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Dr. Vikas Basa

Consultant, Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon

DNB (Orthopaedics)

  • GENDER: Male
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Cerebral Palsy and Other Neuromuscular Disorders, Paediatric Foot and Ankle Disorders, Congenital Anomalies, Limb Length Correction, Hip Congenital/Developmental Disorders, Paediatric Metabolic Bone Disorders, Skeletal Dysplasia, Paediatric Trauma, Benign Bone Tumours


    • Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics (CMC, Vellore)
    • International Observer Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics (Cincinnati, USA)
    • Prof. Kaye E Wilkins inland Travelling Fellowship in Paediatric Orthopaedics (POSI, India)

Dr Vikas Basa is a Fellow in Paediatric Orthopaedics from the renowned Christian Medical College, Vellore and an International Fellow Observer from Cincinnati Children’s Hospital, Ohio, USA in Paediatric Orthopaedics. His experience in this field includes both trauma and orthopaedic conditions in children.

He was as an Assistant Professor (Paediatric Orthopaedics) at Deccan Medical College and Research Centre, Hyderabad and Chief Consultant Paediatric Orthopaedic Surgeon at Rainbow Children’s Hospital, Banjara Hills, Hyderabad.

He has also been involved in basic science research in paediatric orthopaedics. His aim is to develop good paediatric orthopaedic service in an academic set up in India. He would like to conduct translation research and continue research related to orthopaedic practice. He has completed the educational activity “Crawford Lectureship in Pediatric Orthopedics” at Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Centre conducted by esteemed Dr Alvin Crawford.


  • Member of National Academy of Medical Sciences, New Delhi
  • Member of Paediatric Orthopaedic Society of India
  • Member of Bombay Orthopaedic Society of India


  • Author to Chapters 21,22& 23 for Paediatric Orthopedic section in the book "Differential Diagnosis in Pediatrics" by Jaypee publications under the aegis of Indian association of Pediatrics
  • Sampat Dumbre Patil,Vikas Rajeshwarrao Basa. Semitendinosus Tendon Autograft for reconstruction of large defects in chronic Achelles Tendon rupture. American Orthopedic Society, Foot and Ankle International Journal 2014 July; 35 (7):699-705


  • “Conducted an interactive session and workshop on Cerebral Palsy with Dr Dhiren Ganjwala at Goa Medical College, Bambolim. Goa, September 2018
  • “Demonstration of Hip spica in children” as Faculty in Pre-conference workshop. POSI 2018, Vellore
  • “Management of Radius head & neck fractures in children”. Guest lecture in TCOS 2017, Hyderabad
  • “Use of Extracorporeal Shock Wave Therapy (ESWT) in Osgood-Schlatter disease”. POSI 2016, Bangalore
  • "Giant Cell tumour of Bone in skeletally immature patients", POSI 2015, Delhi
  • "Treatment results of Ponseti technique in idiopathic and syndromic CTEV", POSI 2014, Chennai


Prof. Kaye E Wilkins inland Travelling Fellowship award 2018 by Pediatric Orthopedic Society of India (POSI)

  • Father of Master Abdullah, Mumbai

    I found Dr Vikas Basa a very good doctor and good human being. He explained us situation in very well manner. He did operation, which went very well and was successful.

Dr. Vikas Basa: An Unresolved Osteotomy

Master Abdullah Mansuri, a 10 year old boy was detected with developmental dysplasia of the right hip at the age of 7 years. He had already undergone surgery elsewhere. The hip dislocation was corrected but he soon started developing deformity in his upper thigh and has difficulty in walking. He had undergone another surgery after one year at the same hospital, however, there was no improvement. His walking pattern had not improved and subsequently developed limb length inequality thus continued to have limping with a deformity (outward bony bump) in his upper thigh.

Finally in March 2019, father brought him to Kokilaben Hospital, for paediatric orthopaedic evaluation to seek Dr. Vikas Basa's help for his growing child.

Dr. Basa examined the child, recorded his walking pattern, studied his previous surgery details done outside. He found that the osteotomy done in the proximal femur did not remodel to its original status but went on to develop a deformity. It very unusual to come across such finding in a growing bone where there is a good potential to bone remodelling for the child's age.

This was explained to the father and a corrective osteotomy to resolve this problem was suggested. Master Abdulla underwent surgery one month later in April 2019 in KDAH by Dr.Vikas Basa. The previous implant was removed, deformity was corrected and an extra bone coverage was given to the hip joint to prevent future hip dislocation. After 6 weeks of bed rest, he underwent rehabilitation programme for strengthening of his hip muscles and walking training. Post surgery not only his deformity got corrected but also regained his leg length  and improved walking.

“Doctor, now my son walks normal like before.” This was the father’s first comment on follow-up visit.

Deformity  corrections are one of the most rewarding surgical procedures in terms of patient satisfaction. Story doesn’t end there, Dr. Basa continues to observe the child till his skeletal maturity.

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