Dr. Deepak  Joshi

Dr. Deepak Joshi

Additional Director
Fortis Hospital, Mohali Orthopaedics / Bone & Joint Surgery | Neuro & Spine Surgery

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Doctor’s Profile

Dr. Deepak Joshi is a dedicated Spine Surgeon, and specialises in treating problems and aliments arising from spine, both in adults and children. Prior to joining Fortis Hospital Mohali, Dr. Joshi was working at Massachusetts General Hospital (MGH), Boston, USA. MGH is currently ranked as the No. 1 hospital in United States and is affiliated to world renowned Harvard University. Dr. Joshi completed his M.B.B.S from AIIMS, New Delhi and did his MS Orthopaedics from Mumbai University. Dr. Joshi completed one year of Adult Spine Fellowship at University of Alabama, Birmingham (UAB), USA and then completed one year of fellowship training in Adult and Pediatric Spine at MGH, Harvard University, Boston, USA. Dr. Joshi believes in delivering world class spine care, which is both safe and predictable. His motto is to bring 'dignity in sickness' to his patients and their families. Clinical Interests/Specialised Treatments/Area of Expertise: Minimal Access Spine Surgery,Complex Surgeries of the cervical, thoracic lumbar spine,Revision/ redo surgery of spine,Total disc replacement,Craniovertebral spine surgery, Spinal deformity correction for kyphoscolisosis  


  • Comparison of S2-Alar Iliac Screw and Iliac Bolt Pelvic Fixation in The Reconstruction of Adult Spine Deformities. Presentation at Mid America Orthopaedics Association Conference, April 2014, San Antonio, Texas.-Relation of cervical spine alignment and global spinal balance in patients with adult spine deformities. Podium presentation at AO North America Fellows Forum, Banff. Canada. 2014.

  • MS (Ortho), Fellowship in Ortho & Spine

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