st Live Meerut Hip Arthroplasty Symposium, Dec 22nd 2013.
  • 80. Surgical Approach. 1st Live Meerut Hip Arthroplasty Symposium, Dec 22nd 2013.
  • 81. Implant Selection in THR. 1st Live Meerut Hip Arthroplasty Symposium, Dec 22nd 2013.
  • 82. Complex Issues in THR. 1st Live Meerut Hip Arthroplasty Symposium, Dec 22nd 2013.
  • 83. Cartilage lesions of Knee: current aspects of Management. Delhi Orthopedic Association MIDCON 2014. India Habitat Center Delhi.
  • 84. Post-operative Evaluation of XRays in THA. Musculoskeletal Imaging 3rd August 2014. Delhi
  • 85. Evolution of ACL reconstruction and need for same. 9th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty. Sept 4-7th 2014. Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon.
  • 86. Strategies for management of bone defects in primary TKR. 9th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty. Sept 4-7th 2014. Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon.
  • 87. Management of acute shoulder dislocation: what is in and what is out? 9th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty. Sept 4-7th 2014. Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon.
  • 88. Pearls and pitfalls during knee arthroscopy. 9th International Symposium On Current Concepts In Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic Surgery & Arthroplasty Sept 4-7th 2014. Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon.
  • 89. ACL reconstruction: femoral remnant preservation. 13th Indian Arthroscopy Society Congress. Oct 10th-12th 2014. Hyderabad.
  • 90. Patella baja and posterior capsular release. 13th Indian Arthroscopy Society Congress. Oct 10th-12th 2014. Hyderabad.
  • 91. Dealing with Bone loss in shoulder instability. Annual Congress of Delhi Orthopedic Association. Nov 1st to 2nd 2014. MAMC and Hospitals.
  • 92. Bearing Surfaces in Total Hip replacement. Annual Congress of Delhi Orthopedic Association. Nov 1st to 2nd 2014. MAMC and Hospitals.
  • 93. Single Bundle ACL reconstruction: Video Lecture. Annual Congress of NZIOA. 14-15th Feb 2015. Rohtak.

INTERNATIONAL PRESENTATIONS (18)

  • 1. Post Traumatic Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) of the Hand: Current role of Sympathetic Skin Response (SSR) and Three Phase Bone Scintigraphy (TPBS) in its Diagnosis. 25th Annual Scientific Meeting of Australian Pain Society, March 7-10th 2004, held in Canberra, Australia.
  • 2. The Role of Sympathetic Skin Response (SSR) and Three Phase Bone Scintigraphy (TPBS) in the Diagnosis and Management of Post Traumatic Complex Regional Pain Syndrome (CRPS) of the Hand. 22nd Annual Meeting of Mid America Orthopedic Association, April 14-18th 2004, held in La Quinta California, USA.
  • 3. Dome osteotomy for posttraumatic cubitus varus: A surgical technique to avoid lateral condylar prominence. Poster presented at Orthopedic Trauma Association Annual Meeting, Oct. 8-10 2004, held in Ft. Lauderdale, USA and at DOACON Annual Meeting, Nov. 20-21 2004, AIIMS, New Delhi.
  • 4. One stage or two stage bilateral THA: A prospective, randomized controlled study in an Asian population. Current advances and techniques in joint replacement, Ranawat Orthopedic Research Foundation Annual Meeting, January 18-20th 2007, Mumbai, India.
  • 5. MRI evaluation of bioabsorbable implants in ACL reconstruction. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 6. Dome Osteotomy for Posttraumatic cubitus varus. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 7. TRAP approach for intercondylar fractures of humerus: a clinical study. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 8. Conversion of failed hemiarthroplasty to THA: A short to mid-term follow-up study. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 9. One stage vs. two stage bilateral THA in Asian population. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 10. Galeazzi Fracture equivalent in children: A case series. SICOT Triennial World Congress 2008, HongKong, 24th-28th Aug 2008.
  • 11. Graft orientation via transportal or transtibial Technique: An MRI comparative study. Annual Meeting of IOS-UK at National Motorcycle Museum Birmingham UK, 25-26th June 2011
  • 12. Pankaj A, Kochar V, Chadha M, Arora S: Results of proximal femoral nail in intertrochanteric fractures of the hip with compromised lateral femoral wall: A clinical outcome study. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 13. Pankaj A, Kumar L, Sharma G, Kochar V. Sub-trochanteric fractures of Femur: Results of closed/mini-open reduction and minimally invasive fixation with reverse distal femoral locking plate (R-DFLP) utilizing a new technical trick. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 14. Pankaj A, Kumar L, Sharma G, Kochar V. Total Hip Replacement for Sequelae of childhood hip disease: Results at short to mid-term follow-up. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 15. Pankaj A, Sharma G. Orientation of ACL graft in Transtibial or Transportal Technique: An MRI comparative study. Annual scientific Meeting of Australian and New Zealand Orthopedic Association, Oct 9-14th 2011, Rotorua, New Zealand.
  • 16. Arthroscopic Assessment Of Significant Bone Loss In Recurrent Shoulder Instability And Results Of Congruent Arc Latarjet’S Procedure: A Clinical Study. 9th Biennial ISAKOS Congress • Toronto, Canada • May 12-16, 2013
  • 17. Anterior Cruciate Ligament and its relation to Anterior Horn of Lateral Meniscus: An MRI based morphometric study in Indian patients. XXVI SICOT Triennial World Congress combined with 46th SBOT Annual meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19 to 22 November 2014.
  • 18. Tibial Position of Anterior Cruciate Ligament: An MRI based morphometric study in Indian patients. XXVI SICOT Triennial World Congress combined with 46th SBOT Annual meeting, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, 19 to 22 November 2014.

