Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala

Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala

Director, Arthroscopy, Sports Orthopaedics & Shoulder Service and Head, Centre for Sports Medicine

MBBS, MS(Orthopaedics), DNB(Orthopaedics), FCPS

  • YEARS OF PRACTICE: 22 years
  • GENDER: Male
  • LANGUAGES SPOKEN: Hindi, English, Gujarati & Marathi
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Biography

Dinshaw Pardiwala is Head – Centre for Sports Medicine, & Director - Arthroscopy & Shoulder Service at the Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hosptal, Mumbai, India. He is an ISAKOS committee member, and is on the board of APKASS. He is also an active member of Indian Arthroscopy Association, and Shoulder & Elbow Society of India. He has been on the editorial board of leading arthroscopy journals including Arthroscopy and American Journal of Sports Medicine. Besides being India’s representative at the ICC (International Cricket Council) Medical Committee, he is the board physician for many Indian sports teams. Anecdotally, of the 66 Indian medalists at the 2018 Commonwealth Games, 12 had undergone surgery with him for their sports injuries, and these included 8 gold medals. His work in arthroscopy has been internationally published and recognized and he is the recipient of numerous awards including the most prestigious ISAKOS John Joyce Award in 2009.
Dr. Pardiwala has treated many of India's finest sportspersons such as Olympic medal winner Saina Nehwal, the three medal-winning Phogat cousins, badminton player Parupalli Kashyap, Akhil Kumar the boxer, wrestlers Sushil Kumar and Yogeshwar Dutt, boxer Vikas Krishnan, badminton player P V Sindhu, and rugby captain Hrishi Pendse, He has also treated numerous Indian cricketers and top kabaddi athletes.

AREA(S) OF INTEREST:

Sports Orthopaedics, Arthroscopic surgery – knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, elbow; Cartilage repair surgery including ACI (autologous chondrocyte implantation), Allograft transplants for ligaments, meniscus, articular cartilage, Shoulder surgery including shoulder replacements

TREATMENTS/PROCEDURES OFFERED:

Arthroscopic ACL surgery including revision ACL surgery and allograft reconstructions, Knee dislocations and multiple ligament reconstructive surgery for knee, Meniscus repair and meniscus allograft transplantation, Cartilage reconstructive surgery including autologous chondrocyte implantation (ACI), Arthroscopic shoulder reconstructive surgery including instability repair and rotator cuff repair, Shoulder replacements including reverse total shoulder arthroplasty, Advanced reconstructive arthroscopy of hip, ankle, and elbow for sports injuries, Joint preservation surgery including HTO and osteochondral knee transplants

NAME OF INSTITUTE(S):

    • MBBS, Seth G.S. Medical College & King Edward VII Memorial (KEM) Hospital
    • MS(Orth), Seth G.S. Medical College & King Edward VII Memorial (KEM) Hospital

FELLOWSHIPS:

    Arthroscopy & Sports Orthopaedics Fellowships

    • Hospital for Special Surgery (New York , USA)
    • American Sports Medicine Institute (Birmingham , Alabama , USA)
    • Nuffield Orthopaedic Centre, Oxford, UK

    Hip Arthroscopy

    • Addenbrookes Hospital/Cambridge Lea Hospital, Cambridge , UK
  • ISAKOS John Joyce Award 2009 for outstanding contributions to arthroscopic surgery.
  • Awarded “Swasth Bharat Samman – Orthopaedic Surgery 2015” by Union Health Minister, New Delhi.
  • Heathcare Awards 2019 – Indian of the Year (Orthopaedic Surgery)

Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala heads the Centre for Sports Medicine at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital. He is also the Director for the Arthoscopy & Shoulder Service. He has 22 years of experience in this orthopaedic subspecialty and has been working full-time at Kokilaben Hospital since 2008.

At Kokilaben Hospital, he has done a number of pioneering surgeries which include the first Reverse Total Shoulder Replacement in India, first ACI (Autologous Chondrocyte Stem Cell implant) to repair knee cartilage in India, and the first navigation guided arthroscopic ACL reconstruction in India.

He has performed almost 10,000 surgical procedures at Kokilaben Hospital so far.

Having completed his orthopaedic training at King Edward VII Memorial (KEM) Hospital , Mumbai, Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala has obtained his specialty fellowships in arthroscopy and sports orthopaedics at the finest centres in the US and UK.

