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Dr. Kewal Gangrade

Dr. Kewal Gangrade


Dr. Kewal Gangrade is one of the leading orthopaedic and Arthroscopic surgeon practicing in Bhopal, boasting many years of experience and expertise in field of orthopaedics and sports related injuries. He completed his post-graduation from Pune(Maharashtra) and fellowship from Secunderabad (Telangana).

After fellowship he began working as orthopaedic and Arthroscopic surgeon at Choithram Hospital, Indore. With his expert hands and surgical skills, the improvement it brings to his patients has always attracted him.He believes in spreading the knowledge that he has himself earned through education and teaching. He has few international publications in field of orthopaedics in his name.

At Bansal hospital Dr K. Gangrade routinely performs complex surgeries and operates daily at hospital conducting surgeries such as arthroscopic knee and shoulder reconstructions, sports injuries, joint replacement and is available 24x7 for emergency trauma services. He carries expertise in Orthopaedic trauma, Arthroscopic knee-shoulder-ankle surgery, Joint replacement surgery, Spine surgery, Rheumatology and Arthritis, Sports Injuries, Paediatric orthopaedic disorders.

Medical Qualifications

Fellowship. Sports Injury & Arthroscopy (SISA)
Sancheti Institute of Orthopedics & Research ,Pune
Shri Vasantrao Naik GMC, Yavatmal

Specialization and Expertise

Trauma, Sports Injury & Arthroscopic Surgery – (Knee, Shoulder, Ankle), Joint Replacement, Paediatric Disorders and Trauma, Spine Disorders
Sports Injury
Complicated Truama
Fracture Non- Union, Mal Union

Memberships & Certifications

Paper Presentation - MOACON 2011
Paper Presentation - IOACON 2014
Poster Presentation - APOA 2012
Poster Presentation - IOACON 2014
Poster Presentation - MPOACON 2017

Awards & Accomplishments

2015 - Quiz IGOF 2015 FIRST Prize
2014 - Quiz IGOF 2014 Runner up

Publications & Prints

1) Functional and Radiological Outcome of Schatzker type V and VI Tibial Plateau Fracture Treated with Dual Plates with Minimum 3 years follow-up. - (JCDR May 2016). DOI :10.7860/JCDR/2016/18732.7855
2) Calcific Myonecrosis of the leg:a case report (Karger Journal 2019) Ortho Res -2019;2;47-53 DOI-10.1159/000502031

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