Dr. Karthik Vishwanathan Spine and Joint Replacement Surgeon in Anand

Dr. Karthik Vishwanathan
Spine and Joint Replacement Surgeon, Anand

MS (Ortho), DNB (Ortho), MRCS (Edin), M.Sc (UK), MCh (Orth-UK), MNAMS

  • Languages :English, Hindi, Gujarati, Tamil

Experience

Professor and Orthopaedic Surgeon, Shri Krishna hospital and Pramukhswami Medical College, Charutar Arogya Mandal, Anand March, 2018 -  Present

Orthopaedic surgeon and Associate Professor, Shri Krishna hospital and Pramukhswami Medical College, Charutar Arogya Mandal, Anand March, 2015 -  Present

Orthopaedic Surgeon and Assistant Professor, Shri Krishna hospital and Pramukhswami Medical College, Charutar Arogya Mandal, Anand August, 2013 -  Present

Orthopaedic surgeon and Assistant Professor, SSG hospital and Baroda Medical College, Baroda April, 2003 -  Present

Orthopaedic surgeon and Assistant Professor, New civil hospital and Government medical college, Surat May, 2002 -  Present

Specialities

  • Spine and Joint Replacement

  • Joint Replacement Surgery

Procedures

  • Knee Cartilage Repair

  • Knee Cartilage Treatment

  • Knee Debridement

  • Knee Ligament Reconstruction

  • Knee Osteotomy

Expertise

  • Joint replacement surgery, Total knee replacement, Total hip replacement, Shoulder replacement, Elbow replacement
  • Joint reconstruction procedures
  • Joint preservation procedures
  • Arthroscopy and sports medicine (ACL reconstruction, MCL reconstruction etc)
  • Shoulder surgery (rotator cuff repair, shoulder stabilization etc)
  • Elbow surgery (tennis elbow, golfer elbow etc)
  • Wrist and Hand (carpal tunnel release, trigger finger release, hand arthritis, deformity correction, tendon repair and transfer etc)
  • Spine surgery (lumbar disc surgery, stenosis decompressive surgery, TB spine surgery etc)
  • Foot and ankle surgery (bunion, deformity correction surgery, fusion, tendon transfer)
  • Trauma (Complex fracture fixation, polytrauma)

Education

MS (Orthopaedics), 2001, Baroda Medical College MS University, Baroda, India

MBBS, 1998, Baroda Medical College, MS University, Baroda, India

DNB (Orthopaedics), 2005, The National Board of examinations, India, Delhi, India

MRCS Ed, 2007, The Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh, UK, Edinburgh, UK

M Sc (Orthopaedics-UK), 2009, Wrightington hospital, University of Central Lancashire, UK, Preston, UK

M Ch (Orthopaedics-UK), 2011, Wrightington hospital, Edge Hill University, UK, Ormskirk, UK

MNAMS, 2017, National academy of medical sciences, Delhi, India

Practice Information

Shree Krishna Hospital, Anand

Shree Krishna Hospital, Anand

Karamsad , H M Patel Centre For Medical & Research Centre, Gokal Nagar, Anand, Gujarat - 388325

Pramukhswami Medical College & Shree Krishna Hospital, Anand

Pramukhswami Medical College & Shree Krishna Hospital, Anand

Gokal Nagar, Anand Sojitra Road, Karamsad, Anand, Gujarat - 388325

Patient Experience

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Achievements & Contributions

