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Dr Pichai Suryanarayan Chennai India

Dr. Pichai Suryanarayan M.B., M.S.

Senior Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
1982 Bachelor of Medicine & Bachelor of Surgery University of Bombay, Bombay

1986 Master of Surgery (Orthopedics), University of Bombay, Bombay

Special Training
Jan 1987 Aug 1987 Lecturer Orthopedics
King Edward VII Memorial Hospital & Seth G.S. Medical College, Parel, Bombay
Aug 1987 Dec 1988 Lecturer Trauma, Lokamanya Tilak Municipal Medical College & General Hospital, Bombay

Aug 1990 - Dec 1990Fellowship of The Swiss Association for Osteosynthesis & Fracture Healing (AO ASIF), First University Clinic Vienna, Austria. Essen, Germany

Apr 1991 Nov 1991 Fellowship Joint Replacement Surgery Hip & Knee
The Hospital for Special Surgery, New York, USA
Fellowship Chairman Prof. Chitranjan S. Ranawat

Jul 1993 Sep 1993 Fellow Joint Replacement surgeries
The Wagner Clinic, Nuremberg, Germany
Fellowship Chairman Prof. Heinz Wagner

Sept 1996 Nov 1996 Fellow - Division of Orthopaedic Surgery , The Hip Service, Insespital, Bern University of Bern, Switzerland
Chairman Prof.Reinhold Ganz

Aug 1997 Sept 1997 Tissue and Bone Banking
Dept. of Orthopeadic Oncology, Chinese University of Hong Kong, Hong Kong

Professional Awards & Honours

Dr. Menino D'Souza Award"
Best Outgoing Student - University of Bombay 1982

Dipak.L.Kothari Gold Medal
MS Orthopaedic Surgery ---- highest proficiency in the subject 1986 University of Bombay

M.V. Sant Award
Excellent proficiency in orthopedic surgery 1986 University of Bombay

Sectional Editor Trauma and Orthopedics Indian Journal of Surgery 1991-1992
Membership Of Professional Bodies, Associations

Treasurer Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society
Member Indian Arthroplasty Association
Executive Committee AO Alumini Association, India
Member Indian Orthopedic Association
Asia Pacific Orthopaedic Association
Western India Regional Orthopaedic Association
Bombay Orthopedic Society

AO Activities

Association with the activities of AO Group has spanned over the last 12 years and have been actively involved in the teaching and training of the principles of operative fracture care at various seminars and courses.

AO Basic course 1986 New Delhi.

Organizing committee 1 st AO Advanced course Aug 1988 Bombay

Faculty Seminar on bone healing Sept 1989 Chennai.

AO Fellow, Fracture and Trauma Surgery , 1990 Linz Austria,Germany

Advanced Fracture Course - AO International Davos, 1993 Switzerland

Faculty - Combined AO course (basic & advanced) 1994 New Delhi

Faculty - AO Advanced Course 1996 New Delhi

Seminar for course organizers 1997 Davos

Faculty - AO Seminar Complex problems in fracture surgery 2001 Chennai

Active faculty participation in the activities of AO Alumini.

Presentations as Faculty & Guest Speaker
Symposium on poly trauma New Delhi, 1987 Annual meeting - Indian Orthopedic Association , India
Symposium on Infection following implant surgery Madurai, 1988 Annual meeting - Indian Orthopedic Association India

Guest speaker Management of pathological fractures, Indore, 1992 Annual meeting - Association of Surgeons of India India
Guest speaker Neglected trauma around the knee Cochin, 1997 Annual meeting - Indian Orthopedic Association India

Alternative to total knee replacement New Delhi, 1999 2nd meet Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society India

Results of acetabular revision with rings and cages Shanghai, 2000 3rd meet - Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society China

Guest Lecture Fractures of the acetabulum Pondicherry, 2000 Millennium meet of Trauma India

Internal fixation of osteoporotic fractures, injuries Jaipur, 2000 Current concepts - Open fractures of the leg, India