LIVE SURGICAL DEMONSTRATIONS

  • 1. “Modified Latarjet’s Procedure”. DITO Shoulder Update Course. Nov 30th 2013. Delhi
  • 2. “Anatomic Single Bundle Reconstruction” Delhi Orthopaedic Association Annual Congress 2013. 9-10th November 2013
  • INVITED FACULTY AT
  • 1. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty- Sept 2003, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
  • 2. National Symposium on Musculoskeletal Allografts- March 2004, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India
  • 3. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty- Sept. 18-19th 2004, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi, India.
  • 4. Workshop on Revision THR, Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi.
  • 5. Workshop on Hip Resurfacing, Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi.
  • 6. Workshop on Advanced Arthroscopy, Annual Conference (IOACON) 2006, New Delhi
  • 7. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, Ethicon Institute Delhi Feb 18th 2007
  • 8. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, Ethicon Institute Delhi August 18th 2007
  • 9. Sports Medcon, Annual meeting of Indian Federation of Sports Medicine 2007, Nov 16-18th, New Delhi
  • 10. Delhi Arthroplasty Course, Ethicon Institute Delhi Feb 18th 2008
  • 11. Arthroscopy Workshop, Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association Jan 6th-7th 2008, New Delhi
  • 12. CME on Hip Resurfacing Arthroplasty, Dr. Hedgewar Hospital, Nov 2nd 2008, Delhi
  • 13. Basic Knee Arthroscopy Workshop, Annual Conference (IOACON) Dec 2nd 2008, Bangalore
  • 14. Teleconferencing for DNB candidates IGNOU, Delhi, 20th Nov 2008
  • 15. DOACON 2008, Jan 10th-11th 2009, Lady Hardinge Medical College New Delhi, India.
  • 16. DOA MIDCON 2009, August 2nd 2009, Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi
  • 17. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty: Arthroplasty in Young and Active. August 22nd-23rd 2009, AIIMS, New Delhi
  • 18. SDOS Elbow Symposium. August 29th 2009, Delhi
  • 19. Haryana Chapter of IOA Trauma Symposium. Sept 20th 2009, Karnal Haryana
  • 20. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 12-13th Dec 2009, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 21. Delhi Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting. 9-10th Jan 2010, AIIMS, New Delhi India
  • 22. Basic Knee Arthroplasty Workshop. Delhi Orthopedic Association Annual Meeting. 9th Jan 2010, Essex Farms, New Delhi India.
  • 23. IAS Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 13-14th Feb 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 24. IAS Cadaveric Advanced Knee Course. 13-14th Feb 2010, Artemis Hospital and Safdarjung Hospital, Delhi.
  • 25. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty: Mastering Arthroplasty Techniques. 21-22nd August 2010, AIIMS, New Delhi, India.
  • 26. International Symposium on Shoulder Surgery. Nov. 13-14th 2010, Fortis Hospital, Delhi
  • 27. Trauma CME and live and Cadaveric Arthroscopy Workshop, Nov. 20-21st, 2010, Army College of Medical Sciences and Base Hospital, Delhi, India.
  • 28. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association. DOACON 2010, Jan 8th 2010
  • 29. Indian Arthroscopy Society Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 29-30th Jan 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi
  • 30. 2ND Basic Knee & Shoulder Arthroplasty Workshop & 6th International Symposium On Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopic  Surgery. Indian Spinal Injuries Center. Delhi, 25th-26th Feb 2011
  • 31. 7th Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Workshop (SMAW 2011) Conference. 5th-6th March 2011. New Delhi
  • 32. Indian Arthroscopy Society Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 9-10 th April 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi
  • 33. 2nd MAMC ARTHROSCOPY & SPORTS INJURY UPDATE 2011, 23-24th April 2011. New Delhi.
  • 34. 1st Jaipur Knee and Shoulder Course. Jaipur July 23rd and 24th 2011
  • 35. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty and First Indo British Combine Meeting of British Society of Knee Surgeons. AIIMS 21-23rd August 2011
  • 36. CME on Musculoskeletal Imaging, Delhi Orthopedic Association, Delhi 28th August 2011.
