Fellowship in Sports Medicine and Arthroplasty
FELLOWSHIP IN ARTHROPLASTY
GRANDE INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
Duration of Fellowship : 1yr
Eligibility : MS (Ortho)
- To develop a systemic approach to the patients’ problem and decision making skills inmanagement.
- To develop and sharpen skills in examination and assessment of patients with arthritis and related problems requiring joint replacementsurgery.
- To attain basic surgical skills and techniques inarthroplasty.
- Toobtainexperienceinscientificdatacollection,analysisinterpretation, publication and surgicalaudit.
- GeneralOPDpostings. – Months.
- Ward &Theatrepostings. – Months ( Days/Week). OPD,Preopplanningandpostopfollowup,assessment&documentation – ( Days/Week).
- Researchpostings. – Months.
- Peripheralpostings. – Months.
(Adult reconstructive surgery, arthroscopy and sports injuries)
Monthly ----- duties covering the urgent care, patient calls, and inpatient floor
- Assisting arthroplasty surgeries:
- Total hip arthroplasty – Cemented andUncemented.
- Revision hipreplacement.
- Primary total kneearthroplasty.
- Revision kneearthroplasty.
Shoulder arthroplasty :
- Hemi shoulderarthroplasty.
- Total shoulderarthroplasty.
- Reverse shoulderarthroplasty.
- Total elbowarthroplasty.
- Independently will be doing under supervision, hemi arthroplasty of hips, total knee replacement and total hipreplacement.
- Planning and designing a study, data collection, analysis and defending the project/study publishingit.
- Desirable to achieve one Indexed publication(International)
- At least one nationalpublication
- Oral presentations in national conference. Attending at least two major conferences.
- Regular presentations in Local body orthopaedic/Arthroplasymeets
- Maintaining a Log of all Clinical and Surgicalwork
Syllabus :Includes relevant chapters covering various topics listed below for various major joints undergoing replacement arthroplasty routinely.
- Soft tissue handling and theirimportance.
- Implant Biomechanics andmerits/demerits.
- Complications – pre, intra and postoperative.
- Blood management during arthroplastysurgeries.
- Infection inArthroplasty.
- Revisions, Principles andPractice.
Reference books and periodicals :
- Low friction arthroplasty by JohnCharnly.
- Surgery of the knee by JohnInsall.
- Revision total hip arthroplasty by JonesBono.
- Campbell's text book oforthopaedics.
- Surgical techniques in total knee arthroplasty by Seuderi and Tria.
- Joint replacement orthopaedics by BernardMorrey.
- Shoulder arthroplasty by GaryGratsman
- Total joint replacement by WilliamBetty
- Journal ofarthroplasty.
- Journal of Bone and JointSurgery.
- Clinical orthopaedics and relatedresearch.
FELLOWSHIP IN ARTHROSCOPY AND SPORTS MEDICINE
GRANDE INTERNATIONAL HOSPITAL
(TRAINING SCHEDULE AND SYLLABUS)
Duration : 1 year
Eligibility : MS (Ortho)
Objectives : ‐ To develop a systemic approach to the patients’ problem
and decision making skills in management
‐ To develop and sharpen skills in interpretation of
musculoskeletal radiological studies
‐ To attain basic skills in arthroscopy including knowledge of
various specialized instruments and its maintenance.
‐ To obtain experience in scientific data collection, analysis
interpretation, publication and surgical audit.
Training Schedule : ‐ General OPD postings ‐ months
‐ Ward & Theater posting ‐ months ( days/week)
‐ OPD & Follow up ‐ months ( days/week)
‐ Research posting ‐ months
‐ Peripheral posting ‐ months ( Adult reconstructive surgery, sports
rehabilitation, fitness training, on‐field training)
- Monthly - duties covering the Urgent Care, Patient Calls
and Inpatient Floor coverage
‐ Performing basic Knee & Shoulder Arthroscopy
‐ Assisting Advanced Arthroscopic procedures
‐ ACL reconstruction
‐ PCL reconstruction
‐ Multi‐ligament injury reconstruction
‐ ACL/PCL avulsion fixation
‐ MPFL reconstruction
‐ Bankart Repair
‐ Rotator cuff repair
‐ SLAP repair
‐ Subacromial Decompression
‐ Elbow Arthroscopy
‐ Ankle Arthroscopy
Academic requirements: ‐Research work ‐data collection, analysis and paper writing
‐ More than 1 publication in an indexed journal
‐ One presentation in a national level conference
‐ Attending 2 sports tournaments as a sports physician ‐Maintenance of
log book of clinical and surgical work ‐Securing more than 50% in final
Syllabus: Sports Medicine:
- On field Examination – Sideline Physician
- Examination of an Athlete
- Ligament Injuries
- Stress Fracture, RSI
- Principles of Sports Rehabilitation
- Athletic Taping
- Exercise Prescription
- Sports Shoes
- Sports Nutrition
- Arthroscopic Set up & Portal Placements in Knee, Shoulder, Elbow, Wrist, Hip.
- Patellofemoral joint
- Posterolateral complex
- Multiligament injury
- Shoulder Periarthritis
- Shoulder Instability‐anterior, posterior, inferior,multi
- SLAP & Biceps tendon lesions
- Rotator cuff and Impingement
- Scapular dyskinesia
- Ligaments around ankle
- Ankle Impingement
- Osteochondrol lesions
- Ligaments around wrist, TFCC
- Ligaments around elbow
- Lateral Epicondylitis
- Osteochondritis dessicans
- Intra‐articular and Peri‐articular Fractures
Referral Books & Journals
- DeLee and Drez's Orthopaedic Sports Medicine
- Manual of arthroscopic surgery – Michael
- Strobel Rockwood: The Shoulder
- Gartsman – Shoulder Arthroscopy Insall & Scott Surgery of the knee
- Noyes' Knee Disorders: Surgery, Rehabilitation, Clinical Outcomes
- Arthroscopy: The Journal of Arthroscopic and Related Surgery
- Journal of American Academy of Orthopaedic Surgeons
Dr. Chakra Raj Pandey
Chairman-Department of orthopaedic surgery
Director –Arthroscopy,Sports Medicine, Joint
Replacement and Trauma Unit