  • Simple, cost effective technique to create a double loaded suture anchor from an unloaded suture anchor. Podium presentation, ISKSAA Global Summit 2018, Leeds, UK, 22nd June 2018
  • Comparison of interfragmentary compression produced by conical tapered screw and shanked screw in scaphoid fracture. Oral podium presentation, RC Challan Gold medal competition in basic science category, IOACON 2017, Indore, 29th Dec 2017
  • Is there any difference in functional outcome and union status in intertrochanteric femur fractures treated with long or short proximal femoral nail?E-poster presentation, IOACON 2017, Indore, 29th Dec 2017
  • Is there any difference in incidence of anterior thigh pain after short and long proximal femoral nail?Poster presentation, IOACON 2017, Indore, 29th Dec 2017
  • Novel surgical correction and innovative splint for swan neck deformity in hypermobility syndrome. Poster presentation, 18th EFORT Congress, Vienna, 31st May to 2nd June 2017
  • Meta-analysis on interfragmentary compression produced by dual component screw and single component shanked screw in scaphoid fracture. Poster presentation, 18th EFORT Congress, Vienna, 31st May to 2nd June 2017
  • Which is the strongest method of fixation of distal biceps rupture? A Meta-analysis on biomechanical properties of common devices used in fixation of distal biceps rupture.Poster presentation, ISKSAA Global summit, New Delhi, 21st to 23rd November 2016
  • Systematic review comparing psychometric properties of objective structured assessment instruments of technical performance during knee arthroscopy. Poster presentation, 17th EFORT Congress, Geneva, Switzerland, 1st to 3rd June 2016
  • Which outcome instrument is the best predictor of successful outcome of lumbar discectomy?Oral presentation, ISSICON 2014 (International Conference), November 2014, Karamsad, India
  • Validity, reliability and responsiveness of SF-12 in surgically treated lumbar disc herniation. Poster presentation, ISSICON 2014 (International Conference), November 2014, Karamsad
  • Degenerative lumbar spine surgery at a district general hospital and the importance of patient reported outcome measure questionnaires. Oral presentation, The Society for back pain research conference, Dublin, Ireland, November 2014
  • Outcome of total elbow replacement: a four-year mean follow up. Oral presentation, 8th Combined meeting of orthopaedic research societies (CORS), October 2013, Venice, Italy
  • Discovery elbow system: Outcome of total elbow replacement.  Oral presentation at 12th International Congress of Shoulder and Elbow Surgery (ICSES 2013), Nagoya (Japan), April 2013
  • Reproducibility of Watson and Ballet classification for scapholunate advanced collapse (SLAC) of wrist. Oral presentation at British society for surgery of the hand (BSSH)Spring scientific meeting, Manchester, April 2011
  • Interobserver and intraobserver agreement of classification for scaphoid nonunion advanced collapse (SNAC) of wrist. Oral presentation at British society for surgery of the hand (BSSH)Spring scientific meeting, Manchester, April 2011
  • Comparison of outcome of Total elbow replacement in inflammatory andNon-inflammatory arthritis. Oral presentation at Mersey region SpR research meeting, Chester, June2010 Awarded First runner up prize
  • Medium-term clinical outcome of second generation Wallis interspinous implant. Slide presentation at British Association of Spine Surgeons (BASS) proceedings, Edinburgh, February 2011
  • Change in Functional outcome and elbow range of motion over the first 2-years with linked Total elbow prosthesis. Poster presentation at 10th EFORT Congress, Vienna, June 2009
  • Comparison of functional outcome of linked Total elbow replacement in non-inflammatory and inflammatory arthritis. Poster presentation at 10th EFORT Congress, Vienna, June 2009
  • Comparison of primary and revision Total elbow replacement using linked prosthesis. Poster presentation at 10th EFORT Congress, Vienna, June 2009
  • Muscular strength profile in patients with tennis elbow: an upper extremity kinetic chain approach. Poster presentation at 55th Annual meeting of Orthopaedic Research Society,Las Vegas, USA, February 2009
  • Early Results Following Discovery Total Elbow Replacement - The Liverpool Experience. Poster presentation at 21st Annual meeting of SECEC – ESSSE, Brugge,Belgium, September 2008
  • External fixator supplemented by K-wires in management of comminuted fracture of distal end radius.Oral presentation at 8th EFORT congress, Florence, Italy, May 2007
  • Analysis of treatment outcome of malignant peripheral nerve sheath tumours(MPNST). Poster presentation at 8th EFORT congress, Florence, Italy, May 2007
  • Outcome of treatment of solitary benign peripheral nerve tumours. Poster presentation at 8th EFORT congress, Florence, Italy, May 2007
  • Recovered Tennis Elbow: A Functional and EMG Assessment of Upper Limb. Poster presentation at 2007 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons, San Diego, California, February 2007
  • Closed Reduction and Interlock nail fixation of diaphyseal fractures of forearm in adults. Poster presentation at 22nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic Trauma Association (OTA), Phoenix, Arizona, US, October 2006
  • Which is better? Ender nails or Interlock nails for humeral shaft fractures. Poster presentation at 22nd Annual Meeting of the Orthopaedic TraumaAssociation (OTA), Phoenix, Arizona, US, October 2006
  • Closed Interlock intramedullary nailing of adult diaphyseal fractures of forearm. Poster presentation at 2006 BOA annual congress, Glasgow, September 2006
  • Which is better for open tibial shaft fractures- Ender nail or interlocking nail?Oral presentation at 7th European trauma congress, Slovenia, May 2006.
  • Ender nails versus interlocking nail for humeral shaft fractures. Presented as poster at 7th European trauma congress, Slovenia, May 2006.
  • Ender nail versus interlocking nail for open tibial shaft fractures. Podium presentation at British Orthopaedic Specialist Association 2006 annual meeting, Wrightington hospital, UK, April 2006
  • Multiple flexible intramedullary nail fixation of paediatric closed femoral shaft fractures. Poster presentation at British Orthopaedic Specialist Association 2006 annual meeting, Wrightington hospital, UK, April 2006
  • An Audit of soft tissue infections of the extremities operated in routine trauma list. Oral presentation at Annual Audit symposium, The Royal College ofSurgeons of Edinburgh, March 2006
  • The Royal College of Surgeons, Edinburgh, UK
  • Indian Medical Association
  • National Academy of Medical Science
  • Kheda Anand Orthopaedic Association