Consultant Arthroscopy, Knee and Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Nagraj Shetty
Knee and Shoulder Surgeon
Dr. Nagraj Shetty specializes in the treatment of Knee, Shoulder,Elbow, Ankle and Hip joint disorders. He has an exclusive practice as an Arthroscopic Surgeon performing advanced arthroscopic reconstructive techniques of the shoulder, shoulder replacement,knee ligament reconstruction ,articular cartilage reconstruction ,meniscus repair. He completed his orthopaedic training (M.S.Orthopaedics ) in 2006 . Since 2007 he started training himself in his chosen subspeciality of Arthroscopy and Shoulder Surgery in Mumbai. He completed his first Fellowship in Arthroscopy, Sports Orthopaedics ,Shoulder Surgery from centres of excellence in South Korea in 2009.(Link to Fellowships and Training)
He further completed a fellowship in Advanced Shoulder and Elbow Surgery from Italy (Cattolica Shoulder Unit). He has also received advanced training in Shoulder and Ankle Surgery from Netherlands and Knee Surgery from Spain at centres dedicated to treatment of high level athletes (Football etc). With extensive training and practical experience as an Assistant Professor at DMIMS (Wardha) where he worked as a specialist Arthroscopic Surgeon, he started his exclusive Arthroscopy and Shoulder Surgery practise in Mumbai in 2012.
Currently Dr Shetty maintains an active clinical practice being attatched to many premiere hospitals in Mumbai and performing over 500 arthroscopic procedures annually. He is a very popular surgeon among senior and junior colleagues alike . Having already treated some top level sportsmen, actors etc he has a very large patient base to his credit not only in Mumbai but also in Surat, Nashik etc. He has also treated a number of international patients .
On the academic front he is reviewer for PUBMED indexed journals (International Journal Of Shoulder Surgery, Journal Of Orthopaedics and Traumatology).
Best Poster Award , WIROC 2008,Delivered International lecture (Shoulder SLAP repair) in Bangkok 2009.
Peformed live Shoulder (Arthroscopic Bankart Repair) Surgery in Indore Shoulder Conference 2011.
National Faculty In Indian Arthroscopy Society Conference ,Pattaya ,Thailand in October 2015. “Panelist in Rotator cuff session and delivered lecture on Glenoid Bone loss”
Reviewer for PUBMED Indexed journals (Int. Journal Of Shoulder Surgery, JOT)
Faculty for National Arthroscopy , Cartilage Society meetings,Trainer /Mentor for various cadaveric workshops since 2012
Bombay Orthopaedic Society ,Indian Arthroscopy Society, Shoulder Elbow Society of India, Indian Cartilage Society
Unit Chief and Honorary Orthopaedic Surgeon , Dr B R Ambedkar Municipal General Hospital, Kandivili (W), Mumbai.
RESEARCH & PUBLICATIONS
NATIONALSurgical management of fracture shaft humerus in adults with dynamic compression plating.
Cadaveric study on "Double Bundle Anatomy Ofacl Reconstruction"
Co-authored paper "First Impression Of Double Bundle Acl Reconstruction"
"Changes In ACL Length At Varying Angles Of Knee Flexion"
"An Unusual Presentation Of Gouty Tophy In Knee” Indian journal of orthopedic.
PRESENTLY WORKING ONShoulder strength index: a novel and simple evaluation method for assessment of shoulder function.
A comparison of clinical results between anatomical double bundle and selective bundle anterior cruciate ligament reconstruction.
INTERNATIONALChanges In ACL Length at different knee flexion Angles: an in vivo biomechanical study.
Open anatomical coracoclavicular ligament reconstruction using tendon graftwith an endobutton loop.
An analysis of the posterior cruciate ligament isometric position using an in vivo 3-dimentional computed tomography-based knee joint model.
Technique and short-term results of transtendon arthroscopic repair for partial thickness, articular side tear of the rotator The liver measures 16.2 cm in cephalo caudal axis. Periportal cuffing is noted at the liver parenchyma as seen in cases of viral / infective hepatitis. There is no evidence of any focal hepatic lesion
Tension changes within the anatomical bundles of double bundle ACL reconstruction: a study using 3d finite element model
Arthroscopy: the journal of arthroscopic and related surgery sept 2011 published.