  • 37. Annual Meeting of Indian Arthroscopy Society IASCON 2011, 9th-11th Sept 2011, India Habitat Center, Delhi.
  • 38. Annual Conference of Delhi Orthopedic Association DOACON 2011, 5-6th Nov 2011, IHC, Delhi.
  • 39. Indian Arthroscopy Society Cadaveric Basic Knee Course. 12-13th November 2011, Sports Injury Center, Delhi.
  • 40. Advanced Arthroscopy Workshop, 7th Dec 2011, IOACON 2011, Pushpanjali Crosslay Hospital, Ghaziabad.
  • 41. 3rd MAMC arthroscopy & sports injury update on 11th & 12th Feb,2012. Maulana Azad Medical College, Delhi India.
  • 42. 7TH INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KNEE & SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY & ARTHROPLASTY ( 17TH – 19TH FEBRUARY 2012 , ISIC , NEW DELHI )
  • 43. Shouldercon 2012, 23rd-25th Feb 2012, Kolkatta, India.
  • 44. 8th Sports Medicine & Arthroscopy Workshop (SMAW 2011) Conference. 3rd-4th March 2012. New Delhi.
  • 45. Delhi Shoulder Course. 17-18th March 2012. Sitaram Bhartiya Hospital, Delhi, India
  • 46. Musculoskeletal Imaging. July 2012, RML PGIMER, Delhi Orthopedic Association.
  • 47. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty 2012. August 2012, AIIMS, New Delhi, India.
  • 48. Golden Jubilee Congress of Asia Pacific Orthopedic Association Oct 3rd to 7th 2012, Delhi, India.
  • 49. Congress of Arthroscopy and Sports Medicine (Combined meeting of IAS, APPOSM, APKS) CASM 2012, Nov 8th-11th Jaipur 2012.
  • 50. Delhi Arthroscopy Course. 12-13th January 2013, Sports Injury Center and Hotel Grand Delhi.
  • 51. 8th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KNEE & SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY & ARTHROPLASTY, Radisson Blu Delhi. Fen 22nd to 24th 2013.
  • 52. SMAW 2nd -3rd March. Gangaram Hospital, Delhi
  • 53. 3rd Delhi Knee Course. March 30 – 31, 2013
  • 54. IIAS CON 2013. Mumbai
  • 55. Delhi Orthopaedic Association Annual Congress 2013. 9-10th November 2013 at Scope Convention Center, New Delhi.
  • 56. DITO Shoulder Update Course. Nov 30th 2013. Delhi
  • 57. Asian Arthroscopy Society Knee Course Dec 4th 2013. IOACON 2013. Agra
  • 58. IOACON 2013 INDO BRITISH SHOULDER COURSE, Dec 4th 2013. Agra
  • 59. 1st Live Meerut Hip Arthroplasty Symposium, Dec 22nd 2013.
  • 60. Delhi Arthroscopy Course 2014, Feb 1st-2nd 2014. Leela Palace, New Delhi.
  • 61. 4th Arthroscopy & Sports Injury Update 2014. May 4th 2014
  • 62. Pune Knee Course 2014. 26th-27th April 2014.
  • 63. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty. Aug 16th-17th 2014. AIIMS, New Delhi.
  • 64. Delhi Orthopedic Association MIDCON 2014. India Habitat Center Delhi.
  • 65. Musculoskeletal Imaging. August rd 2014. RML PGIMER Delhi.
  • 66. 9th INTERNATIONAL SYMPOSIUM ON CURRENT CONCEPTS IN KNEE & SHOULDER ARTHROSCOPIC SURGERY & ARTHROPLASTY. Sept 4-7th 2014. Leela Kempinski, Gurgaon.
  • 67. 13th Indian Arthroscopy Society Congress. Oct 10th-12th 2014. Hyderabad.
  • 68. Annual Congress of Delhi Orthopedic association. Nov 1st to 2nd 2014. MAMC and Hospitals.
  • 69. Shoulderelbowcon 2015: Annual Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Society of Inida. 24th-25th Jan 2015. Indian institute of Mass Comm Delhi.
  • 70. Annual Congress of NZIOA. 14-15th Feb 2015. Rohtak.

CHAIRPERSON/CONVENER

  • 1. Chaired a session on Live Surgical Demonstration. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty: Arthroplasty in Young and Active. August 22nd-23rd 2009, AIIMS, New Delhi
  • 2. Chairperson for session on Total Hip Replacement. Current Concepts in Arthroplasty: Mastering Arthroplasty Techniques. 21-22nd August 2010, AIIMS, New Delhi, India.
  • 3. Chairperson for Session on Rotator Cuff Disease. International Symposium on Shoulder Surgery. Nov. 13-14th 2010, Fortis Hospital, Delhi
  • 4. Convener of Session on Bony Instability in Shoulder. Annual Meeting of Indian Arthroscopy Society IASCON 2011, 9th-11th Sept 2011, India Habitat Center, Delhi.
  • 5. Convener of Miscellaneous Shoulder session. Annual Meeting of Indian Arthroscopy Society IASCON 2011, 9th-11th Sept 2011, India Habitat Center, Delhi.
  • 6. Convener of Quiz. Annual Meeting of Indian Arthroscopy Society. IASCON 2011, 9th-11th Sept 2011, India Habitat Center, Delhi.

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