Dr Abhijit Pawar finished his residency in orthopedics from B.J. Medical College Pune in 2007. He was awarded the prestigious Dr K.H Sancheti Gold Medal for standing first in Orthopaedics in University of Pune, India July 2007. He worked as assistant professor at BJ Medical College for 2.5 yrs and joined University of Montreal Canada to pursue fellowship in spine. From 2010-12 he worked in Hospital for Special Surgery in NY, USA for Spine and Scoliosis surgery fellowship. Hospital for Special surgery is ranked No 1 for Orthopaedics in USA. In 2012 Dr Pawar worked in Albert Einstein school of medicine in New York and obtained training in endoscopic spine and scoliosis surgery.
He worked in Ruby hall clinic and other reputed hospitals in Pune and performed over 400 successful spinal surgeries before he joined Kokilaben Ambani Hospital in Mumbai in 2016.
No. of cases treated
International success rate
KDAH success rate
Endoscopic spine surgery
Minimal access spinal decompression Surgery
Minimally invasive Spinal Fusion ( TLIF).
Vertebroplasty and Kyphoplasty.
Scoliosis correction adult and pediatric
Advanced management of metastatic spinal tumors
Cervical posterior Minimal access decompressiom
Cervial Disc Replacement
Nerve Root Blocks Lumbar and cervical spine.
Tumors and Infections
Acheivements and Awards:
K.H Sancheti Gold Medal for Standing 1st in MS(Ortho) exam in University of Pune 2007.
White Cloud Award for best scientific paper in basic science at Scoliosis research society meeting 2013.
AO Spine North America fellowship in 2012.
International scientific Publications:
Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion.
Pawar A, Hughes A, Girardi F, Sama A, Lebl D, Cammisa F.Asian Spine J. 2015
Combined Type II Odontoid Fracture with Jefferson's Fracture Treated with Temporary Internal Fixation.
Pawar AY, O'Leary PF.Asian Spine J. 2015
Triggered EMG Potentials in Determining Neuroanatomical Safe Zone for Transpsoas Lumbar Approach: Are They Reliable?
Sarwahi V, Pawar A, Sugarman E, Legatt A, Dworkin A, Thornhill B, Lo Y, Wendolowski SF, Gecelter RC, Moguilevitch M.Spine (Phila Pa 1976). 2015 Dec 10.
A Comparative Study of Lateral Lumbar Interbody Fusion and Posterior Lumbar Interbody Fusion in Degenerative Lumbar Spondylolisthesis.
Pawar AY, Hughes AP, Sama AA, Girardi FP, Lebl DR, Cammisa FP.Asian Spine J.
Antibiotic-coated nail for fusion of infected charcot ankles.
Pawar A, Dikmen G, Fragomen A, Rozbruch SR.Foot Ankle Int.
Access related complications during anterior exposure of the lumbar spine.
Fantini GA, Pawar AY.World J Orthop. 2013 Jan 18;4(1):19-23. doi: 10.5312/wjo.v4.i1.19.
Pulmonary complications after spine surgery.
Stundner O, Taher F, Pawar A, Memtsoudis SG.World J Orthop. 2012
Does humeral lengthening with a monolateral frame improve function?
Pawar AY, McCoy TH Jr, Fragomen AT, Rozbruch SR.Clin Orthop Relat Res
The evaluation of lumbosacral dysplasia in young patients with lumbosacral spondylolisthesis: comparison with controls and relationship with the severity of slip.
Pawar A, Labelle H, Mac-Thiong JM.Eur Spine J. 2012
Rare metastatic adenocarcinoma to the spine infiltrating three adjacent foramen in lumbar vertebrae.
Pawar A, Schlader E, Mac-Thiong JM, Maurais G, Dion D, Bédard D.Orthopedics. 2010
Postoperative Spine Infections.
Pawar AY, Biswas SK.Asian Spine J. 2016
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