Orthopedics is a medical specialty that centers around wounds and maladies of your body’s musculoskeletal condition. This perplexing condition, which incorporates your bones, joints, tendons, ligaments, muscles, and nerves, permits you to move, work, and be dynamic. orthopaedists care for patients of all age categories, from infants with clubfeet to youthful sports persons requiring arthroscopic medical surgery to more seasoned individuals with joint pain because anyone can break a bone.
Dr. Srivatsa Subramanya is an Orthopedic surgeon and a shoulder and knee specialist in Bangalore. He brings in a truly global experience in shoulder and knee surgery. He has completed his specialist training from Madras Medical College, which has the biggest Orthopedics department in the country. After specialization, he has worked in leading hospitals around the globe learning the best of shoulder and knee surgeries. While in Australia, he was the recipient of the prestigious Melbourne Knee Fellowship (St Vincent’s Hospital) and the Orthoclinic Sydney fellowship in shoulder and elbow. He holds another fellowship in Shoulder and Elbow from Ospedale De Cervesi, Italy. He was the Tohoku University travelling fellow of the year 2015, during which he visited Japan furthering his experience in shoulder and knee surgeries. He has also completed a fellowship in orthopedic trauma from Seoul, South Korea.
He has a vast experience in managing both degenerative and sports related conditions of Shoulder and Knee joints. He is an expert in joint preservation, reconstructive and replacement surgeries. He has been a part of the team which takes care of elite football and athletic teams in Australia and Italy. He is proficient in performing traditional surgeries like arthroscopies, Ligament reconstruction and Replacements. He is also at the fore front of newer techniques like meniscal transplants, cartilage reconstructions, multi ligament reconstructions using allografts and uni-compartmental knee replacements. He is well versed with computer navigation’s and patient specific instrumentation and minimally invasive surgeries for knee and shoulder replacements. He has been an invited faculty in international joint reconstruction meetings and has published articles in prestigious journals.
➥The Tohoku university fellowship in shoulder and knee surgery (visiting fellowship), Sendai, Japan (March 2015)
➥“Orthoclinic Sydney” Fellowship (fellowship in Knee, shoulder and elbow), Orthopaedic Clinic, Sydney, Australia (July 2013 to December 2013) (Australian Orthopaedic association accredited fellowship)
➥Fellowship in Shoulder and elbow: Ospedale De’Cervesi, Cattolica, Italy (November 2012 to Jan 2013)
➥Fellowship in Orthopaedic trauma: Korea University Medical Centre, Seoul, South Korea (January 2012 to March 2012)
➥Best post graduate paper :“ Outcome of surgically treated acetabular fractures: our experience – OASISCON, August 2010, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
➥Best paper of the session: “Intricacies of proximal femoral deformity correction” – MOS meet, April,2010, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
➥Best paper of the session: “An interesting case for management” (role of S-ROM prosthesis in dysplastic Hip) – MOS meet, December 2009, Chennai, Tamilnadu, India
➥ Srivatsa Subramanya, Hayden Morris. Sport specific ACL reconstruction: A review:, Under consideration; KSSTA, the Journal of ESSKA.
➥ Srivatsa Subramanya, Hayden Morris. UNIX Unicompartment knee replacement: A fifteen year survivorship analysis: Under consideration; JBJS British
➥ Patient specific instrumentation in reverse shoulder arthroplasty: presented at the annual meeting of the Australian Orthopaedic association, September 2014.
➥ Management of chondral injuries in athletes: Hayden Morris, Srivatsa Subramanya, Presented at the annual meeting of the Australian football league physicians.
➥ Govardhan.R.H, Rajganesh.R, Srivatsa. B. S et al. Effect of rotational alignment of femoral component in fixed bearing total knee arthroplasty on Radiological and functional outcome – a short term analysis JOASIS, Vol.7, 2010
➥ K.Ambazhagan, Govardhan.R.H, Srivatsa. B. S et al Vanishing Bone disease: A diagnostic Dilemma JTNOA, Vol. 37, 2011