Dr. Prithvi Mohandas

A review of minimally invasive hip replacement surgery - current practice and the way forward

Advances in surgical techniques and greater understanding of the anatomy of the hip now permit minimally invasive hip replacement. Benefits include shorter hospitalization and faster rehabilitation.

Director of Hip Arthroplasty - MIOT Hospitals and

Secretary, IGOF

Read more »


Management of Pelvic and Acetabular Fractures
The mortality associated with pelvic fractures has decreased significantly over the past 30 years, due to improvements in early patient rescue, rapid transport from the site of injury and vigorous resuscitation.

Read more »


Shoulder Arthroscopy and Arthroscopic Surgeries

Lanny Johnson, the father of shoulder arthroscopy, stated twenty years ago that any operation on the shoulder joint itself or on the tissues nearby should be preceded by or combined with an arthroscopic examination. This statement was highly...

Read more »


DR. BARRY D’ ROSARIO

Total Knee Arthroplasty Today

On the eve of the 10th Anniversary of MIOT Hospitals, it augurs even better outcomes for every patient who undergoes Total Knee Arthroplasty. We are the one of the few centres in India which has started using the new, “High Performance Instruments” which has...

Director - Department Of Knee Replacement Surgery - MIOT Hospitals and Members of the Board of Trustees - IGOF

Read more »


Prof. Dr. Ulrich Holz

Minimally Invasive Techniques in Fracture Treatment

Unlike in abdominal, thoracic and spinal surgical endoscopic procedures, keyhole surgery has a limited scale of application in fracture treatment.

Stuttgart, Germany
Founding Member of IGOF

Read more »


Minimally Invasive Spine Technologies
In the past decade Spine surgery has witnessed exponential growth in techniques and technologies. Numerous patients have benefited so far with spinal surgery. With growing experience and periods of follow-up after conventional spine surgeries, surgeons started to face the flip side of these conventional...

Read more »


Dr. Martin Schmidpeter

A Passage to India

I always wanted to visit India because I was fascinated by the country. That’s why I decided to do a 2-month surgical elective in a hospital in this subcontinent. At first I was at a loss as to where to go - then colleague recommended MIOT Hospitals. Since some very...

Underwent a two month Surgical elective
in India

Read more »


Prof. Dr. Ulrich Holz

India - The Unknown Giant

Listening to leaders in economy you get extremely good news about India: Number four in the list of world economics, growth rate between six and eight percent, industrial growth ten percent.

Stuttgart, Germany
Founding Member of IGOF

Read more »