Besides being on the medical advisory committee of ICC (International Cricket Council), he is on the medical board of numerous national sports associations.

KDAH Experience

  • Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala is Head - Centre for Sports Medicine, and Director - Arthroscopy & Shoulder Service at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital, Mumbai.
  • Dr. Pardiwala Serves on the committee of ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery and Orthopaedic Sports Medicine), and is a board member in APKASS (Asia Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy, and Sports Medicine Society). He has been invited as faculty to over 50 international conferences over the past 10 years.
  • Dr. Pardiwala has completed almost 10,000 surgical operations which include over 8000 arthroscopic procedures in a span of 11 years at Kokilaben Hospital with extremely impressive outcomes that surpass international standards. The postoperative infection rate is 0% (international benchmark 1.5%).
  • A specialist in arthroscopy of the knee, shoulder, hip, ankle, and elbow, he is at the cutting-edge of his subspecialty. Complex arthroscopic ACL & PCL reconstructions of the knee, arthroscopic shoulder dislocation repair, and rotator cuff repairs are the most common surgeries performed by him.
  • He is a pioneer in cartilage repair surgery in India and besides introducing osteochondral autograft transfer in 1999, and osteochondral allograft transplants in 2001, he performed India's first fibrin based autologous chondrocyte implantation (cartilage stem cell transplant) in 2008 at Kokilaben Hospital.
  • Dr. Pardiwala is the sports physician for many national sports teams and associations and has treated sportsmen ranging from Olympians and professional athletes to young budding stars. Many of India's best sportsmen, including cricketers, footballers, swimmers, tennis & badminton players, boxers and wrestlers, have been successfully treated by him at Kokilaben Hospital.

Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala has more than 60 international & national publications and book chapters to his credit.

He is faculty at various international & national conferences and has been invited to perform surgical demonstrations in Canada, United Kingdom, Singapore, China, Turkey, Hong Kong, Maldives and Nepal, besides many cities in India.

Professional Memberships

  • ISAKOS (International Society of Arthroscopy, Knee Surgery, & Orthopaedic Sports Medicine)
  • APKASS (Asia-Pacific Knee, Arthroscopy, & Sports Medicine Society)
  • ESSKA (European Society of Sports Traumatology, Knee Surgery, & Arthroscopy)
  • AANA (Arthroscopy Association of North America)
  • ASEG (Asian Shoulder & Elbow Group)
  • IAS (Indian Arthroscopy Society)
  • SKI (Society of Knee Surgeons of India)
  • SESI (Shoulder & Elbow Society of India)
  • IOA (Indian Orthopaedic Association)
  • BOS (Bombay Orthopaedic Society)
  • MOA (Maharashtra Orthopaedic Association)
  • Mr. Shresht Sagar, Mumbai

    Doctor Dinshaw Pardiwala is too good as he always encourages and answers my question and also Dr.Ravi who come along with him.

    The nurses here helped a lot specially Archana Sunny. But the physiotherapists there are good: Dr.Va...

  • Saniyat Chowdhury Srijon, Bangladesh

    The hospitals policy is very good. The Doctor and all the staffs were very caring. The management level of this hospital was excellent. Regarding the guest room accommodation it was not less then a good hotel. All the reports of the tests were ...

  • Anamul Kibria, Bangladesh

    I am satisfied with the total treatment process and services of KDAH. This is a complete solution. Doctor Pardiwala is very frankly and friendly. His description gives me confidence.

    The whole surgical team in the operation the...

  • Mohammad Mazharul Islam, Bangladesh

    Everything is well organized about my experience so far good. This Hospital has all the facilities 1st time I came here 2010 January. Now I am again came back here for my treatment. Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala specially his entire team is exetend and...

  • Abdallah Handan Albalushi, Oman

    Kokilaben Hospital is the best hospital which very professional and well experienced care of our Health with its extraordinary staff from CEO to the executive. Well organized marketing staff. We are so happy of all services, medical care, and s...

  • Esther Mburu, Kenya

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    I hope you are doing well. We arrived safely back to Nairobi.

    I am truly grateful for the care, kindness and love that you extended to us over the course of our entire stay at KDAH. We appreciated v...