Combined Meeting of American Academy of Orthopedic Surgeons & Indian Orthopedic Association Instructional Course Lectures

Guest Lecture - Surgical stabilization of tuberculosis Manipal, 2001 Annual meeting Karnataka Orthopedic Association, India

Revision total hip surgery and acetabular reconstruction Vizag, 2001 Annual meeting, India Andhra Pradesh Orthopedic Association

Side swipe injuries of elbow Ahemadabad 2001 Annual meeting Indian Orthopedic Association India
THR in Malunited fractures of acetabulum Mangalore, 2001 Annual Meeting Indian Arthroplasty Association, India

Uncemented revision femoral revisions medium term results Seoul 2001 4th Meet - Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society Korea

Avoiding pitfalls in hip replacement surgery Comibatore 2002 Annual Meeting - Tamilnadu Orthopedic Association, India

Symposium Total Knee Replacement Coimbatore 2002 Annual Meeting - Tamilnadu Orthopedic Association, India

Optimizing Bone Loss in Total Knee Replacement Phuket 2002 5th Meet - Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society, Thailand

Total knee replacement in valgus deformities, Limb length inequality following THR, Pune 2002, India
1st Mid term meet Indian Arthroplasty Association

Results of acetabular reconstruction, Bombay, 2002 Bicontact Universal Hip System Meet, India

Neglected trauma around the knee joint, Kakinada, 2002, 32nd Annual Meet, Andhra Pradesh Chapter India

Fixation issues in cemented femoral components
Advances in Joint Replacement Surgery, Indian Orthopedic Association, Winter2003 Goa, India

Uncemented Total Hip Replacement
Ranawat Orthopaedic Foundation Meeing of Orthopaedic Association of South Indian States, Bangalore 2003

Total Hip Replacement following Malunited Acetabular Fractures
6 th Meet - Asia Pacific Arthroplasty Society, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia 2003

Issues in Preoperative planning in Total Hip Replacement
The Exeter Hip Course New Delhi 2003

1. Tips and Tools for removal of implants in Total Hip Replacement
2. Role and scope of High Tibial Osteotomy
3. Condylar liftoff relevance with design in TKR
Joint Replacement State of the Art Mumbai 2003

Management of Infected Total Knee Replacement
48 th Annual Meet Indian Orthopaedic Association Chennai 2003

Total Hip Replacement The Past, The present & The future,
SAARC surgeons Meet, 2003 Kandy, Srilanka

Current approaches in Treatment of Musculoskeletal Sepsis
48 th Annual Meet Indian Orthopaedic Association CME, 2003 Chennai

Management of Infected Total Knee Replacement
Guest Lecture, Silver Jubilee Meeting, New Delhi Orthopaedic Association, Delhi 2004

International Meet on Contemporary Challenges in Total Hip & Knee Replacements Invited Faculty, Guiline, China, June 2004

Symposium on Primary & Revision Knee Replacement, 49 th Annual Meet Indian Orthopaedic Association, Agra, India, Dec 2004

Osteotomies around tibia - Advances in Joint Replacement Surgery, Jan 2005, Jaipur, India
Ranawat Orthopaedic Foundation
Course Director Primary Knee Replacement, Rajkot, Feb 2005

Annual Meet, Gujarat Orthopedic Association, India 2005

* Primary and Revision joint replacements Hip, Knee & Shoulder
* Complex joint replacements in dysplastic joints, stiff joints
* Minimally invasive hip & knee replacements
* Oseotomies, pelvic & acetabular trauma
* Salvage & Limb reconstruction in skeletal tumors
* Pediatric problems of the hip

Current fields of interest are evaluating strategies for minimal invasive surgeries, joint replacements and revision replacements of hip, knee and shoulder joints. We see more and more of technically demanding reconstructive challenges. Reconstruction following tumour resection has been his other field of interest. Over the next few years we intend to expand this into one of the advanced facilities in this area.
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