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Debunking Carpal Tunnel Syndrome Myths and Understanding the Facts

Introduction: Carpal tunnel syndrome (CTS) is a common condition that affects millions of individuals worldwide. Unfortunately, there are several misconceptions surrounding this ailment. In this blog post, we will debunk some common CTS myths and shed light on the facts, drawing attention to the importance of accurate information and dispelling any misunderstandings. Myth #1: CTS […]

Story of a boy who traveled to sought treatment for duplicated thumb against family belief.

This is story of a teenaged boy Nipun (name changed) from North Eastern part of India. Nipun was born with thumb which developed differently . This formation of thumb is called Duplicated thumb. In this condition bifurcated into two terminally. Each of these bifurcations were smaller than original thumb and deviated from axis of normal thumb. […]

Rupture of distal end of biceps tendon

20 year old young male had pain and weakness in right elbow while working out in Gymnasium. Patient heard a snapping sound from elbow which considered as sprain of elbow. pain continued for few weeks but there was weakness in rotation of forearm subsequently he reported to nearby doctor who advised MRI after which patient was […]

Annual conference of Indian Arthroscopic Society

This year Annual Conference of Indian Arthroscopy Society was held at Indore on 27-28th September 2019. we had a very interactive session on wrist arthroscopy where I was invited to present two lectures. first lectures were on arthroscopic TFCC repair. where we discussed indications and different techniques of arthroscopic TFCC repair.       Video […]

Shoulder Pain

Shoulder pain is one of the most common presenting symptoms of patients attending outpatients department in the department of orthopedics. There are more than 30 causes (https://www.healthline.com/symptom/shoulder-pain) but common one is frozen shoulder, tendinitis, bursitis most of these conditions require careful examination and treated with medication and supervised physiotherapy.

Can live surgeries be replaced by recorded surgery?

Last couple of years we are having recorded surgeries or what some may call “relive” surgeries because of reasons below
Conditions for surgeons are less stressful as indications are ideal, he is familiar with instrumentation, assistants and theatre staff (once I performed live surgery outside the country where the language was the additional problem)