Dr. Amite Pankaj Aggarwal
Director & Unit Head
Fortis Hospital, Shalimar Bagh
Bone and Joint | Sports Medicine | Hand and Upper Limb Surgery
Dr. (Prof.) Amite Pankaj Aggarwal is a nationally and internationally renowned surgeon and an alumnus of the premier institute of India, All India Institute of Medical Sciences, New Delhi. He has 18 years’ experience in Orthopedics and joint replacement surgery with impeccable academic credentials. He has been trained at the best of centers in India and abroad. He is one of youngest surgeons in the country to become a professor of Orthopedics and has won many national and international fellowships and awards.
He is a sought after faculty member at various regional and national conferences, CMEs and courses on arthroplasty and arthroscopy. He has performed live arthroscopy and arthroplasty surgeries at various conferences and has been invited to several cadaveric courses to impart training to young orthopedic surgeons. He is holding executive positions in national and regional professional bodies and is on editorial and reviewer board of several indexed peer reviewed journals.
Work experience: He has experience of over 5 thousand of joint replacement surgeries (Knee, hip and Shoulder) including complex deformities and revision surgeries. He has a rich experience of using bulk allografts in complex revision cases. He is a promoter of “Fast-Track” Total knee arthroplasty concept where the patients are mobilized after a couple of hours. This approach reduces the chances of complications. He uses gyroscopic navigation, latest and less cumbersome than conventional navigation, to improve the precision of surgery giving better and longer lasting results. In addition, he has extensive experience in sports related arthroscopic surgeries of knee and shoulder. Multiligamentous injuries of the knee are tackled simultaneously and cartilage restorative procedures performed routinely.
MRCS Edinburgh, MNAMS
- IOS-UK Fellowship Award 2010
- IOA-AOA Fellowship Award 2011
- IOA-Johnson and Johnson Fellowship Award 2008
- Ranawat’s “K T Dholakia” Award for best work in the field of Joint Replacement in 2007
- Australian Pain Society Award 2004