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Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon

Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Department: Arthroscopy & Sports Medicine, Orthopaedics
Designation: Consultant Orthopedic Surgeon
Years Of Experience: 21
Location: Malakpet
Languages: English, Hindi, Telugu
Med Reg No: 33970
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Education Qualifications

Education Qualifications

  • MS (Ortho)
  • PDCR
  • Ph.D
ExperienceExperience
  • 2015 - Present: Lead Surgeon, Athroscopy and Joint Replacement Unit Dept. of Orthopaedics and Sports medicine, Yashoda Hospitals
  • 2008 - 2015: Chief Surgeon, Arthroscopy and Arthroplasty
  • 2001 - 2008: Consultant Surgeon in Department of Orthopaedics and Sports Medicine
  • 1998 - 2001: Registrar in the Department of Orthopaedics
Services offeredServices offered
  • Arthritis Management and Joint replacement surgeries
  • Sports injuries management and arthroscopic surgeries for Knee, Shoulder and Hip
  • Geriatric Orthopedic problems
  • Minimally Invasive Trauma Surgeries
  • Complex Trauma and Poly Trauma Management
Professional MembershipProfessional Membership
  • Indian Orthopaedic Association
  • World Orthopaedic Association
  • Indian Arthoscopy Society
  • Indian Society of Hip and Knee
  • Spine Surgeon Society of India
  • Twin Cities Orthopedic Society
  • Telangana Orthopedic Society
  • Orthopaedic Surgeon Society of Andhra Pradesh
  • Deccan Arthroscopy Society
  • Deccan Arthroscopy Society
  • Orthopaedic Association of Surgeon Society of South India
Research & PublicationsResearch & Publications
  • Presented 36 scientific papers in various Regional, National and International orthopaedic surgeons forums
  • Published 5 scientific papers in various International journals
  • Outcome of locking compression plating for proximal humeral fractures:a prospective study, Journal of Orthopaedic surgery 2014
  • Short term outcome comparative study of total knee arthroplasty rotating platform versus fixed bearing knee designs, AI Ameen J Med Sc I 2013
  • Modified focal variant in the Vitamin Dreceptor gene in primary knee osteoarthritis patients in South Indian population, Gene reports 2016
Awards and AchievementsAwards and Achievements
  • Merit certificate award in Human physiology - 1987
  • Dhanwantari Medal award for the best scientific paper in post graduate section for the paper Non surgical management of ACL injuries in low demand population - APIOACON, 1997
  • Best Scientific paper award for Election microscopic studies for ACL and ACL Grafts substitutes , APIOACON 2005
  • Dhanwantari Medal award for the best scientific paper Is MRI useful in the assesment of internal derangement of knee, APIOACON, 2006
  • Gold Medal and Best Scientific paper award for Identification of Candidate genes preliminary report for early osteoarthritis of knees in Indian population OASIS 2011
  • Gold Medal and Best Scientific paper award for Role of Zoledronic acid in various Musculo-Skeletal conditions IORACON 2013
MediaMedia
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  • Can arthritis cause diabetes-Dr krishna subramanyam-orthopedician
VideosVideos

Osteoporosis and Its Latest Treatments - Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Meniscus Tear or Injuries of the Knee - Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Multiligament Reconstruction of the Knee - Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Posterior Cruciate Ligament (PCL) Injuries - Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam, Orthopedic Surgeon Speaking about Plantar Fasciitis

Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam, Orthopedic Surgeon Speaking about Periarthritis shoulder

Blogs by Dr. Krishna Subramaniyam

Arthritis and diabetes may go hand in hand

Arthritis and diabetes may go hand in hand

Dec 10, 2018 18:45

The importance of this data is to understand that arthritis-specific barriers to physical activity can be one of the causes for diabetes, explains Dr. Krishna Subramanyam, senior orthopedic and joint replacement surgeon at Yashoda Hospitals.

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Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMAC)

Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC), a regenerative therapy for bone and joint injuries

Oct 16, 2018 10:57

The regenerative stem cells from the person’s bone marrow are tapped to prepare a concentrate which is then used in treating bone and joint injuries. Bone Marrow Concentrate (BMC) thus formed is injected into the site of injury in a simple day-care procedure under local anesthesia. This treatment is used for pain in the knees, hip, elbows, wrist, ankle, foot and even spine.

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