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No. Journal Code Department Type Download
1 449 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Superior Labrum Anterior And Posterior: Tear Of Shoulder

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

2 448 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Allografts In Knee Recontsruction Surgery

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

3 447 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Posterolateral Ratatory Instabilty Of The Knee

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

4 446 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Posterior Cruciate Ligament Deficient Knee

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

5 445 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Failed Anterior Cruciate Ligament Reconstruction And Revision Surgery

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

6 444 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Anterior Cruciate Ligament -Deficient Knee

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

7 443 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Introduction To Section On Arthroscopy

Journal Published : Indian Orthopaedics Association Textbook Of Orthopaedics & Trauma 3rd Edition

8 442 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Arthroscopic Repair Of Massive Bony Bankart Lesion

Journal Published : Asian Journal Of Arthroscopy

9 441 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Knee Dislocations In Sports

Journal Published : Indian Journal Of Orthopaedics

10 440 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Injuries In Cricket

Journal Published : Ports Health: A Multidisciplinary Approach

11 439 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Arthroscopic Management of Femoroacetabular Impingement: Early Outcomes

Journal Published : The Journal Of Arthroscopic And Related Surgery

12 438 Center for Bone & Joint International -

Publication/Talk Title : Autologous Chondrocyte Implantation Versus Bone Marrow Stimulation for Talar Osteochondral Defects: A Comparative Study of Clinical Outcomes, MOCART Score, and T2 Cartilage Mapping

Journal Published : The Journal Of Arthroscopic And Related Surgery

13 332 Center for Bone & Joint National -

Publication/Talk Title : Case Series: Cyclops lesion - Extension Loss after ACL Reconstruction

Journal Published : Indian Journal Of Radiology And Imaging

14 318 Center for Bone & Joint National -

Publication/Talk Title : Imaging Of Cartilage Repair Procedures

Journal Published : The Indian Journal Of Radiology And Imaging

Conditions/Procedures No. of cases treated
Arthroscopic >4000

Dr. Dinshaw Pardiwala | Orthopaedics

Times of India
New cell therapy can help avert knee replacement

Mumbai : In the three years that he was bedridden due to painfully swollen knees, Malad resident Mohammed Mustaq Sheikh would never have imagined that one day doctors would 'grow' a new knee for him. But a city doctor has done just that with the help of a cell-based technology available in South Korea.

Sheikh, an electrician by trade, has recently started walking on his own and says he hasn't been "so happy'' in a long time. Most importantly, he says, he can start working again instead of depending on his brother, an AC mechanic, for sustenance.

His 'new knee' was grown from his own cartilage cells.Orthopedic surgeon Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala from Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital in Andheri (W) performed a biopsy on Sheikh's knee late last year and took a few cells from around his damaged cartilage. "The cells were multiplied hundred times over in a laboratory in South Korea over four weeks. The regrown cells were then transplanted back on the injured part of his cartilage on December 30th said Dr. Pardiwala.

Cell therapy could be boon for athletes
A procedure that allows new cells to be grown from cartilage cells could be a boon for sportsmen with torn or damaged cartilage, as well as those who suffer due to drug abuse or traumatic injuries resulting from improper exercising practice. The technique can be used to mend any traumatised joints, be it the knee, hip or shoulders, say doctors at Kokilaben Dhirubhai Ambani Hospital , Andheri.

Besides Malad resident Mohammed Mustaq Sheikh, two other patients have also undergone the autologous chondrocyte implantation/transplantation. "Both are doing extremely well, and we have identified several other patients who want to undergo this treatment,'' said Dr Dinshaw Pardiwala of Ambani Hospital .

The 'cell regrowing' or regenerative technique, which started some 20 years ago, is practised in clinics worldwide, but it's only recently that India has got hold of its latest version. Moreover, a Mumbaibased company called Regenerative Medical Services Pvt Ltd will inaugurate its special laboratory for cell regeneration in Lonavla in June.

"Once our laboratory is operational, it will cost patients only Rs. 1.5 lakh,'' says Satyen Sanghavi of RMS. In the UK and the US , where the technique is commonly used, it costs Rs. 15 lakh.

According to Dr Pardiwala, the USP of the regenerative technique is the fact that it arrests the patient's descent into permanent disability and obviates expensive replacement surgeries."Sheikh would have needed knee replacement if it weren't for this cell therapy,'' he says.

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