Orthopaedic Surgeon- MBBS, D.Ortho, Fellow NUH (Singapore)
Dr. Abhijit Joshi is one of Pune’s well known Orthopedic Surgeon. He is currently in private practice as Consultant Orthopaedic SurgeAon since (1998). He is also Consultant Trauma and Arthroplasty surgeon at Deendayal Memorial Hospital Fergusson College Road Pune. Diabetic Foot Surgeon at Kem Hospital Pune, Chellaram Diabetes Hospital and Jahangir Hospital. Panel Orthopaedic Consultant with Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital and Poona Hospital.
Dr. Joshi received his Bachlor Degree from KIMS, Karad (MBBS 1994). Post graduate Orthopaedic training from Pune and Diploma Orthopaedics (CPS) Mumbai.
Emphasis is given on simple practices of regularly sanitizing hands to implementing epidemiological surveillance and infection control. An infection control program and protocol has been put in place to ensure the well-being of both the patients and the doctor.
The best of the clinical processes and hospital practices and safety precautions are followed to protect our patients with care both physically and medically.Caring beyond the treatment include complete after-care.
He is Panel consultant with Deenanath Mangeshkar Hospital, KEM Hospital, Sahyadri Hospital(Bibwewadi), Deendayal Hospital, Global Hospital and Poona Hospital.
Dr. Abhijit Joshi have been successfully treating orthopaedic problems for 10 years. He has treated everything from arthritic joints through to numerous types of sport injury.
Orthopedic and Joint replacement surgery unlike other specialties is based on good surgical practice and implants and patient selection. .He has been operating in all major hospitals of Pune for both insurance and non insurance patients.Dr. Abhijit Joshi is a well known Trauma and Arthroplasty surgeon practicing in Pune
He is known also for conservative ( non surgical treatment) of backache and other injuries. He is among the only few surgeons from India who is fellowship trained in Diabetic Foot surgery from National University Hospital Singapore. Complex diabetic foot problems and non healing wounds are generally successfully treated.